This Week at WordPress.org (June 12, 2023)
The WordPress Sustainability Team has launched. What’s that?
The main objective of the team is to embed sustainable practices into the WordPress community and its processes. We focus on ensuring longevity; socially, economically, and environmentally.
Several organizations exist to support the work of WordPress, such as The WP Community Collective and HeroPress. Matt is proposing a way of displaying such supporting organizations.
Filters arrive for Themes and Plugins around what are Commercial efforts and what are Community efforts, while the Patterns Directory ponders using filters for displaying all patterns associated with a theme.
- WordPress 6.3 design kickoff
- Bug Scrub Schedule for WordPress 6.3
- WordPress 6.3 Planning Roundup
- Roadmap to 6.3
- Contributor Working Group: Mentorship Chat Agenda | June 15th 07:00 UTC (APAC/EMEA) and 16:00 UTC (AMER)
- Community Team Training #10: Understanding GPL Compliance for WordCamp and Meetup
- Feature idea: Speaker profile block
- What’s new in Gutenberg 16.0? (14 June)
- Two Weeks in Core – June 5, 2023
- Core Editor chat summary: 7th June 2023
- New Filter Controls: Discover “Commercial” and “Community” in the Theme and Plugin Directory
- Linking to Supporting Orgs
- New curation filter in Pattern Directory
- Plugin Review Team Update
- Use of Code Generators Must Remain GPL Compatible
- Advance Notice of Retirement
- Proposal: establishment of a formal WordPress Sustainability Team
- WordPress Contributor Mentorship Program: Pilot Program Proposal
- FSE Program Rapid Revamp Summary
- FSE Program Testing Call #24: Momery Makeover
- Test Team Update: 12 June 2023
- Training Team Meeting Recap – 6 June, 2023
- Learners can now submit feedback when completing a course
- WordCamp Europe Contributor Day 2023 Recap
- Information Sources for 6.3
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