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Back in July, Sabina Ionescu published a lot of different responses from people in the WordPress community to questions about the impact of the pandemic on them. I missed it then, but it’s still relevant and worth reading. Some other things I’ve enjoyed but haven’t slipped into a post yet: Joanne Limburg discusses the agonizing… Continue reading Pandemic experiences, “Are you disabled?” and the history of screen readers
Back in August, Oliver Sild announced in Post Status Slack that Patchstack was opening up “additional data” to “enrich the vulnerability data” their service discloses, now “with [a] real-time IP feed of attackers who hit [Patchstack’s] virtual patches.” Virtual patches are Patchstack’s quick interventions for customers’ sites when an official patch doesn’t exist yet for… Continue reading Patchstack enriches open vulnerability data with signals showing attack volume, method, and source
Bob puts out so much writing and audio at Do the Woo and has so many different people featured, it’s hard to keep up! These are some recent ones I’ve taken note of but didn’t get into a post or newsletter. Definitely worth a listen: Did you know a client’s involvement in a project makes… Continue reading Catching up with Do the Woo
This is an important topic that came out of a Post Status Slack #security discussion involving Robert Rowley and John James Jacoby: WordPress Terminology Meta. It continued over at the WPwatercooler. This article was published at Post Status — the community for WordPress professionals.
This Week at WordPress.org (November 14, 2022) Time to update, WordPress 6.1.1 is out! GitHub has made Codespaces available for 60 hours/month, and WordPress is exploring Core contribution integrations with wordpress/wordpress-develop. It’s team rep nomination time too. WordPress 6.1.1 now available WordPress 6.1.1 Maintenance Release Improving the contributor experience: GitHub Codespaces for WordPress Core Team… Continue reading WordPress 6.1.1 • Team Rep Nominations • Codespaces for Contributions
I wish this was a WordPress story. It should’ve been and could still be — a simple publishing platform built around freemium newsletters — and writers. In a way, it is a WordPress story. Ben Thompson’s Stratechery was a Substack inspiration and has always run on WordPress, I believe. There’s also this: Our plan was… Continue reading WordPress in Substack’s History
There’s a Slashdot discussion of ZDnet‘s reporting on a critical security vulnerability in OpenSSL: OpenSSL Warns of Critical Security Vulnerability With Upcoming Patch. Australia is increasing fines for massive data breaches. Apple has admitted they will only commit to patching their latest OS versions. Ars Technica‘s Andrew Cunningham: This confirms something that independent security researchers… Continue reading Security News Roundup
This Week at WordPress.org (November 7, 2022) Get a look at the latest default theme, Twenty Twenty-Three! Full Site Editing has a new name: “Site Editor.” And WordPress 6.1.1 will be released on November 15. Introducing Twenty Twenty-Three! Site Editor: A More User-Friendly Name Introducing Twenty Twenty-Three WordPress 6.1.1 Planning News Site Editor: a More… Continue reading WordPress 6.1.1 • FSE → Site Editor • Twenty Twenty Three
This Week at WordPress.org (October 31, 2022) #WordPress 6.1 was released on November 1. Check out all the updated and revised support articles. Learn about #accessibility and contributor Raghavendra Satish Peri from the WordPress India community. WordPress 6.1 “Misha” WordPress 6.1 “Misha” Call For Action – Testing Rollback Feature Raghavendra Satish Peri News WordPress 6.1… Continue reading WordPress 6.1 • Raghavendra Satish Peri