Since its release on November 1st, WordPress 6.1 has been downloaded over 19 million times. On the Yoast blog, you can find more details about the release, including some of the features we worked on: WordPress 6.1.1 is scheduled for release on Tuesday, November 15. It contains several bug fixes fore core and the block …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.1 and 6.1.1"
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As WordPress 6.1 enters the release candidate stage, we’re putting some finishing touches on it and start working on early tickets for WordPress 6.2. Read on to learn what we’ve been up to for the past couple of weeks! Our weekly updates Ari Unfortunately, after my trip to the Netherlands in the Yoast headquarters, I …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.1 RC1 & RC2"
This week we had YoastCamp; Members of Yoast from all around the world gathered in our headquarters in the Netherlands, for a week full of activities, collaboration, and getting to know each other in person. In WordPress, version 6.1-beta3 was released with a lot of improvements! You can read more about this beta release on …Read: "A week with us: WP 6.1-beta3"
Since our last blog update, we have had a successful Contributor day at the Yoast office and online, and WordPress has released Beta 1 and Beta 2 of version 6.1. Ari A lot has happened in the past few weeks! SQLite support We finally published our official proposal to support SQLite in WordPress Core, and …Read: "A week with us: Beta x 2"
At Yoast, we believe in giving back to the community, and this team is proof of our commitment to our core values. As we do every few months, on September 14, 2022 Yoast is organizing a WordPress Contributor day! It is a great opportunity for all of us to work together and improve WordPress for …Read: "A week with us: Yoast Contributor day and more!"
As summer comes to an end, some of our colleagues have been enjoying their well-deserved time off, though our work on WordPress always goes on. Read on to learn what we’ve been up to for the past few weeks! Yoast Contributor day We also want to let you know that there will be a Yoast …Read: "A week with us: Twenty Twenty-Three, Gutenberg, PHP 8.2, and more"
This week we continue to work through the heatwave that has hit Europe. Read about how Andrea is sharing his accessibility knowledge by adding a section to the block editor handbook, while Ari experiments with the new Style Engine. Yoast Contributor day We also want to let you know that there will be a Yoast …Read: "A week with us: 40 commits and 40 degrees"
The WordPress core team has been working on a variety of interesting projects over the past couple of weeks: Accessibility in the WordPress editor, a minor WordPress release (v6.0.1), improvements to blocks, a Style Engine in Gutenberg, and much more! In this blog post, we’ll share with you what each one of us has been …Read: "A week with us: A WP minor release and Gutenberg"
Today is a significant day for us, because after two years of working together, we are saying goodbye to our friend and colleague Justin, who is starting a new chapter of his life. Justin, it’s a sad day for us, but we’re also happy that you get to explore new opportunities. We wanted to say …Read: "A week with us: Saying goodbye to Justin"
Although the whole team could not attend in person, WordCamp Europe was a great experience for all of us. Between the talks given by Yoast colleagues, and the feedback we received about our contribution to WordPress, it was definitely an exciting gathering. Our weekly updates Ari WCEU was a fantastic experience! I met a lot …Read: "A week with us: after WordCamp Europe"