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"
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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"
This week, Ari and Carolina are at WordCamp Europe in Porto. Since our whole team works remotely, it is our first opportunity to meet some of our colleagues in person! We are looking forward to seeing old friends, meeting new people, connecting with other contributors, and, of course the contributor day and after party. If …Read: "A week with us: WordCamp Europe"
Last week, on Friday the 13th, Yoast organized a Contributors Day for WordPress. Contributors Day is an open event and anyone can join in, so this time we had a total number of 52 contributors. 31 of those were Yoasters, and we had 21 external participants, an amazing turnout! If you missed this Contributor Day …Read: "A week with us: Yoast Contributors Day"
As WordPress 6.0 enters the release candidate stage, we’re putting some finishing touches on it. We are also working on early tickets for WordPress 6.1, and preparing for WordCamp Europe 2022. Our weekly updates Ari This week, my main focus was on Gutenberg. There are a lot of things that we can improve for users …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.0 RC1"
A lot has happened in the WordPress community and for our team in the last few weeks. All three betas of WordPress 6.0 have been released, and we are now entering the release candidates phase. Our weekly updates Carolina Last week I was on Easter vacation, where I took the time to take a course …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.0 Betas"
We have had lots going on these past two weeks. Sergey has helped with the release of WordPress version 5.9.3, which is a minor release. There are 19 bug fixes in this release, including fixes for the customizer, image blocks and cover blocks. You can read all about the release on WordPress.org. The WordPress 6.0 …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.0 feature freeze is getting closer"
The WordPress core team has been working on a variety of interesting projects over the past couple of weeks: E2E testing in WordPress, Core compatibility with PHP 8.x, WordPress 5.9.2, WordPress 6.0, accessibility, Gutenberg and much more. In this blog post, we’ll share with you what each one of us has been up to! Our …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 5.9.2, E2E tests and more"
Our team continues to work on WordPress 6.0. Moreover, we released the web fonts API in Gutenberg, did a lot of work in automated tests, as well as internal Yoast projects. Also, after a lot of deliberation, we decided to make these blog posts bi-weekly. This will allow us to post more substantial updates, and …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 6.0, web fonts API, and internal projects"
WordPress 5.9.1 was released a few days ago with the participation of several members of our team. Other than that, the team continues to work on its usual projects and its main goal, to make WordPress better one day at a time. Our weekly updates Sergey WordPress 5.9.1 Last week I continued triaging and reviewing …Read: "A week with us: WordPress 5.9.1 is released"