WordPress released version 6.3 at the beginning of August. You can read more about what is new in this article: WordPress 6.3: A more intuitive way of working on your site. The team is dividing their time between working on the upcoming WordPress 6.4 release, new features for the Gutenberg plugin, accessibility improvements, and the …Read: "A month with the WordPress core team – August & September 2023"
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As WordPress 6.3 enters the release candidate stage, we’re putting some finishing touches on it and continue working on some long-standing projects. Read on to learn what we’ve been up to for the past month! Our monthly updates Andrea In the last month, with the WordPress 6.3 release approaching, testing of new features and user …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – July 2023"
In May, the team continued working on enhancements and bug fixes for WordPress 6.3, and Sergey co-led the 6.2.1 minor release. In June, we traveled to Athens, Greece, to attend WordCamp Europe (WCEU) together with Bluehost and YITH. The event had over 2500 attendees, and our booths were popular. This year’s theme at the Yoast …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – May & June 2023"
In April, we started working on WordPress 6.3 by refining some of our long-running projects such as the SQLite database proposal, among other things. Read on to learn more! Our monthly updates Carolina Documentation I spent the beginning of the month working on the WordPress 6.2 end-user documentation, updating and creating new articles. Most of …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – April 2023"
This past month, the team worked on WordPress 6.2, which was released on March 29. We also started a project to improve how attachment pages are used. Our monthly updates Carolina Gutenberg and Core In March, I focused on the WordPress 6.2 release by testing the release candidates and doing follow-ups.I continued resolving problems with …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – March 2023"
In February, we moved forward with some of our long-running projects. We worked on the SQLite database proposal, forms and details/summary blocks, PHP autoloader for WordPress core, updating documentation for themes, improving translatable strings in Gutenberg, and addressing coding standards issues in core, among other things. Read on to learn more! Our monthly updates Ari …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – February 2023"
January was an exciting month! Together we worked on PHP 8.0+ compatibility, editor enhancements and accessibility improvements for WordPress version 6.2. Among other things, we attended bug scrubs and the old Trac ticket triage, and helped land the custom CSS feature in the Site Editor. Our monthly updates Andrea In the last month, with the …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – January 2023"
Another month came and went, and we left 2022 behind. Our team was very productive this year! In fact, we were the most active company in the WordPress project after Automattic. In December, most of our team took some well-deserved and needed time off. As a result, the update for December will be a bit …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – December 2022"
After a lot of deliberation, we decided to change the format of these blog posts. We felt that a weekly or bi-weekly update did not allow us to focus on some bigger concepts and ideas. From now on, these blog posts will be a monthly overview of what our team worked on. It can still …Read: "A month with the WordPress Core team – November 2022"
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"