This week: Open Source, Case Study of the Post Status newsletter, State of the Word, and much more…
StellarWP has released 3 of its libraries under the Open Source license. I am very intrigued by Slic – their tool for creating test environments.
Such initiatives are worth more than all Black Friday promotions.
Eric Karkovack described what he would like to happen in the world of WordPress in 2023. I fully support these wishes, although I am afraid that it may not happen.
On the Newsletter Glue website, we can read a case study of the reconstruction of the newsletter for Post Status.
On December 15, State of the Word 2022 will take place. During the event, we will find out what 2022 looked like for WordPress and what are the plans for the future.
Scott Batchelor from XWP describes what the life of a digital nomad looks like and what the pros and cons are.
Leonardo Losoviz shows how to do plugin integration tests using Lando and InstaWP.
Happy 12th birthday to WP Mayor. In the following article, you will find out what the history of the website looked like and what were its most important milestones.
Ross Wintle wrote a bit about his little project called WordlePress. It’s a guessing game like Wordle, but for those familiar with WordPress features.
Great article by Tom Greenwod showing what the WordPress community needs to do to be more sustainable.
HumanMade compared WordPress and Drupal in enterprise applications.
Delicious Brains just released WP Migrate 2.5. Especially High-Performance File Transfer looks interesting.
WordCamp Asia has started announcing speakers. There are a lot of interesting names on the list.
The results of the Jamstack Community Survey 2022 have just been published. And we’re mentioning it because there’s a certain WordPress twist to it. It shows that WP was the most popular CMS, but unfortunately also the worst satisfaction rating.