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Proposal for a Performance teamAllow themes to surface specific patterns from the Patterns DirectorySubmit Full Site Editing questions by Oct 27th (With the Go/No Go session happening this week ahead of WordPress 5.9’s release in December 2021, let’s use this time to dig into any general questions you all might have around Full Site Editing!)Proposal: Gutenberg Developer Hours series of events – Invite WordPress developers to meet with 3 developers and discuss your Gutenberg development questions, code, ideas, and approaches. Follow-up w/ video and resources.
Introducing Twenty Twenty-Two Changes to the WordPress Core PHP Test Suite – Discover the reasoning, solution, what changed, and step-by-step instructions to make tests compatible.Core Editor Improvement: Continued progress on accessibility5.9 planning round-up Proposal: Implementing a Webfonts API in WordPress Core
Adventures in Block Theme Switching
Share about WordPress 5.8 on social media –
WordPress.org Profiles now show GitHub activity
Call for Testing: WordPress for Android 18.4Call for Testing: WordPress for iOS 18.4
Change to How Long Active Reviews Remain Open
Suggested iterations for the Five for the Future program and tool.
Proposal: Migrate e2e to Playwright!
The performance impact of using jQuery in WordPress themesAdventures in Block Theme Switching
A Dedicated Volunteer Program for the Training Team
Learner achievements for coursesLearn WordPress Needs Assessment Results.Should Learn WordPress contributors be GPL-compliant PROPOSAL: Ensuring high-quality video contributions to Learn WordPress