Five for everyone, sometimes

July 13, 2022 00:04:39
Five for everyone, sometimes
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Show Notes

Five for the Future is back on the radar, surfacing more clarification and criticism. Here’s snack pack of links from around the community addressing various opinions on the subject: 

Gettin’ Guten with it

Gutenberg Times will host a livestream July 22nd featuring PEW Research Lead Developer and Director of Digital Strategy on how they use WordPress core + custom blocks.

Want to know where FSE is headed with all things media? Anne McCarthy posted the FSE Program All Things Media Summary.

Product updates

LearnDash has taken to the clouds with its latest hosted version of the popular WordPress LMS plugin.

SpotlightWP has launched a new analytics dashboard for those of you posting to WordPress and the gram.

Pure HTML and CSS WordPress builder LiveCanvas has launched their builder version 3.

Product acquisition

Amber Hinds' Equalize Digital has sold their WP Conference Schedule plugin to Events Calendar:

“Earlier this year, we realized that continuing to support WP Conference Schedule no longer made sense,” said Hinds, “It was a distraction from our mission to improve accessibility in WordPress and took development and marketing time away from Accessibility Checker.”

Events

A call for organizers has been placed by the WordCamp Euorope 2023 team.

The Grab bag!

Next up! 

Michelle Frechette with the Community Minute!

New Members

This week we welcome two new members to the #linksquad crew: Jonathan Wold and Juan Hernando! You can meet them in the Slack group and if you’re not a member yet, go to buymeacoffee.com/mattreport to join.

Thanks to all of the members who shared these links today: 

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