Last month at State of the Word, WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy shared some opening thoughts on “Why WordPress” and the Four Freedoms of open source. In this recent letter, she expands on her vision for the WordPress open source project as it prepares for the third phase of Gutenberg: “We are now, as […]
If Phases 1 and 2 had a “blocks everywhere” vision, think of Phase 3 with more of a “works with the way you work” vision.
Hear from WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy on her vision for the open source project in 2023.
2023 marks the 20th year of WordPress. Read on to learn about how WordPress is celebrating this milestone.
This episode of the WP Briefing features all the Josepha bloopers our little elves have stored away over the year.
Josepha reflects on this year’s State of the Word address here on the WP Briefing podcast.
WordPress enthusiasts tuned in last week for the State of the Word address to celebrate the project’s yearly accomplishments and explore what 2023 holds. But that’s not the only exciting update from the past month. New proposals and ideas are already emerging with an eye on the year ahead—let’s dive into them!
WordPress belongs to all of us, but really we’re taking care of it for the next generation.” Matt Mullenweg A small audience of WordPress contributors, developers, and extenders gathered on December 15 for the annual State of the Word keynote from WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg. Those who could not join in person joined via livestream […]
The 2022 WordPress survey is open for your input and available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
The latest People of WordPress story features Huanyi Chuang, from #Taiwan, on his journey to become a digital marketer and front end developer.