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  1. Marcus Tibesar
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    Great explanations Justin, and very thorough coverage of the new version of GB. This is most appreciated.

    Since some features of the latest versions of Gutenberg are experimental, I will not install the Gutenberg plugin on production sites.

    Instead I will wait for the WordPress updates which then contain the “backwards compatible” version of Gutenberg.

    Just thinking out loud…

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    • Justin Tadlock
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      The experimental features can be enabled/disabled via the Gutenberg settings screen in the admin, assuming this is the only concern. Non-experimental features are stable. Plus, you get bug fixes before they land in core.

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  2. Ünsal Korkmaz
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    Gutenberg 6.9 laid the groundwork toward this reality by resolving block templates from a theme’s /block-templates folder.

    God.. at last. This gutenberg switch phase was really painful but i believe its worth it.

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  3. A. J. Bozdar
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    In the past days, it was plugin business. Now we are heading toward block business. Improved and new blocks will be primary concern for publishers.

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