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  1. Lucy Ng
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    I tested FSE with TT1 Blocks and it’s good! But some popular Gutenberg-base themes haven’t supported this feature yet. Hope to see this interesting feature more wide-spread soon.

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  2. Chris Carvache
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    This is fantastic that WordPress is taking steps towards streamlining the development process. While this solves lots of current issues – the biggest problems we’ve noticed is the reconciliation and merging of active production sites with development sites. Best example of this is building in NEW features into a busy WooCommerce site and then having an amazingly awkward time publishing; the fact that options / data are shared between a combination of settings in the wp_options table and then orders constantly coming in make the publishing process VERY manual. Looking forward to see how this all progresses in the future.

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  3. Amie Suzan
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    Excited. Would love to try it.

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  4. Anne McCarthy
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    This was such a massive value add from Carrie! I can’t wait to encourage others to use it in future calls for testing.

    If anyone has any questions about the FSE outreach program, know I welcome pings on slack at @annezazu. I just publish a recap of the first testing call here:

    https://make.wordpress.org/test/2021/01/15/fse-program-template-editing-testing-summary/

    Big thank you to everyone who is testing with the program or who is just poking around on their own time to explore :). Remember to report bugs back to the Gutenberg repository so improvements can continue to be made.

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