In this episode, I’m joined by special guest co-host Brad Williams, Co-Founder and CEO of the website design and development agency WebDevStudios. Brad shared his experience at CampPress and is looking forward to attending the event again in 2018.
We discussed the recent move to moderate all comments on the Tavern again. We covered the news of the week and near the end of the show, Brad describes why his company gives back to WordPress by participating in the Five for the Future initiative.
Camp Press – A Detox from Digital Life
Yoast Publishes an Alternative to Gutenberg While Raising Concerns About its Development.
New WP-CLI Project Aims to Extend Checksum Verification to Plugins and Themes
Regenerate Thumbnails Plugin Passes 5 Million Downloads, Rewrite in the Works
Drupal Core Maintainers Propose Adopting React for Administrative UI’s
WPCampus 2018 is Taking Submissions From Host Cities
Jetpack 5.4 Released
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If you have any WordPress related questions, consider asking them during the Ask Maintainn event on October 5th using the #askMaintainn hashtag on Twitter. Jim Byrom, Director of Client Services, will answer the questions directly through the Maintainn Twitter account.
Next Episode: Wednesday, October 11th 3:00 P.M. Eastern
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