WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 284 – Catching Up with David Peralty
In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by David Peralty. Peralty is a prolific writer with more than 30K articles published online for various media outlets. He also co-hosted WordPress Weekly episodes 41-75 in 2009.
We discuss the rise and evolution of blog networks over the years, the current state of WordPress development, and what he thinks of Gutenberg.
We have a great conversation about working remotely and how working in an office with great people focused on the same goal can be an energizing experience. Later in the show, Jacoby and I discuss the news of the week, including the idea of opt-in usage data tracking in WordPress.
Publishers Are Moving Back to WordPress After Short Experiments with Medium
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Dismisses Automattic’s Trademark Dispute Against Chris Pearson
Gutenberg 0.7.0 Adds Opt-In Usage Tracking
Gutenberg Development Team Confirms Meta Box API Will Not be Formally Deprecated
WordPress Core Fields API Project Sees Renewed Interest
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