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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 307 – Thirty Percent of the Web

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 307 – Thirty Percent of the Web

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I start with a continued discussion of AMP from last week. We cover the big releases of the week including Jetpack, Genesis, Yoast SEO, and Gutenberg. We discuss a new project that aims to determine Gutenberg compatible plugins, debate the terminology used to describe WordPress’ market share, and a new plugin that makes WordPress updates more secure.

Stories Discussed:

Gutenberg 2.3, Now With Nested Blocks
Genesis 2.6
Yoast SEO 7.0
Jetpack 5.9
4,500 Plugins Need Your Help in Determining Gutenberg Compatibility
New Plugin Makes WordPress Core Updates More Secure by Requiring Cryptographic Signature Verification
WordPress Now Used on 30% of the Top 10 Million Sites

Picks of the Week:

Mel Choyce’s presentation on Customizing the Future at LoopConf.

Felix Arntz’s presentation on a Global Admin, a deep dive into multi-network organization at LoopConf.

WPWeekly Meta:

Next Episode: Wednesday, February 14th 3:00 P.M. Eastern

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