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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 311 – Jetpack 6.0, WordPress 4.9.5, and A WordCamp for Organizers

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 311 – Jetpack 6.0, WordPress 4.9.5, and A WordCamp for Organizers

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss a great article published by Caspar Hübinger on AMP and WordPress. We cover what’s new in WordPress 4.9.5, Jetpack 6.0, and a WordCamp geared toward organizers.

Stories Discussed:

WordPress 4.9.5 Squashes 25 Bugs
‘Try Gutenberg’ Prompt Pushed Back to A Later Release
Jetpack 6.0 Released
Code of Conduct Survey
Want to Help Organize a WordCamp for Organizers?

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