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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 314 – Getting Squeebly With It

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 314 – Getting Squeebly With It

In this episode, John James Jacoby recaps his trip to WordCamp Chicago and explains the thought process behind his presentation, The Fourth Wall of WordPress. We highlight a new project that gives developers a guided path to migrate functionality from the Classic editor to Gutenberg.

We discuss the pros and cons of the trusted authors program launched by the WordPress Theme Review Team and what’s new in Jetpack 6.1, what to expect from WordSesh 5, and comment on Square’s agreement to acquire Weebly for $365M.

Stories Discussed:

A Gutenberg Migration Guide for Developers

WordPress Theme Review Team Launches Trusted Authors Program

WordSesh 5 Scheduled for July 25th

Jetpack 6.1 Released

Square Acquires Weebly for $365M

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