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WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 337 – Gutenberg User Experiences, Release Timelines, and the Classic Editor

WPTavern: WPWeekly Episode 337 – Gutenberg User Experiences, Release Timelines, and the Classic Editor

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I break down what’s happening with Gutenberg. We discuss our trials and tribulations with the editor, the release timeline, and calls from members of the community to delay WordPress 5.0 until January. We also share details on how long the Classic Editor plugin will be supported. Last but not least, we talk about the possible release strategy of shipping point releases every two weeks after WordPress 5.0 is released.

Stories Discussed:

How to Add an Image to A Paragraph Block in Gutenberg

Adding Aligned Images to Paragraphs in Gutenberg Is Not as Tough as I Thought

WordPress 5.0 Beta 3 Released, RC 1 Expected November 12

WordPress 5.0 needs a different timeline   

WordPress 5.0 is Not Ready

Classic Editor Plugin May Be Included with 5.0 Updates, Support Window Set to End in 2021

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In this episode, John James Jacoby and I break down what’s happening with Gutenberg. We discuss our trials and tribulations with the editor, the release timeline, and calls from members of the community to delay WordPress 5.0 until January. We also share details on how long the Classic Editor plugin will be supported. Last but not least, we talk about the possible release strategy of shipping point releases every two weeks after WordPress 5.0 is released. Stories Discussed: How to Add an Image to A Paragraph Block in Gutenberg Adding Aligned Images to Paragraphs in Gutenberg Is Not as Tough…

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