Gutenberg is the project name for the new “block” editor that will arrive with WordPress version 5.0 Nov 2018
Here’s what to expect in WordPress 4.2 and the roadmap for WordPress core development in 2015.
Matt talks about WordCamps, gives some stats from the 33,000 responders of the annual survey and of course lots more about the future of WordPress.
What is the SSL v3.0 POODLE server vulnerability and how you can fix it.
WordCamp Sydney is at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Sept 27-28 2014. Buy a ticket. Sponsor the event. Go there!
Last night we were treated to a talk in Sydney from Matt Mullenweg on how WordPress was created and where its future lies.
WordPress’ Matt Mullenweg is in Australia & New Zealand, June 2014, to connect with open source communities via “A Conversation With Matt Mullenweg” events. Melbourne June 12th, Sydney June 16th, Wellington June 17th.
Support accessibility in your local community for Global Accessibility Awareness Day this May 15th. We’ll be at the Sydney event.
Development on WordPress 4.0 has officially started. But what new features can we expect to see in this new version?
WordPress 3.9, codenamed ‘Smith’, dropped onto our servers this week with a heap of core improvements mostly based around editing content.
WordPress security double whammy! Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability and exploits in the JetPack plugin. Read how to fix the problems & secure your website.