Gutenberg 10.0 released this week, February 17, 2021, marking the 100th release of the Gutenberg plugin; the 100th release of a journey that started more than four years ago when Matt announced the project at WordCamp US 2016. Where We Started The past four years have not always been an easy journey. Shipping something this impactful is not easy, and there was precedent for keeping the editor as it was: WordPress had already tried to replace TinyMCE a couple of times already. What would be different this time around? The worry was “not much” and initially, very few people actively joined the project. Six months later came WordCamp Europe 2017 and the first release of the plugin. The editor was nowhere close to being usable, but it “clicked” for some. The reactions to the presentation were hopeful, but afterward, there was a lot of pushback. Gutenberg was (and is) an audacious project. With a project this big it attracted a lot of attention, and it became difficult to discern constructive debate from mere opposition. We each come with our context, and some people had a fixed idea about what they wanted for the project. Some wanted to reuse an existing… Read full this story
- Writer Reflects on Walk with Christ, Explores Connection Between Mind, Spirit in Latest Book
- Xinuos Launches New Website to Better Reflect and Promote Global Partners
- 'It's like fix this, make it funnier... faster': No Time To Die co-writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge reflects upon the intensity of working on a huge movie which already has 'established characters'
- Avatar sequels, the Cruella de Vil movie and a West Side Story remake get release dates from Disney
- Academic behind prisoner scheme in London Bridge attack successfully campaigned for release of murderer and got him a job in her husband's restaurant
- Madras high court orders notice to Tamil Nadu home secretary over release of convicts
- Peyton Manning's Documentary Series Released on ESPN+
- Finding Berkeley in 'The Graduate': Movie's locations reflect a slice of city's history
- East 17’s Tony Mortimer reflects on his brother’s suicide on 25th anniversary of Stay Another Day
- Architecture Released for SPIEF 2018 Business Programme
- Lionsgate UK & Europe CEO Zygi Kamasa Talks Box Office Opening For ‘Knives Out’, The Studio’s Widest Ever Release In UK
- Otu Njama’s ‘Inhibition’ set for cinema release
Reflecting on Gutenberg’s 100th Release have 371 words, post on wordpress.org at February 19, 2021. This is cached page on Konitono News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.