July 22, 2021 — Through contributing to Learn WordPress, you can help give those new or already using WordPress a roadmap for their learning journey.
Learn WordPress connects multiple WordPress Make teams, business owners, professionals, and individual users with ways to navigate their journey through WordPress the software and WordPress, the open-source project.
Join us if you would like to take part in planning the content that will helps others take the next step in learning about the WordPress platform and its community. Learn WordPress contributors come from a variety of backgrounds. We are content creators, project managers, technical writers, designers, developers, trainers, and teachers.
July 11, 2021 — This panel discussion features a conversation with Make WordPress volunteers who have been involved with major WordPress.org releases and projects.
July 9, 2021 — This panel discussion provides an introduction to contributing to the Open Source Make WordPress and suggests why you should join the effort.
Learn more about thousands of contributors across the globe who are part of this active community. Hear from contributors and learn what inspires them. Could their experience inspire you?
July 5, 2021 — I will show what are the pros and cons of converting WordPress into a static site. During my talk I will also show how we can achieve this and show some interesting numbers about going static.
July 5, 2021 — This session will cover the story of full site editing: why it came to be, what major milestones have been reached, what sub-projects exist within full site editing as a whole, and how one can prepare for the future.
July 5, 2021 — This talk introduces new Polyglots contributors to translate.wordpress.org.
Learn how to find a suitable translation project, how to suggest a translation, and where to find information about standards and glossaries for your locale. The presentation also explains how to get involved with your local translation team and how to get your translations approved.