March 3, 2023 — A recording of the WordPress 6.2 live product demo presented by Anne McCarthy and Rich Tabor, and moderated by Nathan Wrigley.
February 14, 2023 — In January 2023, a few community members from the FSE Outreach Program gathered to discuss various upcoming features specific to Block Themers:
– Applying local styles globally: push block design changes from post/template editor to global styles.
– Inputs for Custom CSS: add custom CSS from the site editor Styles panel.
– Exploring the Style Book: show all blocks (including third-party) in site editor, making it easier to test everything when designing.
– Edit block style variations: edit (not yet create) existing block styles of a theme from the Styles panel.
May 2, 2022 — Ride along with Learn WordPress as we test new WordPress features together. We will aggregate your observations, questions, and comments in order to improve WordPress together–before these features go live!
What did we test in this social learning space? Blocks that will help recipe authors make their recipe blogs more interactive!
April 15, 2022 — Ride along with Anne McCarthy, Courtney Robertson, and Sarah Snow as we walk through the process of testing new WordPress features together, specifically the new Author Template, which will be released with WordPress 6.0.
If you are brand new to testing, have tested WordPress a time or two before, or are an expert, this session is for ALL of you.
February 3, 2022 — Learn more about the new features of WordPress 5.9. (released January 2022)
October 21, 2021 — This talk reviews the Full Site Editing features of WordPress 5.8 (released July 2021) and tells the story of the Outreach Program.
July 7, 2021 — A video demoing the block-based Widgets Editor that’s a part of the WordPress 5.8 release.
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.
February 19, 2021 — Learn how to use GitHub to explore the Gutenberg project and stay up to date on the latest work. This course is not meant for a technical audience and focuses mainly on best practices for finding information, opening issues, and more.
January 14, 2021 — To keep the Core Editor GitHub repository healthy, it needs to be triaged regularly. Triage is the practice of reviewing existing issues and pull requests to make sure they’re relevant, actionable, and have all the information they need. Anyone can help triage and this course is meant to help you learn how to get involved covering everything from the various ways to help to how to escalate serious problems.