June 3, 2016 — There is a hype surrounding the WordPress REST API these days. People focus on how it will change the future of WordPress, allow developers to expand the range of projects they can build, make WordPress popular outside its own bubble. What we rarely talk about are the challenges presented by the REST API. This talk focuses on the challenges. It’s a short guide to the WordPress REST API from a non-developer perspective – what is it, how it will change WordPress development, combined with some thoughts on the impact it will have on projects created with WordPress and the people creating them.
We Need to Talk about the REST API: the non-developer guide to the future of WordPress by Petya Raykovska.
June 1, 2016 — Global WordPress Translation Day Recap + Emoji Fun
w/ Petya & Sonja Leix & whoever’s brave enough to get on screen
June 1, 2016 — Translating WordPress to Bulgarian / Превод на WordPress на български
with Petya Raykovska, Global Translation Editor for bg_BG
May 31, 2016 — Does WordPress Speak your language –
Petya Raykovska on WordPress Localisation and why language variations matter (video from WCCH 2015)
May 30, 2016 — On I18n – Plugin Documentation and Support for the Whole World (including video recording from WCEU 2015)
May 30, 2016 — Localization Beyond Translation (including video from WCEU 2015)
May 30, 2016 — Plugin and theme authors: how to find translators for your plugins and themes
May 30, 2016 — Opening Remarks and Introduction to the WordPress Polyglots team: what we do, how we work, roles, processes
May 14, 2016 — WordPress speaks more than 100 languages. Many people don’t realise that that’s one of the main reasons of the software growing globally to power more than 24% of the web. This talk will shed a bit of light on who translates WordPress and how you, as a plugin or theme author, can grow your products following the example of the core software. You get to meet the largest WordPress contributor team – the Polyglots – 4000+ people who donate their time and effort to get WordPress to as many people and place as possible.