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“This Month in WordPress” – aka. your monthly dose of WordPress news. Read this to find out what’s been going on in WordPress lately:

The Behind the Scenes as a #WCEU Media Partner: What’s the Experience Like?

The Behind the Scenes as a #WCEU Media Partner: What's the Experience Like?

Whenever we go to a WordCamp, be it local or global, we don’t just attend. We like to engage and get involved as much as we can, where we can. After volunteering at WordCamp Europe (WCEU) for several years in a row, we started to pivot towards other activities, too. For instance, Sabina Ionescu and Rodica Andronache were part of the organizing team last summer in Belgrade, while ThemeIsle (our second blog) was a media partner. It was a smooth transition from media supporters in Paris in 2017.

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WordPress 5.1 Beta 3, New WordPress Leadership, Newspack In The Works 🗞️ February 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

WordPress 5.1 Beta 3, New WordPress Leadership, Newspack In The Works – February 2019 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hi, WordPress friends! 2019 started strongly, bringing a bunch of impactful news in the past four weeks. During this time, Matt Mullenweg made some major changes to the WordPress leadership team, Automattic announced the release of an open-source platform for journalists, the guys at WPML had to urgently solve a data breach allegedly caused by a former employee, while WordPress itself and the block editor went through another series of improvements and updates.

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Gutenberg Gets Closer, AMP Plugin Gets Better, Pirate Forms Joins WPForms 🗞️ October 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Gutenberg Gets Closer, AMP Plugin Gets Better, Pirate Forms Joins WPForms - October 2018 WordPress News w/ CodeinWP

Hey everyone, we have plenty of WordPress news to share with you this month. First up, Gutenberg is entering the final development phase and is almost ready for its first release candidate version. Beyond that, the official AMP plugin was upgraded and optimized towards a more user-friendly interface, while our own Pirate Forms moved on to become part of WPForms. And if you like dark interfaces, “dark mode” might be coming to WordPress!

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