After its first edition was officially scheduled for February 2020, WordCamp Asia now has an official logo. Check this post to see how it looks and how the designers came up with it.
Automattic wasn’t the only one making acquisitions this summer; the creators of Ninja Forms teamed up with Caldera Forms, in the sense that the former acquired the drag-and-drop forms builder plugin. Some of the members of CalderaWP will join Saturday Drive to work together on improving both tools.
And the dose of contemporary world problems… this is another matter based on political correctness and diversity that forced the organizers of the PHP Central Europe Conference to cancel the event. You gotta love living in 2019… Anyway, our WordPress organizers won’t ever let this happen.
Just like the Polyglots team has its thing, WordPress contributors are eyeing a global accessibility full-day event to take place virtually. This way, the accessibility contributors who can’t attend WordCamps can meet and develop this project online.
After 10 years of making WP Tavern one of the most reliable sources of WordPress news, Jeff Chandler, its founder, says goodbye to contributing to the site and sets off for a new beginning. Although he doesn’t have any concrete plans on what’s next, he’ll be waiting for challenging opportunities to arise.
WordPress does already provide notifications in the admin, stating important issues about your site. But the guys at the core are working now on improving the system and making the feedback more user-oriented and obvious, which aims to give the user more control over their actions.