Matrix Migration Paused • New Requirement for Themes Settings • New WordPress Events Page • WPCS 3.0.1 Released

This Week at WordPress.org (December 11, 2023) News Community Core Core Dev Blog Core Meetings 6.4.3 Maintenance Release Bug Scrub DevChat Agenda – December 13, 2023 Dev Chat Summary, December 6, 2023 Data Liberation Documentation Five for the Future Hosting Marketing Meta Meeting Agenda for December 13, 2023 Data Liberation: Ingest github markdown into wp.org. About adding users to the test.wordpress.org Openverse Introducing Enhanced Content Safety Features on Openverse A week in Openverse: 2023-12-04 – 2023-12-11 Performance Photos Playground add_editor_style() is not loading stylesheets in Playground Cant open anything after updating a plugin Blueprints Builder getting stuck PHP WASM: Publish each PHP version as separate NPM package Contextual Site Title Cache busting broken on playground.wordpress.netBrowserBugReliability Blueprints: Redirect to a post created inside of a Blueprint Plugins Polyglots Agenda: Weekly Polyglots Chat- December 13, 2023 (7:00 UTC) Adding related languages at the bottom of the translation row Pattern preview during translation is general available How can we best handle local channels in WordPress global Slack? Project Update on Matrix Migration: Pausing the Transition Overflow Questions from State of the Word 2023 in Madrid, Spain Embracing Matrix for Enhanced Communication Showcase Support Sustainability Test Theme New requirements for settings pages & onboarding in themes Themes Team Meeting Notes – December 12, 2023 Themes team meeting agenda for December 12, 2023 Training Tutorials Online Workshops WPTV Related News: jQuery 3.7.1 Released: Reliable Table Row Dimensions Curl for 8.5.0 Node 21.4.0 PHP 8.3.0 PHP 8.2.12 Released! PHP 8.1.26 Released! PHPCS 3.8.0 WPCS 3.0.1 PHPMailer 6.9.1 Changes in MySQL 8.0.36 (Not yet released, General Availability) TC39 Composer 2.6.6 Webpack 5 release (2020-10-10) Chromium Roadmap Firefox Release Calendar Safari Release Notes Thanks for reading our WP dot .org roundup! Each week we are highlighting the news and discussions coming from the good folks making WordPress possible. If you or your company create products or services that use WordPress, you need to be engaged with them and their work. Be sure to share this resource with your product and project managers. Are you interested in giving back and contributing your time and skills to WordPress.org? Start Here › Get our weekly WordPress community news digest — Post Status’ Week in Review — covering the WP/Woo news plus significant writing and podcasts. It’s also available in our newsletter. You — and your whole team can join Post Status too! Build your network. Learn with others. Find your next job — or your next hire. Read the Post Status newsletter. ✉️ Listen to podcasts. 🎙️ Follow @Post_Status 🐦 and LinkedIn. 💼

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