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This Week at WordPress.org (December 3, 2023) News The Month in WordPress – November 2023 WordPress 6.4.2 Maintenance & Security Release Alert: WordPress Security Team Impersonation Scams People of WordPress: Artemy Kaydash Accessibility Community Core Core Team Update – December 4, 2023 Raising the minimum version of MySQL required in WordPress 6.5 Roadmap to 6.5 What’s new in Gutenberg 17.2? (6 December) Recap: WordPress 6.4 “Shirley” Retrospective Proposal: Default Theme Task Force for 2024 Nominations for Core Team Reps: 2024 Edition Keeping up with Gutenberg Core Dev Blog A walk-through tutorial on using Create Block Theme plugin Styles, patterns, and more with the Details block A great read—four simple steps to your best body copy ever Core Meetings Docs Online monthly Docs Team Contributor Day November 28, 2023 Documentation Team Update – November 27, 2023 Design Documentation Hosting Marketing Meta Openverse Community Meeting Recap (2023-12-05) Weekly community meeting time is changing A week in Openverse: 2023-11-27 – 2023-12-04 Performance Photos Plugins Polyglots Project Support Sustainability Test Theme Training Meet your 2024 Training Team Representatives Hosting Learn videos on YouTube Learn WordPress Newsletter – December 2023 Tutorials Online Workshops A walkthrough of the GitHub process updates in the WordPress Training team A walkthrough of the GitHub process updates in the WordPress Training team State of the Word Watch Party 2023 (Online replay) New WordPress Developer APIs: The Interactivity API 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 8.1.25 Released! 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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