Luke and Jonathan talk about the Facebook, the Metaverse, WordPress, and the Open Web. Luke begins to change his mind about Zuckerberg and Facebook.
Forget multi-site, we want multi-user! Luke and Jonathan look beyond the (unfailingly distant) full site editing horizon, toward a day when we can edit a post, nay, design an entire WordPress site collaboratively, contiguously, and concurrently.
Aaron Gustafson is a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Edge team, focused on their work on Progressive Web Apps and developer UX. He’s also a spec editor at the W3C and Editor-in-chief of A List Apart. Aaron joins Luke and Jonathan to talk about the Open Web and share his perspective (and some guidance)…
Jonathan attempts a no-code FSE site build, and Luke is skeptical about FSE landing this year.
Luke starts off with a surprise. Then we talk about Andrea Middleton, WordPress acquisitions, and whether we’re still in the early days of WordPress.
Luke and Jonathan talk about themes, an ugly web, and Gutenberg / Classic Editor reviews.
We’re back, baby! Luke and Jonathan discuss the recent Yoast acquisition, and compare it with ACF’s new home.
Luke and Jonathan catch up after an unplanned hiatus and jump right into enjoying the WP Tavern buffet.
Kicking off with Season 4, Jonathan and Luke chat about the new Wix ad campaign. Then, they disagree about the future of comments in WordPress.
Andrea Middleton is a Community Organizer for the WordPress project. She shares how she first got involved with WordPress and how she ended up working with Community. We cover WordCamps, Meetups, COVID-19, and what it all might mean for the future of WordPress and the WordPress Community.