This Week at WordPress.org (November 28, 2022)
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- Community Team Meeting Agenda 1 Dec 2022
- Vote for Community Team Rep 2023
- Plan Your State of the Word Watch Party Today!
- WordPress Community Team Training #5: Active Listening
- Recap of the Diverse Speaker Training group (#WPDiversity) AMER/EMEA on November 23, 2022
- What’s new in WordPress Planet14.6? (23 November)
- A Week in Core – November 28, 2022
- Devchat agenda, November 30, 2022
- Dev Chat summary: Wednesday, November 23, 2022
- Editor Chat Agenda: November 30, 2022
- Editor chat summary: 23 November 2022
- Summary for Docs Team Meeting November 29, 2022
- Agenda for Docs Team Bi-Weekly November 29, 2022
- Documentation Team Update – November 29, 2022
- Agenda: global WordPress marketing team meeting, November 30, 2022
- Notes: Global Marketing Team meeting, November 23, 2022
- Nominations Call for the themes team representatives: 2023 Edition
- Themes team update November 29, 2022
- How did you learn WordPress?
- Meeting Agenda for November 29, 2022
- Project Thread: Training Team Onboarding Paths
- State of the Word Watch Party (Live Online)
- How to Join Core Release Party
- Let’s code: Developing Blocks without React! – Part 3
- WordPress development live stream: Developing Blocks without React – Part 3
- What is SEO? (Search Engine Optimization)
- Creating a Call To Action with the Block Editor (APAC Time Zone)
- Creating a Call To Action with the Block Editor
- Image SEO Best Practices to Make Your Content Discoverable
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- PHP 8.0.26 Released!
- PHP 8.2.0 RC7 available for testing
- PHP 8.1.13 Released!
- Node v19.2.0 (Current)
- ECMAScript Proposals
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