After almost 2 years of development, on December 6, 2018 WordPress merged Gutenberg (a very polarizing new post and page editor) into its core. On this episode, we speak to a range of users and non-users for their thoughts on the future of WordPress and what a change like this means for so many people.
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Excerpt of Matt Mullenweg at 0:55 & 1:12:
“Matt Mullenweg: State Of The Word 2016”
WordPress.tv, 7 December 2016,
*Clips were cut from full video for the purpose of sharing the highlights.
Excerpt of Matt Mullenweg at 1:37:
“Interview and QandA With Matt Mullenweg.”
WordPress.tv, 3 July 2017,
*Clip was cut from full video for the purpose of sharing a highlight.
Matthew Bullis, tech educator at Foundation for Blind Children
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