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In 2020, the <a href="%s">WordPress 5.6 “Simone”</a> release came from the first all-women and non-binary identifying release squad. WordPress 5.6 brought countless ways to set ideas free and bring them to life.
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In 2020, the <a href="%s">WordPress 5.6 “Simone”</a> release came from the first all-women and non-binary identifying release squad. WordPress 5.6 brought countless ways to set ideas free and bring them to life.

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All Women &amp; Non-Binary Release Squad
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All Women &amp; Non-Binary Release Squad

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With <a href="%s">WordPress v5.5 “Eckstine”</a> in 2020, it became easier than ever to find the block you need. The new block directory was now built right into the block editor, making it possible to install new block types without ever leaving the editor.
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With <a href="%s">WordPress v5.5 “Eckstine”</a> in 2020, it became easier than ever to find the block you need. The new block directory was now built right into the block editor, making it possible to install new block types without ever leaving the editor.

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In 2019, Matt Mullenweg’s annual State of The Word presentation was beautifully written and designed completely in Gutenberg for the first time ever.
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In 2019, Matt Mullenweg’s annual State of The Word presentation was beautifully written and designed completely in Gutenberg for the first time ever.

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In 2019, Matt Mullenweg held a moment of silence for long-time community member <a href="%s">Alex Mills (viper007bond)</a> who passed away after a long-fought battle with leukemia. Alex was a very kind, creative, and prolific WordPress contributor.
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In 2019, Matt Mullenweg held a moment of silence for long-time community member <a href="%s">Alex Mills (viper007bond)</a> who passed away after a long-fought battle with leukemia. Alex was a very kind, creative, and prolific WordPress contributor.

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Honoring Alex Mills
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Honoring Alex Mills

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For developers building client sites, you could now create reusable blocks, letting your clients add new content anytime, while still maintaining a consistent look and feel. A wide collection of APIs and interface components made it easy to create blocks with intuitive controls. Utilizing these components not only sped up development work but also provided a more consistent, usable, and accessible interface.
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For developers building client sites, you could now create reusable blocks, letting your clients add new content anytime, while still maintaining a consistent look and feel. A wide collection of APIs and interface components made it easy to create blocks with intuitive controls. Utilizing these components not only sped up development work but also provided a more consistent, usable, and accessible interface.

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Big upgrades to the editor. With the release of <a href="%s">WordPress v5.0 “Bebo”</a> in 2018, Gutenberg became the default editing experience. The new block-based editor was the first step toward an exciting new future. Whether you were building your first site, revamping your blog, or writing code for a living; Gutenberg offered more content flexibility.
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Big upgrades to the editor. With the release of <a href="%s">WordPress v5.0 “Bebo”</a> in 2018, Gutenberg became the default editing experience. The new block-based editor was the first step toward an exciting new future. Whether you were building your first site, revamping your blog, or writing code for a living; Gutenberg offered more content flexibility.

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Matt Mullenweg announced his plans to overhaul the editor during his <a href="%1$s">State of the Word address in 2016</a>. More specifically, he talked about creating a “block-based editor” and reiterated that it was important to continue learning JavaScript deeply. Not long after, the project was given a name, Gutenberg. The <a href="%2$s">first commit</a> occurred Feb 3, 2017 and the <a href="%3$s">first release</a> as a WordPress plugin in June 2017. Initially, Gutenberg was met with a bit of controversy, but the entire WordPress community rallied around the project to help ensure its success.
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Matt Mullenweg announced his plans to overhaul the editor during his <a href="%1$s">State of the Word address in 2016</a>. More specifically, he talked about creating a “block-based editor” and reiterated that it was important to continue learning JavaScript deeply. Not long after, the project was given a name, Gutenberg. The <a href="%2$s">first commit</a> occurred Feb 3, 2017 and the <a href="%3$s">first release</a> as a WordPress plugin in June 2017. Initially, Gutenberg was met with a bit of controversy, but the entire WordPress community rallied around the project to help ensure its success.

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With the release of <a href="%s">WordPress v4.7 “Vaughan”</a> in 2016, REST API endpoints were added for posts, comments, terms, users, meta, and settings. Content endpoints provided machine-readable external access to a WordPress site with a clear, standards-driven interface, paving the way for new and innovative methods of interacting with sites through plugins, themes, apps, and more.
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With the release of <a href="%s">WordPress v4.7 “Vaughan”</a> in 2016, REST API endpoints were added for posts, comments, terms, users, meta, and settings. Content endpoints provided machine-readable external access to a WordPress site with a clear, standards-driven interface, paving the way for new and innovative methods of interacting with sites through plugins, themes, apps, and more.

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In memory of <a href="%s">Kim Parsell</a>, in 2015 the WordPress Foundation created a scholarship to provide annual funding for a woman of any assigned sex, who contributes to WordPress, to attend WordCamp US.
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In memory of <a href="%s">Kim Parsell</a>, in 2015 the WordPress Foundation created a scholarship to provide annual funding for a woman of any assigned sex, who contributes to WordPress, to attend WordCamp US.

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It was, <a href="%1$s">at the time</a> (<a href="%2$s">2015</a>), the largest WordCamp ever in the world, and the very first national WordCamp US event. The Pennsylvania Convention Center opened its doors to more than 1,800 WordPress bloggers, designers, developers, and many others. Philadelphia Councilman David Oh <a href="%2$s">declared</a> December 5th ‘WordPress Day’ during the State of the Word address by Matt Mullenweg.
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It was, <a href="%1$s">at the time</a> (<a href="%2$s">2015</a>), the largest WordCamp ever in the world, and the very first national WordCamp US event. The Pennsylvania Convention Center opened its doors to more than 1,800 WordPress bloggers, designers, developers, and many others. Philadelphia Councilman David Oh <a href="%2$s">declared</a> December 5th ‘WordPress Day’ during the State of the Word address by Matt Mullenweg.

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W3Techs.com broke the Internet down and divided it by each content management system in 2015. WordPress <a href="%1$s">far exceeded</a> number two on the list, which was Joomla at just 2.8 percent. Matt Mullenweg <a href="%2$s">wrote</a>, <em>“The big opportunity is still the 57%% of websites that don’t use any identifiable CMS yet, and that’s where I think there is still a ton of growth for us (and I’m also rooting for all the other open source CMSes).”.</em> He also <a href="%3$s">tweeted</a> just these few words, <em>“Seventy-Five to Go”.</em>
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W3Techs.com broke the Internet down and divided it by each content management system in 2015. WordPress <a href="%1$s">far exceeded</a> number two on the list, which was Joomla at just 2.8 percent. Matt Mullenweg <a href="%2$s">wrote</a>, <em>“The big opportunity is still the 57%% of websites that don’t use any identifiable CMS yet, and that’s where I think there is still a ton of growth for us (and I’m also rooting for all the other open source CMSes).”.</em> He also <a href="%3$s">tweeted</a> just these few words, <em>“Seventy-Five to Go”.</em>

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As WordPress’ market share continued to grow, so did the amount of downloads from the plugin directory. WordPress was capable of building almost any type of website you could think of, and there were many smart people who jumped on board to build plugins, both free and premium. It was largely this rise of the WordPress entrepreneur that sent the download count over 1 billion in August, 2015.
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As WordPress’ market share continued to grow, so did the amount of downloads from the plugin directory. WordPress was capable of building almost any type of website you could think of, and there were many smart people who jumped on board to build plugins, both free and premium. It was largely this rise of the WordPress entrepreneur that sent the download count over 1 billion in August, 2015.

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With <a href="%s">WordPress v4.0 “Benny”</a> in 2014, it became possible to explore uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview made viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap. Embedding became a visual experience, showing a true preview of embedded content (such as YouTube videos) saving time and adding confidence. Writing and editing became even smoother and more immersive. The editor would now expand to fit content as you write, and the formatting tools were now available at all times.
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With <a href="%s">WordPress v4.0 “Benny”</a> in 2014, it became possible to explore uploads in a beautiful, endless grid. A new details preview made viewing and editing any amount of media in sequence a snap. Embedding became a visual experience, showing a true preview of embedded content (such as YouTube videos) saving time and adding confidence. Writing and editing became even smoother and more immersive. The editor would now expand to fit content as you write, and the formatting tools were now available at all times.

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