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Join the WordPress Community Unisciti alla comunità di WordPress Details
Join the WordPress Community

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Created by the community. Creato dalla community. Details
Created by the community.

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Onboarding of current leaders in the community Formazione dei leader attuali della community Details
Onboarding of current leaders in the community

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Recruitment of future leaders in the community Reclutamento di futuri leader della community Details
Recruitment of future leaders in the community

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<strong>Open Source stewards</strong>: Iterate on WordPress’ open source methodologies to guide and sustain long term success for WordPress as well as the overall open source community that we are part of. <strong>Amministratori Open Source</strong>: ripetere le metodologie open source di WordPress per guidare e sostenere il successo a lungo termine di WordPress e dell'intera comunità open source di cui facciamo parte. Details
<strong>Open Source stewards</strong>: Iterate on WordPress’ open source methodologies to guide and sustain long term success for WordPress as well as the overall open source community that we are part of.

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<strong>For the Community</strong> <strong>Per la community</strong> Details
<strong>For the Community</strong>

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<strong>For the Community</strong>Share our knowledge and resources in a way that inspires and motivates our users to action. <strong>Per la community</strong> – Condividere la nostra conoscenza e le nostre risorse ispirando e motivando i nostri utenti all'azione. Details
<strong>For the Community</strong>Share our knowledge and resources in a way that inspires and motivates our users to action.

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Getting to 40% of the web came with lots of hard work from our amazing WordPress community. Raggiungere il 40% del web è stato possibile grazie al duro lavoro della nostra straordinaria community di WordPress. Details
Getting to 40% of the web came with lots of hard work from our amazing WordPress community.

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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. Nel 2019, Matt Mullenweg ha osservato un momento di silenzio per <a href="%s">Alex Mills (viper007bond)</a>, membro di lunga data della comunità, scomparso dopo una lunga battaglia contro la leucemia. Alex è stato un collaboratore di WordPress molto gentile, creativo e prolifico. Details
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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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$s">first release</a> as a WordPress plugin in June 2017. Initially, Gutenberg was met with a bit of controversy, but the entire WordPress community rallied around the project to help ensure its success. Matt Mullenweg ha annunciato i suoi piani per rinnovare l'editor durante il suo <a href="%1$s">discorso sullo State of the Word nel 2016</a>. Più specificamente, ha parlato della creazione di un "editor basato su blocchi" e ha ribadito che era importante continuare ad apprendere approfonditamente JavaScript. Non molto tempo dopo, al progetto fu dato un nome, Gutenberg. Il <a href="%2$s">primo commit</a> è avvenuto il 3 febbraio 2017 e la <a href="%3$s">prima versione</a> come plugin di WordPress è stata rilasciata nel giugno 2017. Inizialmente, Gutenberg è stato accolto con un po' di polemiche, ma l'intera comunità di WordPress si è radunata attorno al progetto per assicurarne il successo. Details
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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WordCamp Europe, in 2013, was the first large-scale WordCamp to be held in Europe. By large-scale, we mean big. And by big, we mean awesome. This was a chance for the European WordPress community to gather together in the idyllic town of Leiden to geek-out, share experiences, do business, and most of all, talk WordPress. WordCamp Europe, nel 2013, è stato il primo WordCamp su larga scala che si è tenuto in Europa. Per grande scala, intendiamo grande. E per grande, intendiamo fantastico. Questa è stata un'occasione per la comunità europea di WordPress di riunirsi nell'idilliaca città di Leida per divertirsi, condividere esperienze, fare affari e, soprattutto, parlare di WordPress. Details
WordCamp Europe, in 2013, was the first large-scale WordCamp to be held in Europe. By large-scale, we mean big. And by big, we mean awesome. This was a chance for the European WordPress community to gather together in the idyllic town of Leiden to geek-out, share experiences, do business, and most of all, talk WordPress.

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The first en-masse, invitation-only WordPress community get-together — <a href="%s">The Community Summit</a> — took place in 2012. The Community Summit focused on issues facing WordPress software development and the wider WordPress community. Community members nominated themselves and others to receive an invitation; a team of 18 people reviewed and voted on who would be invited. The attendees — active contributors, bloggers, plugin and theme developers, and business owners from across the WordPress community — came to Tybee Island, Georgia, to talk about WordPress. Il primo incontro di massa della community di WordPress solo su invito — <a href="%s">The Community Summit</a> — si è svolto nel 2012. Il Community Summit si è concentrato sui problemi che riguardano lo sviluppo del software WordPress e dell'ampia comunità di WordPress. I membri della comunità hanno nominato se stessi e altri per ricevere un invito; un team di 18 persone ha esaminato e votato chi sarebbe stato invitato. I partecipanti - collaboratori attivi, blogger, sviluppatori di plugin e temi e titolari di aziende di tutta la comunità di WordPress - si sono incontrati a Tybee Island, in Georgia, per parlare di WordPress. Details
The first en-masse, invitation-only WordPress community get-together — <a href="%s">The Community Summit</a> — took place in 2012. The Community Summit focused on issues facing WordPress software development and the wider WordPress community. Community members nominated themselves and others to receive an invitation; a team of 18 people reviewed and voted on who would be invited. The attendees — active contributors, bloggers, plugin and theme developers, and business owners from across the WordPress community — came to Tybee Island, Georgia, to talk about WordPress.

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The <a href="%s">community was pleased</a> with decoupling WordPress the project from Automattic the company. It gave people more confidence that Automattic was not out to dominate the WordPress commercial ecosystem. La <a href="%s">comunità è stata soddisfatta</a> di aver separato il progetto WordPress dalla società Automattic. Ha dato alle persone più fiducia nel fatto che Automattic non avesse intenzione di dominare l'ecosistema commerciale di WordPress. Details
The <a href="%s">community was pleased</a> with decoupling WordPress the project from Automattic the company. It gave people more confidence that Automattic was not out to dominate the WordPress commercial ecosystem.

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The change meant that users of varying skill levels needed to relearn WordPress. The growing WordPress tutorial community would need to retake every screenshot and reshoot every video. However, when WordPress users upgraded, the <a href="%s">feedback was positive</a>. Users loved the new interface. They found it intuitive and easy to use — finally demonstrating that it wasn’t change they had been unhappy with just nine months earlier — but the interface itself. Il cambiamento significava che gli utenti con diversi livelli di abilità dovevano imparare di nuovo WordPress. La crescente community di tutorial di WordPress avrebbe avuto bisogno di rivedere ogni screenshot e di rifare ogni video. Tuttavia, quando gli utenti di WordPress hanno eseguito l'aggiornamento, il <a href="%s">feedback è stato positivo</a>. Gli utenti hanno adorato la nuova interfaccia. L'hanno trovata intuitiva e facile da usare, dimostrando infine che solo nove mesi prima non erano stati scontenti del cambiamento, ma dell'interfaccia stessa. Details
The change meant that users of varying skill levels needed to relearn WordPress. The growing WordPress tutorial community would need to retake every screenshot and reshoot every video. However, when WordPress users upgraded, the <a href="%s">feedback was positive</a>. Users loved the new interface. They found it intuitive and easy to use — finally demonstrating that it wasn’t change they had been unhappy with just nine months earlier — but the interface itself.

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With <a href="%s">WordPress v2.7 “Coltrane”</a> in 2008, the admin user interface changed drastically. When screenshots of the changes appeared on community blogs, the inevitable question was “why are they changing it again?” WordPress v2.5’s design hadn’t quite settled in before another huge change came about with the implementation in v2.7. Con <a href="%s">WordPress v2.7 “Coltrane”</a> nel 2008, l'interfaccia utente di amministrazione è cambiata drasticamente. Quando gli screenshot delle modifiche sono apparsi sui blog della community, l'inevitabile domanda era "perché lo stanno cambiando di nuovo?" Il design di WordPress v2.5 non si era ancora stabilizzato prima che avvenisse un altro enorme cambiamento con l'implementazione nella v2.7. Details
With <a href="%s">WordPress v2.7 “Coltrane”</a> in 2008, the admin user interface changed drastically. When screenshots of the changes appeared on community blogs, the inevitable question was “why are they changing it again?” WordPress v2.5’s design hadn’t quite settled in before another huge change came about with the implementation in v2.7.

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