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WordPress leadership was expanded in 2019 to help lead the project more efficiently. Josepha Haden Chomphosy was named Executive Director and took on day-to-day operations of the project as well as support of contributor teams.
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WordPress leadership was expanded in 2019 to help lead the project more efficiently. Josepha Haden Chomphosy was named Executive Director and took on day-to-day operations of the project as well as support of contributor teams.

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WordCamp Ireland, organized by <a href="%1$s">Sabrina Kent</a> and <a href="%2$s">Katherine Nolan</a>, was the first WordPress event <a href="%3$s">to offer activities for kids ages 3-12</a>. Krishna De might be the first person to coin the term “<a href="%4$s">Kids Camp</a>.” More events for kids followed, as outlined by <a href="%5$s">this list</a>, which is current through 2019.
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WordCamp Ireland, organized by <a href="%1$s">Sabrina Kent</a> and <a href="%2$s">Katherine Nolan</a>, was the first WordPress event <a href="%3$s">to offer activities for kids ages 3-12</a>. Krishna De might be the first person to coin the term “<a href="%4$s">Kids Camp</a>.” More events for kids followed, as outlined by <a href="%5$s">this list</a>, which is current through 2019.

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First “Kids Camp” at WordCamp
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First “Kids Camp” at WordCamp

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February 17th, 2021 marked the 100th release of Gutenberg, and while that looks remarkable on the outside, the release itself holds what all the other releases did. It holds improvements to existing features, it fixes bugs that users reported, it adds new features, and it highlights experiments with new ideas. What is remarkable about the release is the people. The ones who were with us from the start, the ones who were with us but left, the ones who joined in our journey, everyone who helped along the way, everyone who provided feedback, everyone who got their hands dirty, and everyone who has used this editor, tried to extend it, and provided ideas.
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February 17th, 2021 marked the 100th release of Gutenberg, and while that looks remarkable on the outside, the release itself holds what all the other releases did. It holds improvements to existing features, it fixes bugs that users reported, it adds new features, and it highlights experiments with new ideas. What is remarkable about the release is the people. The ones who were with us from the start, the ones who were with us but left, the ones who joined in our journey, everyone who helped along the way, everyone who provided feedback, everyone who got their hands dirty, and everyone who has used this editor, tried to extend it, and provided ideas.

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In 2021, the <a href="%s">TT1 Blocks theme</a> was released as an experimental block-based version of the Twenty Twenty-One theme. It’s been created to leverage full-site editing functionality that is being built in the Gutenberg plugin. Not meant for use on a production site yet.
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In 2021, the <a href="%s">TT1 Blocks theme</a> was released as an experimental block-based version of the Twenty Twenty-One theme. It’s been created to leverage full-site editing functionality that is being built in the Gutenberg plugin. Not meant for use on a production site yet.

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With a brand-new default theme as a canvas, and support for an ever-growing collection of blocks as brushes, it became possible to paint with words, pictures, sound, or rich embedded media.
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With a brand-new default theme as a canvas, and support for an ever-growing collection of blocks as brushes, it became possible to paint with words, pictures, sound, or rich embedded media.

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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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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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