I think the hardest thing about getting into contributing to WordPress Core is knowing where to start. Once you have your development environment setup ready to go – then what? You need something to work on, you need a ticket.
WordPress 4.7 was just released and it marks the sixth release in a row that I have been lucky enough to contribute to. Contributing to WordPress core has always been a personal goal for me and while I had made attempts in the past, it wasn’t until I joined 10up that I was finally able to […]
A while ago I was working on a patch to refresh the code for the default widgets that are included with WordPress Core. One of the changes made was to replace the i18n methods currently in-place with their counterparts that escape and translate the output. This is a pretty common practice as translation files can be a potential […]
It was a very simple patch, just removing some code that is no longer needed, but now that ticket #31485 has been committed, I will have contributor props for WordPress 4.2! Update: 4.2 was released today and I am very happy to have played a (small) part in it! Photos or it didn’t happen!