The Big Event Came and Went…

… and two things I got out of it were a lovely t-shirt and an even lovelier chat with the loveliest-of-all Laura Remmers, which led to some healthy snack tips from Germany!

If you were in the large crowd of people at the WP Cafe in Berlin (WordCamp Europe 2019), and were unable to make your voice heard and / or would simply like to participate a little bit,,, then feel free to comment here! (below) 😀

I was mainly surrounded by “developers, developers, developers, developers, …” … talking Geek speak… to me. 😐

Are there any translators here who can help?

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Linking Together the WordPress Community

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About two years ago, I asked Matt Mullenweg a question. Basically, I suggested WordPress ought to recognize its role as an open source search engine, and to realize that this is something the world actually desperately needs. There’s a video of the Q&A event in Paris on the homepage of wordpress.tv, and I created a deep link to my particular question here.

To summarize, Matt’s
answer was excellent. He addressed all of the main relevant issues
with great technical expertise. And he also addressed one of the main
critical shortcomings – and so that issue is something I want to
address here.

Matt acknowledged that “You could have sites that tie together better than they do today”.

In the following, I want to compartmentalize various aspects of the WordPress community. By and large, WordPress consists of humans and technology – and also the interactions between some humans and other…

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