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The 2018 version of the annual address to the WordPress community, this year covering the 5.0 release, Gutenberg, and what's coming next.

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WordPress State of the Word 2018

  1. 1. State of the Nashville, TN WORD 2018
  2. 2. WordPress It’s why we’re here_ #WCUS
  3. 3. WordPress Backed by the full faith and credit of every person and company that depends on it_
  4. 4. WordPress The Four Freedoms_ 1.Freedom to run the program for any purpose. 2.Freedom to study how the program works and change it to make it do what you wish. 3.Freedom to redistribute. 4.Freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to others.
  5. 5. WordPress The data is portable. Run it just about anywhere from AWS to a Raspberry Pi_
  6. 6. WordPress It’s both free and priceless_
  7. 7. WordPress Keep your WordPress your entire life and grow it with you. We’ll keep it updated_
  8. 8. WordPress Supported by a robust commercial ecosystem of over $10B/year_
  9. 9. WordPress Democratizing publishing_
  10. 10. To us, “Democratize” means Everyone can use it regardless of language spoken, device used, physical ability, income, location, or technical proficiency_
  11. 11. 32.5% Market Share “When you think about it, we’re kind of building a web operating system.” —2014
  12. 12. WordPress It’s why we’re here_
  13. 13. WordPress If you’re watching this, you’re in rarefied air compared to most other WordPressers_
  14. 14. WordPress We’ve still got some problems_
  15. 15. “This feels like writing a blog back in 2005.”
  16. 16. “Add two images side-by-side. Why can’t I do that?!”
  17. 17. “This is very finicky. This does not work.”
  18. 18. “Why? Why are you not moving?”
  19. 19. “When I go to Add Media, there’s no video available for me to add.”
  20. 20. “How would I add a caption? I have no clue.”
  21. 21. “If you’ve ever tried to copy text from a Microsoft Word document and then paste it into a post or page within WordPress, then you know that text never looks right when you publish it to your blog. Suffice it to say, Word and WordPress are not very compatible.” — Susan Gunelius LifeWire https://www.lifewire.com/copy-paste-from-word-to- wordpress-3476800
  22. 22. WordPress Blocks are predictable, tactile, and can be simple like a text block, or as rich as an ecommerce interface.
  23. 23. Building a site with Gutenberg
  24. 24. Copy & Paste in Gutenberg
  25. 25. Export a block in Gutenberg
  26. 26. Import a block in Gutenberg
  27. 27. How it performed_ Gutenberg //phase 1 1.2 million Active installs 1.2 million Posts written 39,000 Written yesterday
  28. 28. Where we are_ Gutenberg //phase 1 8,684 Commits 340+ Contributors
  29. 29. Who’s sharing it_ Gutenberg //phase 1 277 WordCamp talks 555 Meetup events 1,000+ Blog posts // 1285% // 620%
  30. 30. Gutenberg-ready themes are growing_ Themes
  31. 31. A new default theme_ Twenty Nineteen
  32. 32. Built with Gutenberg_ Twenty Nineteen
  33. 33. The Indigo Mill https://theindigomill.com/ Websites Image Block
  34. 34. Lumina Solar https://www.luminasolar.com/ Websites Custom Feature Block
  35. 35. “Learn blocks deeply.”
  36. 36. It’s what we’re made of_ Blocks 70 Native blocks 100+ 3rd-party blocks 1,000+ Layout configurations
  37. 37. In the wild_ Blocks
  38. 38. Yoast SEO - Yoast
  39. 39. 360 Image - Kevin Bazira
  40. 40. AMP v1.0 - WP, VIP, XWP, Google, Contributors
  41. 41. Drop it - Riad Benguella
  42. 42. Ecwid Shopping Cart - Ecwid
  43. 43. WooCommerce - Automattic
  44. 44. BigCommerce - BigCommerce
  45. 45. Organic Profile block - Organic Themes
  46. 46. Recipe blocks - WPZOOM
  47. 47. Tarot block - George Stephanis
  48. 48. Sketch block - Dennis Snell
  49. 49. Jetpack Form block - Automattic
  50. 50. Guidepost block - Nick Hamze
  51. 51. Ghostwriting block - Nick Hamze
  52. 52. Spoiler Alert block - Nick Hamze
  53. 53. Caxton: PootlePressCaxton Shape Divider block - PootlePress
  54. 54. Block plugins are multiplying_ Blocks Otter Blocks Storefront Blocks GhostKit Editor Blocks Mega Blocks Snow Monkey Blocks
  55. 55. Libraries are emerging_ Blocks
  56. 56. Libraries are emerging_ Blocks
  57. 57. Libraries are emerging_ Blocks
  58. 58. Building blocks is getting easier too_ Blocks
  59. 59. Building blocks is getting easier too_ Blocks
  60. 60. Building blocks is getting easier too_ Blocks
  61. 61. Building blocks is getting easier too_ Blocks
  62. 62. je n'arrive pas à construire ma page. c'est trop difficile. je veux avoir un editeur simple pour construire ma page. Do you remember if it looked like this, with plus signs that you could click to add content into the page? Like "blocks" of content?  oui
  63. 63. Regardless of device used 2018 52.97% Desktop 44.19% Mobile 03.74% Tablet
  64. 64. Responsive We’re future- proofing the new editor_
  65. 65. We’re preparing to meet all our user’s needs_ Mobile Apps 1.3M posts published last month 3.1M photos & videos uploaded
  66. 66. We’re merging Gutenberg and the mobile apps_ Beta Editor in Feb. 2019 Mobile Apps
  67. 67. WordPress exists to increase access to publishing. We had fundamental, core problems. Gutenberg Phase 1 begins to address them. Blocks are the new mental model of WordPress. We’re bringing this all to the devices of the future. To Review
  68. 68. You’ve improved not only software, but the lives of many. Thank you, Phase 1 Matias Ventura Joen Asmussen Tammie Lister
  69. 69. What’s in store?_ Gutenberg //phase 2
  70. 70. The next challenge_ Customizing outside of the page/post content is complicated. Gutenberg //phase 2
  71. 71. This is your site_ //currently
  72. 72. Content editor_ //phase 1
  73. 73. Widgets & menus_ //phase 2
  74. 74. This is your site on widgets_ //currently
  75. 75. Possible progression_ //phase 2
  76. 76. Blocks in the customizer_ //phase 2
  77. 77. //phase 2 Blocks in context_
  78. 78. //phase 2 Blocks in context_
  79. 79. //phase 2 Experimenting with menus_
  80. 80. //phase 2 Editing menus inline_
  81. 81. Phase 1_ // Done Gutenberg Fundamental blocks for writing & editing.
  82. 82. Phase 2_ // 2019 Gutenberg Outside of post_content. Focus on customization. Upgrading themes, widgets, & menus. Early version of phase 2 will be in the plugin. Reactivate it!
  83. 83. What are Phases 3 & 4?
  84. 84. Phase 3_ // 2020+ Gutenberg Collaboration. Multi-user editing of Gutenberg. Workflows.
  85. 85. Phase 4_ // 2020+ Gutenberg “Regardless of language spoken” An official way for WordPress to support multilingual sites.
  86. 86. With Gutenberg merged, let’s expand core_ Core is open - Create a navigation menu block. - Port all widgets to blocks. - Add block support to 
 widget editing. - Register theme content areas 
 visually in Gutenberg. - Site health check. - Add optional auto-updates for
 plugins, themes, and major 
 versions of WordPress. - Create a block directory 
 on WordPress.org. - Tackle our 6,500 open issues.
  87. 87. April 2019 PHP 5.6 Minimum PHP version December 2019 PHP 7
  88. 88. You’ve supported us and given us such great memories. Thank you, 4.9 173+ million Downloads 68.4% running 4.9
  89. 89. 4.9 -> 4.9.8 Release cycles 9 Security fixes 250 Bug fixes // Improved customer flows // Enhancements to code editor // Widget updates // Site-building improvements // GDPR support |-Privacy policy page |-Date handling |-Notification of cookies // ‘Try Gutenberg’ callout
  90. 90. 5.0 Released_ WordPress
  91. 91. WordPress 4.7 2,208,468 installs Active sites after 1 day WordPress 5.0 2,354,502 installs

  92. 92. Gutenberg plugin Classic Editor 5.0 deactivates G-plugin by default 561,478 installs 811,679 installs // 162,162 // 124,788
  93. 93. Yes, that just happened. 2018
  94. 94. Need the various teams across WordPress working together better. Need to keep learning JavaScript… even more deeply. Importance of triage and code freezes. Always announce release dates. Here’s what we learned
  95. 95. Betas were tested more than other releases. Here’s what we learned 100X more testing
  96. 96. Open source is amazing. Here’s what we learned Open source is difficult to develop in public.
  97. 97. Securing websites_ HTTPS:// 57% of WordPress sites using HTTPS // 20.8% Jan 2017 July 2017 Jan 2018 July 2018 25% 50% 75%
  98. 98. Attribution: David Needham
  99. 99. WordCamps Growing every year_ 145 WordCamps in 48 countries // 13.3%
  100. 100. WordCamps Growing every year_ 45,206 Tickets sold // 14.1%
  101. 101. WordCamps Growing every year_ 1,319 Organizers 2,651 Speakers 1,175 Sponsors // 33.2% // 13.0% // 5.1%
  102. 102. Meetups An endless community_ 351,818 Members 687 Meetup groups 5,450 Meetup events // 51.7% // 24.0% // 24.4%
  103. 103. do_action do_action supports charitable organizations by creating their online presence. Where we’ve been in 2018:  // Bristol, UK // Pune, IND // Moscow, RUS // Zurich,CHE // McAllen, TX, USA // Lagos, NGA // Cape Town, ZAF // Harare, ZWE // Stuttgart, DEU // Beirut, LBN // Montreal, CAN // Port Harcourt, NGA
  104. 104. Intro to open source workshops These workshops seek to highlight the potential of open source software in regions where there is less participation in OSS projects. // Kumasi, Ghana // Udaipur, India // Casteries, St Lucia // Baranquilla, Colombia
  105. 105. WordPress Foundation Donated to_ // $10,000 // $10,000 // $10,000 Internet Archive Girl Develop It Black Girls Code
  106. 106. Support the WordPress Foundation http://wordpressfoundation.org/donate/ $3,445 Raised since last SotW 42 Annually recurring donors 85 Unique donors
  107. 107. Where it all comes together_ WordPress.org
  108. 108. /about WordPress.org
  109. 109. /download WordPress.org
  110. 110. /[username] WordPress.org https://profiles.
  111. 111. /support WordPress.org
  112. 112. /gutenberg WordPress.org
  113. 113. Attribution: Thomas Hawk on Flickr. CC BY-NC 2.0
  114. 114. Thank you, sponsors_
  115. 115. Thank you, organizers_
  116. 116. Thank you, 200+ volunteers_
  117. 117. Q & A With Matt Mullenweg matt.blog ma.tt @photomatt #wcus
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