Customizer Chat Summary

Priorities for Customizer development in 4.3:
1) Customizer Concurrency (aka Control Locking)
2) Partial Refresh
3) Menu Customizer
4) Theme Installation
5) UI/UX changes

Customizer Concurrency doesn’t need much Core changes to implement (except for temp hooks maybe), so it makes sense to remain as a plugin, living here:
@westonruter aims to have beta ready by end of this week.

Partial Refresh is available as a feature plugin and can be tried out now:
There are a couple issues still needed for that one and feedback on the API for opt-in.

Menu Customizer will be picked back up to have that ready ASAP for merge review (probably needs about a month). @voldemortensen, @valendesigns, @westonruter, and @celloexpressions will all work on dev, as well as anyone else who wants to jump in. @sheri will get started with design review, possibly with help from others (@folletto). The plugin currently works with WordPress 4.1 or 4.2. We can push lots of testing to start happening now since it’s pretty much functionally complete. It just needs a lot of back-end improvements.

Theme Installation and UI/UX changes were not discussed in more detail and will be worked on as time allows after completing the first three items.

Slack logs.

#4-3, #customize, #menu-customizer, #menus