Editor Chat Summary

This post summarizes the weekly editor chat meeting on August 21, 2019 at 1300 UTC held in the core-editor Slack channel.

The agenda can be found here.

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Priorities for the week

Slack transcript.


Being worked on / Needs more work:

Task Coordination

Slack transcript.

@youknowriad Refresh to reusable blocks that closes multiple issues, triagged issues and reviewed PRs.

@karmatosed Triagged, mainly issues/PRs that need design feedback.

@kjellr Improvements to the inserter help panel (1, 2), changes to NUX tips, and tidying up animations (1, 2).

@jorgefilipecosta Explored mobile viewport in the editor (1, 2). To work on text color formatting, gradient backgrounds, cover blockBlock Block is the abstract term used to describe units of markup that, composed together, form the content or layout of a webpage using the WordPress editor. The idea combines concepts of what in the past may have achieved with shortcodes, custom HTML, and embed discovery into a single consistent API and user experience. resizing.

@mapk Looking into improving the sibling block inserter, helping on widgets work and @retrofox on a UIUI User interface solution for screen height PR.

Components package reorganization and bundle sizes

Agenda | Slack Transcript | Issue

The issue created by @nerrad sparked a conversation on how to control bundle size and offer options to bundle “what you need”:

  • The `wp_enqueue_script` model encourages people to use the whole bundle for a package, not the specific pieces you want.
  • There are concerns over creating too many packages that make discoverability difficult.
  • Overrall, this ties into how to make WordPress play nicely with dynamically loading dependencies as you need them (the SPA model).

To be discussed more in the issue and/or in future coreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress.-js chats.

e2e test and block deprecations

Agenda | Slack Transcript | Issue

  • @isabel_brison raised the issue that e2e tests fail due to block deprecations triggering a `console.warning`.
  • The restriction have been very valuable when it came to deprecate APIs, as to make sure core wasn no longer using them. It is not that useful in other contexts.
  • There is a draft PR to address the deprecation issue.

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