Keeping up with Gutenberg: Index 2023

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This page is the one place you can bookmark for GutenbergGutenberg The Gutenberg project is the new Editor Interface for WordPress. The editor improves the process and experience of creating new content, making writing rich content much simpler. It uses ‘blocks’ to add richness rather than shortcodes, custom HTML etc. team posts of CoreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress., Core-Editor, Core-js, Core-css, Design, MetaMeta Meta is a term that refers to the inside workings of a group. For us, this is the team that works on internal WordPress sites like WordCamp Central and Make WordPress., and Themes, and other teams, when relevant. It’s a chronological listing, not topical. Latest on top.

January 2023

2023-01-26 #fse-outreach-experiments Hallway Hangout: Themer Goodies Edition (r)

2023-01-26 #meta Redesign Recent Launches (u)

2023-01-20 #core-editor What’s new in Gutenberg 15.0? (18 January) (u)

2023-01-19 #core-editor Editor chat summary: 18 January, 2023 (m)

2023-01-18 #updated Big Picture Goals 2023 (u)

2023-01-17 #core WordPress 6.2 Planning Roundup (u)

2023-01-17 #core-dev-blogblog (versus network, site) Some very cool things can happen when you hit Enter in a block. (r)

2023-01-16 #design A refresh of (u)

2023-01-16 #design Design Share: Jan 2-Jan 13 (u)

2023-01-16 #fse-outreach-experiments FSE Program Running Through Refinements Summary (u)

2023-01-12 #core-dev-blog Using the box shadow feature for themes (r)

2023-01-11 #core-dev-blog Can you help with topics for the WordPress Developer Blog? (u)

2023-01-11 #core-dev-blog Developer Blog – Editorial meeting: January 5, 2023 (u)

2023-01-11 #fse-outreach-experiments FSE Program Testing Call #20: Find Your Style (u)

2023-01-11 #core-editor Editor chat summary: Wednesday, 11 January 2023 (u)

2023-01-11 #core-editor Update on the work to make building interactive blocks easier (u)

2023-01-10 #core-editor Editor chat summary: Wednesday, 4 January 2023 (u)

2023-01-06 #core Core Editor Improvement: Advancing the Site Editor experience (u)

2023-01-04 #core-editor What’s new in Gutenberg 14.9? (4 January) (u)

2023-01-04 #core-test Proposal to Update Test Handbook Homepage

2023-01-02 #design Design Share: Dec 19–Dec 30 (u)

2023-01-02 #core The Keeping up with Gutenberg Index 2022 is now a child page of this year. (u)

Happy New Year! 🎆 🙌 🎉🥂 Welcome to the 4th year of Gutenberg Index.


  • #team identifies a team’s WordPress Slack channel. Join the Slack space.
  • (m) = Meeting Summaries/Notes, check here for meeting days and times
  • (r) = general resource
  • (u) = indicates an update to software, methods, processes or discussions
  • We use universal date format in yyyy-mm-dd to indicate publication date.
  • Separators divide the list by weeks
  • This page started in January 2021. The index started in July 2020

Big thanks to Anne McCarthy @annezazu and William Patton @williampatton for support and review.

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