Day 10: #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks

Welcome to Day 10 of the #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks campaign, twenty days of celebrating WordPress and the WordPress community leading up to the 20th Anniversary of WordPress. We are halfway through our countdown!

Do you have more questions about how to participate? Let us know in the #marketing Slack channel or on the FAQ page.

Prompt 10/20

Blog: Check out the WordPress Roadmap (or this Roadmap to 6.3). What upcoming WordPress projects are you most excited to see happen? Post your response on a WordPress website and link it in the comments.

Develop: Fork Hello Dolly and replace the lyrics that appear in the WordPress dashboard with lines from your favorite song (poem, musical, book, film, etc.). Then post it on your GitHubGitHub GitHub is a website that offers online implementation of git repositories that can easily be shared, copied and modified by other developers. Public repositories are free to host, private repositories require a paid subscription. GitHub introduced the concept of the ‘pull request’ where code changes done in branches by contributors can be reviewed and discussed before being merged be the repository owner. Link to your fork in the comments. (Extra credit: Tell us what you replaced the lyrics with.)

Design: Design a logo, homepage, or flyer for an imaginary WordCampWordCamp WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress. They're one of the places where the WordPress community comes together to teach one another what they’ve learned throughout the year and share the joy. Learn more. at any (real or imaginary) location you choose. Share your creation wherever you like (website, social media, digital art account, etc.), tag it #WP20, and post the link in the comments.

Photograph: Share a photo of a memorable moment with fellow WordPress community members. Post it on your preferred social network, and tag it #WP20. Share the link to your social post in the comments. (Extra credit: TagTag Tag is one of the pre-defined taxonomies in WordPress. Users can add tags to their WordPress posts along with categories. However, while a category may cover a broad range of topics, tags are smaller in scope and focused to specific topics. Think of them as keywords used for topics discussed in a particular post. the people in the picture and tell us about the moment.)

Contribute: Comment on, contribute to, or watch the #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks: Unique Badge Event Trac ticket to help us create and implement commemorative #WP20 badges. Link to your comment or contribution, or just let us know you’re watching!

Note: You can share context in your comment if you like, but don’t forget to include the link as specified in each prompt.

If none of these actions work for you, feel free to make your own WordPress-focused action. Anyone who shares at least one action as a comment on a #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks post before or on May 27 will have the achievement acknowledged by the Marketing team. Folx who share an action on all 20 posts before WordCamp US in August 2023 will get an additional acknowledgement of their accomplishment.

Previous Prompts

Contributors to the #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks campaign include: @ninianepress, @ngreennc, @nomadskateboarding, @santanainniss, @sereedmedia, @courane01, @meaganhanes, @costdev, @felix, @joen, @boogah, @quizzycal, @tobifjellner, @annezazu, @psykro, @flixos90, @rmartinezduque.