Blog: WordPress was launched 20 years ago on May 27, 2003. Share a memory, a picture, or tell us a story about where were you in 2003. (If you weren’t born yet, tell us that too.) Post your response on a WordPress website and link it in the comments.
Develop: Comment or submit a pull request on the oldest ticket in Core Trac you can contribute to. Post a link to your work in the comments (and tell us how long ago the ticket was created).
Design: Find a photo or image from the year WordPress was founded (2003) and the year you started contributing (or this year), then create a new image combining both. Share your creation wherever you like (website, social media, digital art account, etc.), tag it #WP20, and post the link in the comments.
Photograph: Find a picture of yourself from 2003 (or the year you started using WordPress), post it on your preferred social network, and tag it #WP20. Share the link to your social post in the comments.
Contribute: Shout-out to the first person you met in WordPress on your social media with a post, a video or audio message, or an image. TagTagTag 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. them and #WP20. Share the link to your social post in the comments.
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.