March 2nd Support Team Meeting Summary


  • Please make sure that you’re using the latest Also Viewing script, released about a month ago (and most recently updated yesterday).

WordPress 4.7.2

We have nothing new to add to the known issues for 4.7 this week.

2017 Community Summit

The Support Team’s invitations to the 2017 Community Summit, and topics which we would like to participate in (based on those that passed with a majority vote), have been officially proposed.

Handling Non-automated Spam from Flagged Users

If you encounter automated spam from bots (or really terrible users) that you intend to 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., please do mark it as Spam, that will never change.

However, if you encounter spam from a user that is most likely human who you intend to Flag (or who has already been Flagged), please simply Archive it. Spam is emptied regularly, which means we lose it as a historical record quite often, but the Archive is forever and handy to refer to for questions like “I wonder how bad that spam from this possibly reformed user was?”

Linking to the Forum Welcome/Guidelines/Rules

We don’t know how much longer the Codex will be around, so please link to the new Forum Welcome in our Handbook for all appropriate instances, rather than the old one on the Codex.

Checkin with International Support Liaisons


@macmanx @samuelsidler @fierevere @sergeybiryukov @bcworkz @clorith @zodiac1978 @kidsguide @kmessinger @t-p @bdbrown @cristianozanca @hardeepasrani @voldemortensen @wido @abletec @zoonini @sterndata @otto42 @jdembowski @stephencottontail @bethannon1 @imazed @tnash @ipstenu @johnjamesjacoby attended

Read the meeting transcript in the Slack archives. (A Slack account is required)