April 5th Support Team Meeting Summary


  • Common Gutenberg Questions – Keep populating the document if you come upon anything that should be covered by it. The callout may not have been in 4.9.5, but it’s imminent and it never hurts to be prepared
  • The Community Code of Conduct project team is having a survey they’d love to be shared as widely as possible within the community.

WordPress 4.9.5

WordPress 4.9.5 was released two days ago. So far we haven’t had any trouble.


Did you do a volunteer onboarding session with us in the past, and would you be willing to share feedback on it? Or, would you be interested in joining an upcoming volunteer onboarding session?

If so, please reach out to @zoonini in SlackSlack Slack is a Collaborative Group Chat Platform https://slack.com/. The WordPress community has its own Slack Channel at https://make.wordpress.org/chat/.!

In our onboarding sessions, you’ll learn how to use the forums, how to best help people, and you’ll make a few friends along the way. 🙂

Our last onboarding session was in February.

Checking in with international liaisons

The Swedish, German, Brazilian, and Greek communities had representatives stop by our meeting this week.

If you do support for WordPress in non-English speaking communities, please do stop by and say hello during our meetings so we can share experiences.


@macmanx @otto42 @geoffreyshilling @bcworkz @contentiskey @cthreelabs @zoonini @numeeja @tobifjellner @zodiac1978 @valeriosza @sterndata @firoz2456 @xkon attended.

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

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