At WebDevStudios (WDS), we don’t stop giving back, including our constant participation in Five for the Future. Whether it’s speaking at or organizing a WordCamp event, or participating in a number of open-source projects, our team is always working toward making the web a better place.
Tomorrow, Friday, August 2nd, is another day that we will be giving back to WordPress in order to improve the internet and empower the WordPress community. As a company, WDS is devoting our entire workday to Five for the Future. And if you are unaware of what this initiative is, please read Matt Mullenweg’s blog post on the purpose behind it.
As he states, five percent can add up to a lot. Add to that the talent behind our engineers, support technicians, project managers, business development team, and executives, and our contribution to this cause is that much more impactful.
How? Take a look at some of the ways our team has donated their time and efforts in the past months. Mind you, this is just a sampling of their contribution, but as you will see, it’s pretty impressive.
You can join us on Five for the Future Friday, too! Here are some ways to do that. Or, simply follow the hashtag #5ftf on Twitter to see what our team members are up to and tweet them if you’re interested in pitching in. Let’s all high-five to Five for the Future.
It's another #5FTF day here at @webdevstudios – today I'm building out the @wpottawa WordCamp website and working on my talk for @wordcamphamont. Open for any Twitter questions as well!
— Meagan Hanes 🌈 (@mhanes) May 1, 2019
Hi, Sandy. I’m @webdevstudios editor & writer. I volunteer as tribute. Let’s chat about what editing and/or content creation I can do for you today. 🙂 #5ftf
— Laura Coronado (@lollieshopping) May 1, 2019
#5FTF @webdevstudios today and working on finalizing the first batch of speakers for #WordCampIloilo2019 pic.twitter.com/AnFv0Qo7fe
— JC Mae Palmes (@jpalmes) May 1, 2019
I built a boilerplate! 🙀 Gulp, Grunt, Webpack are not required to make websites. With @npmjs scripts you can compile Sass, compress images, sprites, JS and more.
👉 Check out https://t.co/vGyDI3PXD9
Thanks @webdevstudios for giving me the day to contribute! 🙏 #5ftf #webdev
— Greg Rickaby 👨🏼💻 (@GregRickaby) May 1, 2019
proud that @webdevstudios *still* holds down the whole #5ftf of #wordpress.
today: workin’ on some meta box functionality on our object-oriented library for code. h/t to @_jmichaelward for kicking off that project. pic.twitter.com/KwmwZJm3za
— Tom McFarlin (@tommcfarlin) June 3, 2019
Today’s #5FTF at @webdevstudios! Today I’m continuing my adventures in connecting Twitter to WordPress, now with @_jmichaelward’s OOPS-WP framework to keep things organized.
— Evan Hildreth (@oddevan) June 3, 2019
Building out a custom Beaver Builder module to list LEGO sets I’d like to own, or do own(not many). I’ve got my trusty Saturn V rocket here to inspire. 🚀@webdevstudios #5ftf #WDSLunch pic.twitter.com/Qqumm9HlXy
— Marty O’Connor (@martinjdolan) June 3, 2019
Time for #WDSLunch! Ask some questions on https://t.co/abPxxMViNS and get some answers (after my coffee ☕️ break)! @webdevstudios happy #5ftf day! pic.twitter.com/g1GNjtygNg
— Zach Owen (@znowebdev) June 3, 2019
WP NoteUp 1.3.0 goes out for @WebDevStudio #5ftf Day this month! https://t.co/WxfB52dmeX
— Aubrey Portwood (@aubreypwd) June 3, 2019
#5FTF day at @webdevstudios is the best… Helped some people out via forum support (some submitted feature requests 😍). Then I'll be gettin' WP-Strava prepped to work with the new @Strava API refresh tokens
— Justin Fœll (@justinfoell) June 3, 2019
UPDATE: #5FTF at @webdevstudios: I created a plugin that generates a scaffolding page for displaying Gutenberg blocks. When the plugin is deactivated the page will be removed. Step 1 complete 🤓. Step 2 involves creating layouts. pic.twitter.com/QHZF5oK6YN
— Mike England (@mikelikethebike) July 5, 2019