February’s Five for the Future Is Here!

A short month won’t deter WebDevStudios (WDS) from dedicating the last Friday of February to Five for the Future. All a short month does is make the opportunity to contribute to WordPress happen sooner, and because WDS loves to participate, we’re that much more grateful for it. Get ready, folks. Tomorrow, February 26th, WDS is dedicating the entire workday to giving back to WordPress and the community via the Five for the Future (#5FTF) initiative.

What does it mean when we say we’re dedicating a day to #5FTF? Well, WDS gives our team the day off from client projects so the workday can be used to focus on:

  • Contributing to the WordPress core
  • Developing free plugins
  • Creating helpful WordPress content
  • Transcribing WordCamp talks
  • Continuing the development of our Next.js WordPress Starter
  • Donating time and talent toward a virtual WordCamp, conference, or seminar
  • Anything that helps make WordPress better

What’s really cool is when others from outside of WDS recognize our contributions.

WDS Five for the Future days happen the last Friday of every month. Sometimes, due to client work, some teammates have to delay their #5FTF day until the following week, but they all enjoy participating and tweeting about it. You can always follow @webdevstudios on Twitter to see how we’re giving back, or keep up with the hashtag #5FTF. Here’s a sampling of how our team contributed to Five for the Future last month, January 29th.


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