WebDevStudios (WDS) is back at it! Tomorrow, August 27, 2021, our WordPress agency is spending the day giving back to WordPress via the Five for the Future (5FTF) initiative. That means our team will be working on WordPress support tickets, contributing to the core, developing plugins, writing WordCamp and WordPress events talks, and doing all we can to power WordPress.
Both the talk and blog post gained a lot of attention and traction, proving that WordPress people are excited about and supportive of this WordPress initiative. They should be, and so should you!
Giving back to open-source technology is what keeps it alive. So, when you pledge your dedication to contribute to WordPress, you’re a part of the power behind it. The entire WordPress community appreciates your contributions.
It's 🎉 #5FTF 🎉 day today!
— Lauren Pittenger (@laurenpittenger) July 30, 2021
— Scott Anderson (@thriftydev) July 30, 2021
— Evan Hildreth (@oddevan) July 30, 2021
— Alfredo Navas (@3LPU4S) July 30, 2021
For this month's #5FTF, I'm contributing some more minor updates for the WordPress blogroll functionality, as well as drafting blog posts for both @maintainn and hopefully a WordPress tutorial or two for my personal site.
— Captain Macho Pirate Mick Rackam (@tw2113) July 30, 2021
— Christina Workman (@AmethystAnswers) July 30, 2021
— Jennifer Cooley (@Jhynnifer) July 30, 2021
#5FTF Today I'm modeling and planning a future WordPress plugin that will allow parents to create chore charts for their families. The idea is for an internal family website that members can see their chores and check them off as they are done. @webdevstudios pic.twitter.com/eCgldFme7d
— Allen McKenzie (@1AllenMcKenzie) July 30, 2021
Had a rather refreshing and productive weekend doing #WordPress contributions. It feels rewarding doing something you love and giving back to #OpenSource. Thanks @webdevstudios for staying committed to giving back and sponsoring #5FTF. Also flex work here @webdevstudios is ♥.
— Michael Joseph Panaga (@_micmico) August 1, 2021