Spring is here and so is another Five for the Future Friday. Each month on the last Friday, the team at WebDevStudios (WDS) spends the workday giving back to WordPress in a variety of ways. That means we are partaking in this effort tomorrow.
Since the Five for the Future (5FTF) project was launched in 2014, WDS has aimed to contribute five percent of our resources to WordPress development. Last month, we did so on February 25th. Below, you can can see a myriad of ways our team gave back, which they shared on Twitter. This is only a sample and does not include all the amazing and interesting contributions our team made.
Everyone is invited to the 5FTF party, whether you’re an individual or a company. You don’t even have to be an expert coder. We highly recommend visiting WordPress.org for more information and options on participating.
Giving 👏 back 👏 to 👏 WordPress 👏 is 👏 what 👏 we 👏 DO! #5FTF
— Brad Williams (@williamsba) February 25, 2022
— Lauren Pittenger (@laurenpittenger) February 25, 2022
Embracing all of the nerdiest parts of me and working on a wrestling RPG management plugin for #5FTF. Through some trial and error + adjusting my own thought process, I’ve got historical stats being stored when the stats meta is updated.
— Corey M Collins (@coreymcollins) February 25, 2022
— Alfredo Navas (@3LPU4S) February 25, 2022
Thanks for the time today, @webdevstudios! ❤️
— Greg Rickaby (@GregRickaby) February 25, 2022
— JC Palmes (@jpalmes) February 25, 2022
— Captain Macho Pirate Mick Rackham ❤️🔥🏴☠️🍺⚓ (@tw2113) February 25, 2022
— Christina Workman (@AmethystAnswers) February 26, 2022
Today @webdevstudios for #5FTF I partnered with @AmethystAnswers to work on a plugin I’ve been working on called Yelp Polls. A simple plugin to create content dynamically that you can share using Yelp and StrawPolls. https://t.co/PH1sPohB4e pic.twitter.com/m6s4G1mMZl
— Allen McKenzie (@1AllenMcKenzie) February 26, 2022