While we’re not a team of fighters, we’re ready to create a rumble as we spend our workday giving back to WordPress. Tomorrow, Friday, August 26th, our website design and development agency is spending the day participating in Five for the Future (5FTF).
At WebDevStudios, we enjoy doing our part to contribute to open-source technology by dedicating 5% of company time to WordPress. That’s the whole point of 5FTF—coming together as a community to pitch in and support the growth of WordPress.
Our team members participate in a variety of ways, and those on Twitter often tweet their 5FTF contributions. So, be sure to follow the hashtag #5FTF to see how we’re giving back to WordPress.
If you’re interested in giving back to WordPress, too, please learn more about this initiative at the WordPress website. Need some inspiration and guidance? Check out this blog post titled, “Barriers to Contributing,” from Post Status.
Below is a sampling of what happened during our last Five for the Future Friday on July 29, 2022. From organizing WordCamps to taking WordPress support forum tickets, our team is enthusiastic about giving back to WordPress. See for yourself.
— Lauren Pittenger (@laurenpittenger) July 29, 2022
— Lindsey Bell (@lindseywb) July 29, 2022
For @webdevstudios #5FTF day I’m working to start setting the wheels in motion for @WCMontclair for 2023 and to schedule the volunteers on my team for @WordCampUS after that I’ll wander over to the Docs team and see what needs doing over there
— Laura Byrne (@NewYorkerLaura) July 29, 2022
It’s #5FTF @webdevstudios today and I started it off with reactivating #WordPressIloilo #WordPressMeetup and I’ll now be heads down on #WCAsia2023 spreadsheets. It’s going to be a very busy day. pic.twitter.com/EtrNQWlfFd
— JC Palmes (@jpalmes) July 29, 2022
Thanks, @salcode for sharing his knowledge and the upcoming local meetup
A master class on building Gutenberg blocks, best practices, WP coding standards, and so on! pic.twitter.com/Us1YidaEBO
— Lax Mariappan (@laxmariappan) July 29, 2022
— Muhammad Awais Altaf (@awais8888) July 29, 2022
— Marty O’Connor (@martinjdolan) July 29, 2022
— Bonnie Martin (@bonjmartn) July 29, 2022