It may be a short month, but our love for Five for the Future (5FTF) is forever. Since its inception, WebDevStudios has been involved with this WordPress initiative.
Want to get more people contributing to WordPress? Prop up the people and companies doing it right!@webdevstudios has been participating in #5FTF for 8+ years and has contributed thousands of hours to the project. ❤️
— Brad Williams (@williamsba) January 27, 2023
From contributing translations to continuing education, mentoring to WordCamp talk creation, plugin development to WordPress documentation, our team is dedicated to 5FTF. In fact, tomorrow, February 24th, that’s what we’ll be doing all day long. We’re giving back to WordPress via Five for the Future.
You can keep up with how we contribute by following WebDevStudios and the hashtag #5FTF on Twitter. Our teammates who use that social media platform like to tweet their contributions. Below are some ways our team gave back to WordPress last month.
It’s the first #5ftf of 2023 at @webdevstudios! I’m finishing up a blog post about #algolia and then kicking the tires on our new @wp_acf starter theme. pic.twitter.com/OAiqgDBb2b
— Lindsey Bell (@lindseywb) January 27, 2023
I’m working on @WCMontclair ‘s website, polishing my @WordCampAsia talk. And looking over some blocks so i can contribute to the docs team at WC Asia’s contributor day. #WordPress #5FTF https://t.co/5zgYVjPxJG
— Laura Byrne (@NewYorkerLaura) January 27, 2023
Kicking off the first #5FTF of the year. I’m hitting the #WordPress support forums first then some voice donation over at #Mozilla @webdevstudios
— David Walz (@DavesjoshinWDS) January 27, 2023
Even though we talked about it at @webdevstudios – going into the WP support forums and seeing the block editor caught me off guard today😆 #5FTF pic.twitter.com/tlkJxR0T4Q
— Justin Fœll (@justinfoell) January 27, 2023
First #5FTF of the year at @webdevstudios and only 21 days until #WCAsia @WordCampAsia see you all there and don’t forget to say hi 🙂 also boxes because we’re in the process of moving. pic.twitter.com/8Hi3Jy68KB
— JC Palmes #WCAsia Global Lead (@jpalmes) January 27, 2023
Thanks @webdevstudios for another day of contributions.
Learning hooks, filters, namespaces and other best practices from @salcode and @martinjdolan#5FTF #WordPress pic.twitter.com/gwwBAVQ6XV
— Lax Mariappan #WCAsia (@laxmariappan) January 27, 2023
Getting musical with my OG WordPress block from a couple years back, West Blockvina. Display song embeds from the show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” on your website with easy lookup. https://t.co/urLj6gYGPO #5FTF
— Captain Macho Pirate Mick Rackham.yarr🏴☠️ (@tw2113) January 27, 2023
Excited to kick off the first #5FTF of 2023 by dedicating my day to #WordPress and adding new features to my free plugin, Gridify!
A big shoutout to @webdevstudios for making this possible. pic.twitter.com/c3GXXsxT9F
— Alfredo Navas (@3LPU4S) January 27, 2023
The first #5FTF of the year at @WebDevStudios has been super fun. I’ve gone down a rabbit hole researching WooCommerce theme customizations and will turn that into a blog post on the next 5FTF.
— Marty O’Connor (@martinjdolan) January 27, 2023
Our team members also share their 5FTF contributions on our internal Slack, too. Backend Engineer, Maurcio Andrade reported during the last 5FTF Friday that he, “Read and ran examples for Gutenberg and Site Editing. Started by updating the composer config for the WDS block-based theme.”
Meanwhile, Backend Engineer, Jairo Perez, contributed translations to six plugins, including Happy Addons for Elementor and Variation Swatches for WooCommerce. Remember, anyone can participate in 5FTF. To learn how, please visit WordPress.org.