Cory and David talk about WordPress’s reputation relative to its performance and a new proposal for a Performance Team for WordPress core.
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, Cory and David talk about WordPress’s reputation relative to its performance. This discussion unfolds in light of a new proposal for a Performance Team for WordPress core. What should happen to improve the WordPress experience (for both the user and for search engines) on the front-end and the admin experience as well? Education? Notifications to the user?
Also covered in this episode: We are formally announcing the existence of the new Post Status homepage, which is still a work in progress. We’re also encouraging listeners to check out the “Week at WordPress.org” (get the feed here), and submit your Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals to us at Post Status.
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