With WordPress 6.1 already in the works, a lot of updates happened during June. Here’s a summary to catch up on the ones you may have missed.
WordPress 6.1 is Slated for Release on October 25, 2022
Planning for WordPress 6.1 kicked off a few weeks ago with a proposed schedule and a call for contributors to the release team. This will be the third major release in 2022 and will include up to Gutenberg 14.1 for a total of 11 Gutenberg releases.
Matías Ventura published the preliminary roadmap for version 6.1, which is expected to refine the full site editing experience introduced in the last two major releases. Stay tuned for a companion post with more details on what’s to come.
New in Gutenberg: Versions 13.4 and 13.5
There are two new versions of Gutenberg since last month’s edition of the Month in WordPress:
- Gutenberg 13.4 includes 25 enhancements and nearly 30 bug fixes. This version adds support for button elements in theme.json and introduces axial spacing in Gallery Block, among other new features.
- Gutenberg 13.5 was released on June 22, 2022. It comes with an improved featured image UX, expanded design tools for the Post Navigation Link block, and solid accessibility fixes.
Team Updates: Gutenberg Page Redesign, Meetup Venue Support Funds, and More
WordCamp Asia 2023 is Calling for Sponsors
- WordCamp Asia 2023, the first flagship WordCamp event in Asia, recently opened its Call for Sponsors.
- WordCamp US 2022 is sold out. General Admission tickets went on sale on June 30, 2022, and were quickly claimed the same day. If you couldn’t get yours, the organizing team recommends checking this page periodically to see if any become available.
- Curious about why WordCamp US is hosting fewer people this year? The WordCamp US team explained why in this post.
- WordCamp Europe 2022 was successfully held in Porto, Portugal, from June 2 to 4, 2022. The event saw 2,300 in-person attendees and a record 800 participants at Contributor Day. All the sessions will be available on WordPress.tv soon.
- In 2023, WordCamp Europe will be hosted in the city of Athens, Greece. The Call for Organizers is now open.
- Josepha Haden covered some important questions from WordCamp Europe on a special episode of WP Briefing. Be sure to give it a listen!
Have a story that we could include in the next issue of The Month in WordPress? Let us know by filling out this form.