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WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world because it is a great way to build fast, beautiful, high-performing websites.
There are so many ways to build with WordPress, from its core features to its vast ecosystem of plugins and themes, that it’s possible to overlook how much of it (mostly all volunteer) is supported by a dedicated community of contributors.
Find out how you can contribute to WP 2 today!
While over 42% of the web is now built on WordPress, the open source ideal of community contribution continues to underpin its foundation. At WP Engine, we believe that this is one of the many things that make WordPress so great!
But keeping up with those contributions has proven challenging over the past year and a half, during which in-person events focused on WordPress contributors have been significantly reduced or canceled.
In an effort to promote contributions to WordPress, Torque has launched Contribute 2 WP, a two-day, all-virtual contributor event focused on supporting WordPress projects, from coding and catching bugs. translation, video editing, or anything else. Activities listed here.
The Contribute 2 WP Initiative asks developers, designers, marketers, and anyone else who wants to devote their two hours to a variety of WordPress projects (listed below) from 10 a.m. CDT on October 29 to 10 a.m. on October 31. may be interested in.
Over the course of two days, Tork will host a dedicated Twitter contest for live streams and contributions. Work with us, collaborate with each other, and learn more about what it means to be a WordPress contributor.
Make Your Two Hour Resolution—Contribute to WP 2 Today!
Contribute 2 WP encourages a wide range of options for contributing to WordPress in both WordPress Core and Learn WordPress, with a focus on these specific areas:
If you are a developer, there are many places where your skills can be useful. For a comprehensive look at what’s required and how to get started, check out this article on Make WordPress. You don’t have to commit to the new release—there are projects for people of all skill levels and there are several ways you can help:
If you’re not a developer but still want to help, there are several additional ways to get involved:
Ready to dive in? If you’re looking for additional resources, check out this article from WebDevStudios for a step-by-step guide on how to get started.
For an even closer look at how to contribute to WordPress, the WordPress Training Team will host an onboarding session for contributors interested in working at Learn.WordPress.org, in conjunction with WP Engine.
click here To know more about WP Engine And our long-term support to the WordPress community.
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