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Corey and David talk about the reputation of WordPress relative to its performance and a new proposal for a performance team for WordPress Core.
In this episode of the Post Status excerpt, Corey and David talk about WordPress’ reputation in relation to its performance. This discussion comes to the fore in light of a new proposal for a performance team for WordPress Core. What needs to happen to improve the WordPress experience on the front-end (for both the user and the search engine) as well as the admin experience? Education? Notifications to the user?
This episode also includes: We are formally announcing the existence of new post status homepage, which is still a work in progress. We’re encouraging listeners to watch “Week at WordPress.org” (get the feed here), and submit your Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals to us on the post status.
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