Yesterday I was delighted to chair a session with the core developers of WordPress's new editor and publishing workflow project – Gutenberg. That chat has brought about this post. Let me explain.
Before I explain, if you want to catchup on the session from yesterday – "A Fireside Chat with the Gutenberg Team" – you can do so below:
WordPress (the software powering this blog) is getting a pretty big overhaul in the way in which we right content. In fact I am writing this post using the new method – a project named Gutenberg.
It replaces the entire editing experience with a new interface and a new way of doing things. In our discussion yesterday, one thing to team asked for is for feedback. They need people to start using the Gutenberg way (as a plugin at the moment) to test if it work and find all the issues so they can be fixed.
During the chat I promised that I would go away and install the plugin on my blog (this site) and see how it worked. The easiest way to feedback if often with a video, and an accompanying blog post. So, here it is, my impressions of Gutenberg being install of this blog. Enjoy the watch!
After recording the video I submitted this bug report on Github.