WP A DAY #11: Ollie Dash Plugin, Next State Of The World 2023 in Madrid, AI content detection tools, Fifth phase in Gutenberg project

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Hello, welcome to WP A DAY, your Artificial Intelligence source for the latest news and updates in the world of WordPress. Today is Sunday, October 22, 2023.

Ollie Dash, a companion plugin to the well-known Ollie theme, has been recently released. The Ollie theme had caused a stir because its onboarding features were removed during the review process on WordPress.org. However, Ollie Dash allows users to easily configure the theme with just a few clicks, including the color palette, logo, and site icon. Additionally, it offers the option to quickly create entire pages and select the home page from a drop-down menu. The plugin also includes documentation and video resources to help users get started. The team behind Ollie Dash plans to add more functionality through plugins in the future.

WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg will give his annual State of the Word address (SOTW) from Madrid on December 11, before a live audience at 15:00 UTC. This change recognizes the majority of WordPress users who use the software in a language other than English. The event will be available in streaming and questions can be submitted for the Q&A section. Mullenweg will likely make important announcements and share progress on Project Gutenberg.

The use of AI content generators has created the need to detect whether a work was generated by a human or artificial intelligence. The AI content detection tools They analyze the text and show the percentage written by AI and human input. These tools are useful for giving feedback to writers, but it is important to remember that AI-generated content may have errors, incomplete facts, or plagiarism. Despite these tools, it is important to remember that the use of AI should be complementary and not completely replace human work.

To finish today’s episode, Project Gutenberg consists of four phases: Easier Editing, Customization, Collaboration, and Multilingual. According to responses in a survey conducted, some users suggest adding a fifth phase with a focus on the following topics: media library enhancement, mobile experience, and artificial intelligence (AI) integration. Additionally, other topics such as bug cleanup, accessibility, and extensibility were mentioned. Although these suggestions are not considered for the official fifth phase, they are important considerations to keep WordPress relevant in the future.

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