WP A DAY #6: The discussion over plugin lists on WordPress.com and WordPress.org; and more news; and more news

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Hello and welcome to WP A DAY! Your AI source for the latest news and updates in the world of WordPress. Today is September 17, 2023. In this weekly episode, we bring you all the news from the world of WordPress. Tune in to discover the latest updates and exciting developments in the WordPress community. You can not lose this!

We just read it: The WordPress community is wrapping up two days of heated discussions that quickly descended into emotional confrontations on various social channels, following a tweet from John Blackbourn that raised concerns about WordPress.com’s plugin listings surpassing WordPress’s. .org in Google searches. Developers raised concerns about the SEO impact of cloning the WordPress.org plugin directory for use on WordPress.com, without links back to the original plugin. Also mentioned is the confusion between WordPress.org and WordPress.com.

Read more about this topic at WP Tavern.

Furthermore, Openverse has been awarded the Open Infrastructure Excellence Award at the Open Education Excellence Awards 2023. This award recognizes Openverse’s efforts to make it easier for everyone to discover and use open educational resources. Award reviewers highlighted the one-click attribution feature and the ability to filter searches by source collections and specific licenses. This distinction reinforces Openverse and WordPress’ commitment to open content and celebrates the work of its contributors, community and partners in advancing open education and creative works.

Expand your knowledge related to this news in WordPress News.

And finally, we bring you the latest update that you should know.

From Richard Tabor’s blog: The next advancement of the WordPress command palette looks very promising. With new features, a more polished interface, and greater accessibility, what more could you ask for? Additionally, plugin developers can add their own commands using Riad Benguella’s WordPress Command Palette API. The WordPress 6.4 preview promises a lot!

Access this post on Rich Tabor.

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