Last week, WordPress 5.9 release leads found consensus to delay the release after missing Beta 1 deadlines due to significant blockages. At that time they proposed a schedule to move forward, and that is now confirmed. Beta 1 is scheduled for November 30, 2021, with subsequent betas in December. RC 1 is scheduled for January 4, 2022 and the official release is expected on January 25.
Over the past decade, Matt Mullenweg’s deadlines are not arbitrary philosophy has guided core development, preventing releases from being delayed by the desire to squeeze in one more feature:
Deadlines aren’t arbitrary, they’re a promise we make to ourselves and our users that help us curb the endless possibilities of things that can be part of any release.
Deadlines allow agencies, product developers, and hosting companies with millions of WordPress customers to predictably prepare for upcoming releases, ultimately allowing more sites to be updated regularly. The situation with WordPress 5.9 is unique, as it involves sending a series of interdependent functions that also form the basis for a new way of theming.
“Because the FSE features are very closely intertwined, removing some of its parts would make the release unstable,” said 5.9 Core Tech Lead Tonya Mork in a statement. after announcement of the new timetable. “To avoid a sub-optimal experience, moving fixes to a 5.9 minor or 6.0 was ruled out.”
Mork said the team considered bringing full-site editing (FSE) and the Twenty Twenty-Two theme that depends on it to 6.0, but saw more benefit in shipping the collection of features earlier.
“The release of 6.0 is not scheduled to be released until April 2022 — too long for the community to wait,” Mork said. “After processing this list of problems, the Core Editor team saw that the features could be shipped in 5.9 with the revised schedule.
Anne McCarthy, who is co-leading testing for the release, is in the trenches with FSE, writing a: resume why she was in favor of postponement in this case. She cited improved sustainability for contributors and the value of users accessing the entire suite of FSE features rather than smaller chunks as factors in the decision.
“More specifically, if we pushed everything to 6.0, it would slow down the Twenty Twenty-Two theme, stop the launch of block themes in general, and slow down a ton of user value when exploring ways to edit all parts of a site.” said McCarthy.
The decision to postpone 5.9 to January 2022 has been welcomed from all sides and many who have followed its progress have expressed appreciation for the team’s transparency during the decision-making process. It’s reassuring to see the release leads acting in the best interests of users and contributors, rather than forcing something half-baked forward.
In the meantime, if you want a taste of some of the newer features coming in 5.9, check out the release team video published Today. It shows the amazing flexibility of the upcoming Twenty Twenty-Two theme and how much more you can do with WordPress without having to switch to another theme. If you want to be part of the team that makes FSE better for everyone, jump in and start testing the new features prior to beta.
Money Heist, also known as ‘La Casa de Papel’ in Spanish, is coming soon with the second part of Season 5. As fans have been eagerly waiting for the story to unfold, the series creators have finally announced the release date of the upcoming episodes. Prior to the release of Season 5, Part 2, YouTube sensation Bhuvan Bam met the show’s main cast in Madrid at the show’s premiere.
Professor (Álvaro Morte), Berlin (Pedro Alonso), Raquel (Itziar Ituño), and Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó), were among the members of the famous robbery gang with whom Bhuvan shared his brief moment of joy. The YouTuber took to his Instagram page today to post photos with the La Casa De Papel stars and one photo also shows him hugging Berlin.
While sharing the post, Bhuvan wrote a witty caption: “Give them ideas on how to kill Arturo…”
The highly anticipated final five episodes of Money Heist season 5 will stream on Netflix from December 3. In the final episode, Tokyo’s death has left fans in emotional shock, not only her but Nairobi’s death is expected to have an impact on the crew’s psyche. . Now the biggest question is: will the raiding crew survive or die?
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LeBron James has been placed in NBA health and safety protocols and was banned from the Los Angeles Lakers’ game against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
Such a move almost certainly means one of two things: that James, who said he has been vaccinated earlier this season, either tested positive for COVID-19 or had an inconclusive result.
If James tested positive, he would likely be away from the Lakers for at least 10 days unless he returns two negative PCR tests within 24 hours. The Lakers learned of James’s situation Tuesday morning, said coach Frank Vogel, and arranged transportation to take him back to Los Angeles from Sacramento.
Vogel wouldn’t say if James was showing any symptoms.
The news that James is missing time came the same day the NBA underlined its earlier recommendation, echoed by the National Basketball Players Association, that coaches and players who have been vaccinated receive a booster shot as soon as possible.
The NBA, in a memo obtained by The Associated Press, also told its teams on Tuesday that it has documented 34 cases where a fully vaccinated player, coach or staff had a breakthrough case of COVID-19.
According to the league, about 97% of players have been fully vaccinated, with the exception of Brooklyn’s Kyrie Irving, who has not played this season due to his stature.
The three design options: for next year’s coin were created with input from faculty and staff who were previous WVU Values Coins recipients.
You can vote for your favorite design today until Wednesday 8 December by going to go.wvu.edu/values-coin-voting. The winner will be announced the week of December 13.
The university started the WVU Values Coin program in 2017 as part of our 150th anniversary as a way to recognize those educators and staff who are making a difference and advancing our land grant mission through their day-to-day work. And while it was originally designed to last only one year, the program proved popular among educators and staff, so it has continued in subsequent years.