Contributing to an open source project like Gutenberg, the block editor for WordPress, is easier than it seems. Here we explain the steps to follow.
We’re extremely glad to be part of the WordCamp Barcelona 2018 organizing team. We’ve been there since the very first day and we’re happy it succeeded. Here you’ll find our experience.
If you couldn’t make it to WordCamp Madrid 2018, don’t worry: we did go and tell you how we lived it. Don’t miss our impressions of one of the biggest WordPress events of the year!
You should take customer support very seriously if you want your business to succeed. As a member of the WordPress community, you should also take very seriously the support to other members of the community and help them if and whenever you can. Here’s how we can improve customer support in WordPress.org.
This year we wanted to participate and enjoy the WordCamp Barcelona 2016 that was held at CosmoCaixa, from 2 to 4 December. In this post, we share our collaboration as part of the organization, as well as our experience as speakers and assistants.
The Nelio team tries to attend as many WordCamps as possible, because we believe it’s one of the best ways to contribute to the WordPress community. In this post I share my experience (both as speaker and attendant) in WordCamp Cantabria 2015, which took place in el Palacio de la Magdalena, an awesome palace in Santander, Spain.
List of contributions that we have initiated in Nelio Software as part of Nelio’s strategic plan to create value in the WordPress Spanish Community.
One of the most important WordPress events took place in Seville, Spain, this past weekend—WordCamp Europe 2015! Even though there are plenty of local WordCamps all over the world, I have to admit that Europe’s Edition is one of the biggest, most amazing events you can attend to. Nelio was there, and now I’d like to share with you what happened and how we contributed to this awesome community!
We’ll be attending WordCamp Europe to talk about plugin testing, software analytics for WordPress, A/B testing and, hopefully, many other exciting WP topics!
See how the WordPress code has evolved (number of commits, files, contributors, ….) since its first release .