Tag: Matt Mullenweg
A Fairytale Ending: ReactJS Drops its Patent Clause
In a development that seems destined to silence doubters like me, ReactJS moved to relicense itself under the thoroughly open-source-friendly MIT license—dropping the “patent clause” that it had included for arguably sane reasons but that had caused WordPress to drop React for Gutenberg and Calypso, and for the Apache project to blacklist React as well.
Big post on Matt Mullenweg’s blog today.
Install the Gutenberg Editor
If you’re a developer, you may be cowering in fear with the thought that the future of HTML editing in WordPress getting an overhaul. “Oh no! It’ll just eat my preciously crafted HTML faster.” If that’s you, that’s actually all the more reason to start to think and work with the Gutenberg editor sooner.
Post Status Interview with Matt Mullenweg
Over the weekend Brian Krogsgard from Post Status published an audio/video interview he did with Matt Mullenweg (WordPress’s BDFL, for those who don’t recognize the name immediately). They range a little, but the undeniable focus is the two big things that came out of the “State of the Word” session at WordCamp US.