WordPress 4.9.5 was released this week, with bug fixes and fixes for three security issues.
- WordPress now has an accessibility statement under wordpress.org/about/accessibility/.
On April 3, the core team published WordPress 4.9.5, a security and maintenance release. Besides three security issues, the new version also fixes 25 bugs.
You can find out details on that in the post »WordPress 4.9.5 Security and Maintenance Release« by Aaron D. Campbell.
- »PHP Meeting Recap – March 19th & 26th«.
- »Media Meeting Recap – March 29«.
- »PHP Meeting Recap – April 2nd«.
- »GDPR Opt-in Commenter Cookies«. There was a new checkbox added to the comment form to ask the commenter for consent on setting the comment cookies.
- »GDPR Compliance Chat Recap – April 4«.
- Gutenberg 2.6 brings drag and drop reordering of blocks.
- »Moving WordCamp Ticket Sales from PayPal to Stripe«.
- »Code of Conduct Survey«.
- »Want to Help Organize a WordCamp for Organizers?«.
- »Call for WordCamp Mentors!«.
- »WordCamp Nordic Proposal«.