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With WordPress 5.9 introducing full site editing and WordPress 6.0 in the works, it’s time for another round of questions. If possible, please focus questions specifically around WordPress 6.0 as those will be the most high impact to address ahead of this upcoming release. You are welcome to submit questions using the form below or to leave them as a comment on this post by March 30th, 2022.
Like the last few times, keep in mind that because various pieces are still very much in progress some answers will be less definitive and more context setting. This is especially true for features/milestones that are planned for the 6.0 release and beyond.
Where will you share the answers?
I’ll share a recap post on this blog (Make Test). Questions will either be grouped with corresponding answers for easy review or will be shared in one post, depending on the number of submissions received. I will track down answers to every question and share my work as I go by creating a collaborative Google doc where people can help find answers or simply see how the work evolves. I very much welcome collaboration here!
While the main result will be a lovely list of answers, this collective effort will also be useful for future documentation updates and potential tutorials. Once the post is published, I will follow up via email with everyone who left their email and a question in the form. For anyone who leaves a question as a comment on this post, I will @ your username in the recap post so you don’t miss out too!
For more information about this program, please review this FAQ for helpful details. To properly join the fun, please head to #fse-outreach-experiment in Make Slack for future testing announcements, helpful posts, and more will be shared there.