The following was co-presented at WordCamp Zaragoza with Matías Ventura and rehashed for an informal presentation with Jorge Costa on the state of Gutenberg with the local Oporto WordPress community.
Continue reading “The Language of Gutenberg”
As we approach the release of WordPress 5.0, which will feature the introduction of the new Gutenberg editor, it is worth taking a look at WordPress’s current model in handling user content.
A page request
Consider the following simplification of the data pipeline for a front-end page request:
Continue reading “Premises of WordPress content handling”
Originally posted internally at Automattic a while ago, I’m publishing the following piece concerning software internationalization (i18n) for whomever it may serve.
Consider the following piece of UI:
You don’t need to know exactly which part of your application this is in order to understand the label Trash. Translators and the translation engine, however, will only see this: Continue reading “PSA: Double-check your strings for ambiguous contexts”
A misleading title. In Terre des hommes, Saint-Exupéry beautifully discourses on machine, technical progress, its iterative process, and its relationship with mankind and language.
Continue reading “Saint-Exupéry on industrial design (1939)”