A non-developers guide to getting involved in WordPress core development | Hugh Lashbrooke

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I love WordPress.org.  I would not be able to do anything that I have done with my websites without.  The potential is infinite in possibilities for both appearance and function.

As much as I would like to be, I am far from coding.  I have used WordPress long enough to form ideas about how it could improve.  I just can’t offer solutions.  If you are like-minded, do read this post by 

“WordPress core development is an exciting world to explore and I highly recommend that any and all WordPress developers go and jump right in. This post is not for developers though – this post is for those who have strong and valid opinions about WordPress core features, but are not able to contribute to the codebase itself. If you fall into that category then you might feel somewhat left out and unable to get involved, but I’m pleased to tell you that there is actually a lot you can do….”

Source: A non-developers guide to getting involved in WordPress core development | Hugh Lashbrooke

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