Governance is the way in which organizations get things done. The goal of The WordPress Governance Project is to introduce clarity and transparency in how the WordPress project is managed.
In case you missed it, The WordPress Governance Project is now on Twitter! If you’re on Twitter, you can share and receive updates and other project information by following @wpgovernance. A big thank you to Cathi Bosco for creating all of the project’s artwork.
In order to define what governance can look like for WordPress, we must first understand its existing structure. The WordPress Governance Project is researching existing WordPress governance and asking a lot of questions. For example: How are project decisions made? Who do the WordPress teams report to? Who decides what users have core commit access […]
The goal of this project is to define what governance can look like for WordPress. An important part of that process is to clearly define what “governance” means in a WordPress context. A good place to start that conversation is by discussing what the term “governance” means to each of us. When you hear someone […]
The WordPress Governance Project kicks off on January 15, 1600 UTC with a one hour meeting in The WordPress Governance Project Slack channel. The meeting will be conducted and moderated by provisionary team leads Rachel Cherry and Morten Rand-Hendriksen. What is the WordPress Governance Project? First announced at WordCamp US 2018, the WordPress Governance Project […]