The State of the Word is the annual keynote address at WordCamp US, presented by the co-founder of WordPress, Matt Mullenweg.
“The other beautiful thing is that because Gutenberg essentially allows for translation into many different formats,”, Matt Mullenweg, head of Automattic, said at this year WordCamp in Portland, WP Tavern writes.
“It can publish to your web page, your RSS feed, AMP, blocks can be translated into email for newsletters, there’s so much that the structured nature of Gutenberg and the semantic HTML it creates and the grammar that’s used to parse it, can enable for other applications.”, he said.
“This is not the finish line,” Mullenweg said.
“5.0 is almost like the starting point. Expect just as much time invested into Gutenberg after the 5.0 release as before – to get it to that place where we don’t think it’s just better than what we have today but it’s actually like a world-class web-defining experience, which is what we want to create and what you all deserve.”
Here you go: