I just wrapped up a workshop at WCEU 2021, the topic was on Learn WordPress. By contributing to Learn WordPress, you can help give those new or already using WordPress a roadmap for their learning journey. This could be through gaining a better understanding of the difference between a post and a page, improving your code skills, or progressing and sharing your skills as a longer-term contributor.
Learn WordPress connects multiple WordPress Make teams, business owners, professionals, and individual users with ways to navigate their journey through WordPress the software and WordPress, the open-source project.
WordPress.org is made up of many different teams. These work together on Learn WordPress, the resource launched at the end of 2020. We are currently working on a proposed roadmap for content that will aim to include the learning needs of a wide range of audiences, from website visitors, designers, and developers, supporting those with accessibility needs. This will help guide future content on Learn.WordPress.org. Roadmaps to learning are similar to a syllabus of the curriculum but presented in a visually organized manner, like a flowchart.
Planning the content will help others take the next step in learning about the WordPress platform and its community. Learn WordPress contributors come from a variety of backgrounds. We are content creators, project managers, technical writers, designers, developers, trainers, and teachers. We would like to work with you, come join us.