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Feedback Requested: Proposed Rollback Feature in 6.1, Performance Team Hosting Stats, and Recording Five for the Future Contributions

This Week at WordPress.org (June 29, 2022)

Get the scoop on planning for the WordPress 6.1 release, and help test its proposed plugin Rollback feature. There are also many calls for feedback from the Performance team and Five for the Future.

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Five for the Future

What's happening specific to Five for the Future? Provide your feedback on these posts:

  • Confirmed vs Sponsored Contributor Stats β€” The distinction between the two is unclear and confusing. Ian Dunn has proposed a few solutions.
  • Track translations β€” Why not track all translation work as 5FTF contributions?
  • Create digesting mechanism β€” Some contributions are so frequent they will quickly fill up a person's profile and crowd out all the other activity there. Ian Dun explains the problem and suggests a digest mechanism.

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