The Editor With No Name - an informal case study into what went wrong with Gutenberg


Published in Sam's Blog on December, 2018

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About the article

So WordPress 5.0 has been released. It happened just in time for WordCamp US, conveniently enough, and now "Gutenberg" is just referred to as "The Editor". Of course the "Classic Editor" (which was actually TinyMCE all along) has been given a more recognisable name reminiscent of "Classic Coke", but stock WordPress 5.0 includes the editor formerly known as "Gutenberg" by default.

Samuel Levy is a software architect, developer and consultant.

He owns and operates Determined Development, a small web development and consulting company operating out of Brisbane, Australia.

He doesn't know why you're reading the footer. Who reads the footer?