ClassicPress has recently been making headlines within the WordPress community – it’s a fork of WordPress which doesn’t include Gutenberg. Personally, I didn’t get it – you can just as easily install the standard WordPress Core and use the Classic Editor plugin to turn Gutenberg off.
But I have nothing against forks, per se, as Gary Pendergast (Pento) recently wrote, they are a much needed thing within the open source community. However, Pento put it succinctly when he said…
ClassicPress has styled itself as a protest against Gutenberg
However, recent proposals for ClassicPress now make me wonder what their aim really was and whether they’ve made a turn for the worst.Read More