#338 WP-Tonic Friday’s Round-Table Show 19th of October, 2019

In this weeks WP-Tonic’s round-table show our first article we discuss is that Gutenberg agreed accessibility audit has been postponed indefinitely which was a bit of shock to lot of people in the WordPress community.

However, I wasn’t one of them. See I feel I’ve got a pretty good idea of what are the real true drivers to this project which I plan to outline in a detailed post which hopefully I will have to write the next couple of weeks!

1 – Gutenberg Accessibility Audit Postponed Indefinitely

Gutenberg Accessibility Audit Postponed Indefinitely

2 – Ticketmaster buys a blockchain company to guard against ticket fraud

https://www.engadget.com/2018/10/18/ticketmaster-buys-blockchain-ticketing-company/

This weeks show is Sponsored By Kinsta Hosting 

3 – ACF 5.8 Beta 1 Introduces Blocks Feature, Release Slated for November

https://wptavern.com/acf-5-8-beta-1-introduces-blocks-feature-release-slated-for-november

4 – Gmail add-ons like Dropbox can now be easily accessed while writing emails

https://www.theverge.com/2018/10/18/17993576/gmail-compose-actions-update-dropbox-box-atlassian-egnyte

5 – 2018 Search Market Share: Myths vs. Realities of Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, DuckDuckGo, & More

2018 Search Market Share: Myths vs. Realities of Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, DuckDuckGo, & More

6 – Despite moral and ethical concerns, Google CEO Sundar Pichai defends company’s potential re-entry into China.

Opinion: Google can’t resist China’s 800 million internet users

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