Dan Soschin

2023 Annual Survey Results and Next Steps

Each year, WordPress seeks to collect high-level data about trends and themes across the vast ecosystem of users, site builders, extenders, and contributors to help inform decision-making and provide valuable feedback on the project's status. 

For 2023, the survey process was updated to enhance accessibility, usability, analysis, and multilingual support. Additionally, a few questions were replaced or updated to ensure the survey captures relevant data on current and future WordPress topics.

The data collected is used as one of many signals that inform the project's road map and areas of focus, both near and long-term.
For 2023, the survey process was updated to enhance accessibility, usability, analysis, and multilingual support. Additionally, a few questions were replaced or updated to ensure the survey captures relevant data on current and future WordPress topics.

I use the data collected from this survey as one of many signals to inform the project’s road map and areas of focus, both near and long-term.
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State of the Word 2023 – Madrid, Spain

The countdown is on for this year's State of the Word! If you missed the initial announcement a few weeks ago, mark your calendars for December 11, 2023.

State of the Word is the annual keynote in which WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg celebrates the progress of the open source project and offers a glimpse into its future.
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State of the Word 2023 – Save the Date

It’s time to save the date, December 11, 2023, for this year’s State of the Word 2023!

State of the Word is the annual keynote address delivered by the WordPress project’s co-founder, Matt Mullenweg. Every year, the event shares reflections on the project’s progress and aspirations for the future of open source.
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