During the 2013 State of the Word presentation at WordCamp San Francisco, Matt Mullenweg announced a new project called WordPress The Book. After nearly two years of writing, Siobhan McKeown has announced that version one is ready for review. She also states that the book will be produced in just over a month and that now’s the time to give feedback. Finished V1 of the WordPress book: https://t.co/MC59LjeyFH We'll be producing it in just over a month so if you have feedback now's the time — Siobhan McKeown (@SiobhanPMcKeown) March 5, 2015 While you can download the book, I recommend browsing and reading it on Github so you don’t have to worry about opening files with the .MD extension. It’s also easier to submit pull requests to correct typos or grammatical errors. The book is divided into six parts that contain a few chapters each. If you come across any errors while reading the book, you can submit corrections by creating a pull request or an issue on the tracker. Here are a few things to look out for as you read: Factual errors: notes about factual errors are welcome. All suggestions for changes should be evidenced with links that back up any claims. Any facts that cannot be corroborated
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