To celebrate our 10th birthday earlier this year, we launched Jetpack Turns 10, a microsite to highlight how Jetpack has helped millions of people speed up and secure their WordPress sites.
In this release, we have shipped several under-the-hood improvements for an enhanced Jetpack experience.
In this release:
- We have improved compatibility with WordPress version 5.8 which was released on July 20, 2021.
- This release also includes many other bug fixes and improvements — check the changelog for more details.
To use the latest version of Jetpack on your site, update your existing installation or install Jetpack.
Jetpack is more than the sum of its code — it is the collective work of an amazing group of designers, product experts, Happiness Engineers, and code wranglers at Automattic. Does distributed work sound interesting to you? Check out our CEO Matt Mullenweg’s Distributed podcast.
Episode 30: The Magic of Meetups – Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg
- Episode 30: The Magic of Meetups
- Episode 29: Dylan Field, Figma Co-founder, Talks Design, Digital Economy, and Remote Culture with Host Connie Yang
- Episode 28: Erica Pandey of Axios on Returning to Work
- Distributed by Default: Matt Mullenweg on The Knowledge Project
- Episode 27: Leading with Values: Sid Sijbrandij joins Matt Mullenweg to talk about GitLab, Transparency and Growing a Distributed Company
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this release:
Adrian Moldovan, Allison Levine, Andrew Serong, Andy Peatling, Ben Dwyer, Bogdan Ungureanu, Brad Jorsch, Brandon Kraft, Chris R, Dean Sas, Eru Penkman, Foteini Giannaropoulou, Glen Davies, Grant Kinney, Harris Papazolgou, Jason Moon, Jasper Kang, Jeremy Herve, John Webb, Kim Brown, Matt Gawarecki, Matt Wiebe, Matthew Denton, Miguel Torres, Patrick McMullen, Ramon, Samiff, Sergey Mitroshin, Sérgio Gomes, Staci Cooper, Steve D, Tom Cafferkey, Yaroslav Kukharuk, ashiagr, gavande1, leogermani, niranjan-uma-shankar, robertbpugh, simonktng, stacimc