Do the Woo news is updates on WooCommerce and WordPress core, plus some sound bites in-between.
In a case study is was revealed that a function in Woo was not taking leap year into account when returning values. The team is looking and a few ways to approach this problem and would like hear inputs from devs on the chosen approach and any experiences you have had.
Along with the announcement of WordPress dropping the support, WooCommerce will run parallel to WordPress and will drop support as well.
On track for the minor release this RC takes us even closer.
This release includes a number of enhancements, bug fixes, and some behind-the-scenes work to allow third party extensions to integrate with the Cart and Checkout blocks.
On May 27th WordPress turned 18 years old. I can say that 14 of those years have carved out the brand I built around WordPress, and for an open source project that powers 40% of the websites, well, time does fly in the blink of an eye.