I often forget how easy it is to contribute to WordPress software development (even without writing a lick of code).
A week ago, I was trying out the new Gutenberg plugin on a site, and I noticed a little thing that bugged me.
So, without writing any code, I made an annotated screengrab of what I was seeing and shared it with the Gutenberg plugin team.
Lo and behold, my suggestion made it into the plugin core code!
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