Gatsby Gazette | June 2021 Edition
Getting Back to Fun: Announcing the Gatsby Silly Site Challenge!
Announcing Gatsby GitHub Discussions
We're very excited to announce GitHub Discussions: A place for the Gatsby community to ask questions, submit ideas and give feedback on new features (RFC). Discussions will help us better differentiate questions, features and other non-bug tickets from actual issues...and also easier for all of you to help us squash bugs and make Gatsby even better!
Ward Peeters • October 16th, 2020# announcements, community
Open Letter to the Gatsby Open Source Community
We've heard the serious concern from the community about our dedication to open source and our growing pains as an organization. I've shared my thoughts about all of it here in this blog post, and I'll continue to listen and learn from all of you.
Kyle Mathews • August 13th, 2020# community
Changes Coming to Community Permissions in Gatsby’s GitHub Repo
Gatsby Days Video: Distributed Documentation Sites with Gatsby Themes
Gatsby Themes are like Gatsby sites for separate functionalities that can be joined together to create a fully featured website. As an intern on GitHub’s design systems team, Cole Bemis helped build a Gatsby theme with out-of-the-box support for all the features that GitHub's documentation sites needed.
Kat Huang • July 9th, 2020# community, gatsby-days, gatsby-themes
Gatsby Days Video: A Recipe to Power Up Your Gatsby Apps with Auth0
Gatsby Recipes help automate common site building tasks like automate package and plugin installation. Recipes can even generate pages and code! In his Gatsby Days presentation Sam Julien, Senior Developer Advocate Engineer at Auth0, walks viewers through building a Recipe to automatically set up authentication in a Gatsby site.
Kat Huang • July 2nd, 2020# authentication, community, gatsby-days, getting-started