One final note for this evening.
I’m trying to get John to agree to participate in screen share recordings via Zoom of this process. I figure if we’re doing this whole migration thing, and it’s his idea, he can participate in the work.
I also told him that this is the fluffy bunny stuff he has to do for marketing.
I think he’s still in get-off-my-lawn mode but I’m sure he’ll come around.
First thing’s first. Let’s find some books.
I have a few on React, but I want to make sure there are some absolute beginner resources. So I load yee old QRead, and
I have to re-enter Bookshare credentials because, (on this computer), books stored in QRead periodically get wiped along with credentials.
This is annoying, but I’m used to is, so I’ll get those re-entered and then search Bookshare for appropriate books.
Finally! Finally finally finally finally it’s done! We! Are! Going! To! Ship!
Also, I don’t think I ever want to see a list element again. Ever.
I’m wondering if it might be worth writing up the experience of using both Gutenberg and the Classic Editor in tandom on a site? Spoiler alert: It’s complicated and it introduces a lot of extra coordination regarding content editing and creation.
Do not recommend unless it’s absolutely necessary.