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This week, we cover WeWork’s failed IPO and financial woes and how this likely led to Meetup’s introduction of an RSVP fee. We discuss why this decision doesn’t bode well for WeWork’s future. We also look at the WordPress 5.2.4 security release and what fixes are included. We discuss the planned release of PHP 7.4 on November 28 and how WordPress core is preparing for this update. We also get a little excited about our plans for WordCamp US November 1-2 and our party to celebrate the worldwide premiere of the open source film about the WordPress community: Open, The Community Code.

Here are timestamps if you’d like to jump around:
1:45 WeWork financial woes
8:40 Meetup’s RSVP fee
27:40 Open The Community Code party at WordCamp US
34:40 WordPress 5.2.4 security release
41:02 PHP 7.4 release on November 28, 2019

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