Google announced it will soon begin crawling some sites over HTTP/2. HTTP/2 is the next generation of HTTP, the protocol the internet primarily uses for transferring data. It requires less open connections and thus can be more efficient on your server when crawling your web pages.
Drupal 8 and 9 core were already made compatible with Composer 2 back in May. Last week the Drupal package repository (packages.drupal.org) rolled out full support for Composer 2 as well. While Michael Anello did Drupal vs. Composer 2-alpha2 benchmarks in July and Malabya also did an even more detailed benchmark in July, various things have been improved in Composer 2 since July and the packages.drupal.org improvement should also show.
Most people in WordPress know that there exists a “database” somewhere in the whole system. And they might also know that there are times you’ll need to do a little “search and replace” within that database. This is useful if you’re looking to change a string you’ve used across a whole array of posts, of if you’ve just moved your site to a new URL.