If you can't wait for the ClassicPress v2 to do this in core plugin, you can disable #emojis in #WordPress and #ClassicPress in functions.php file. A tutorial how to do it:
New ZigPress article: Removing all emoji code from a #ClassicPress site. https://www.zigpress.com/2019/10/17/removing-all-emoji-code-from-a-classicpress-site/
Troubleshoot a website without deactivating all plugins? A tutorial from @CodePotent
Got an issue with a #ClassicPress or #WordPress plugin? You don't have to deactivate all your plugins and install the TwentyWhatever theme to figure out the problem. Why make more work for yourself? Here's a better way.
For the #WordPress security practitioners: an API you can query to get the full set of MD5 / SHA1 / SHA512 hashes for any plugin, WP core files, #ClassicPress core files. Presented by the #ShieldSecurity team: https://wphashes.com/
#Matomo Analytics is the best alternative to Google #Analytics. Without data sampling restrictions, without third-party service, without data sending to Google. Now they launched a fully functioning plugin for #WordPress
Some warnings: Why You Should Never Use Airport USB Charging Stations: