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Security Release WordPress 2.07: Get It Now

A security release of WordPress, WordPress 2.07 has just been released. It contains a security fix that I, and the WordPress development team, highly recommend that you update your WordPress blog. If you have been putting off your WordPress update, don’t. Please, update your WordPress version now. Don’t wait. You’ve been clearly warned. Download WordPress […]

WordPress 2.0.6 Released With Feedburner Fixes

WordPress 2.0.6 has been released and already there are fixes for the new version, showing how fast WordPress developers respond. Mark Jaquith, one of the lead developers in this new version, has the information on fixing the issues feedburner feeds and NeoSmart explains it a bit further. For those willing to jump on the beta […]

WordPress 2.0.5 Released

WordPress 2.0.5 has been released and named “Ronan” in honor of Ryan Boren’s new son and “first WordPress baby”. Congrats, Ryan! With more than 50 bug fixes and advances in the 2.0 line, this is exciting stuff. Site Search Tags: wordpress news, wordpress 2.0.5, wordpress upgrade, wordpress update, wordpress release Copyright Lorelle VanFossen, member of […]

Preview of Upcoming Changes in WordPress 2.0.5

Mark Jaquith and BloggingPro have the scoop on the changes in the next upgrade release of WordPress 2.0.5. While the changes are mostly under the hood, the best improvements I found from their notes are: WordPress Database Backup continues to be supported with improved security. Plugins sorted by Plugin name not filename. WEEE! User descriptions […]

WordPress 2.0.3 Mandatory Upgrade Released

NOTE: DO NOT DOWNLOAD THE NEW WORDPRESS 2.0.3 UPGRADE! A number of annoying bugs has been found and announced and the decision at this time is to leave the buggy version on the download site and provide fixes to clean up the bugs. This is not a good idea, but we’re stuck with it right […]

WordPress 2.0.2 Update

The WordPress 2.0.2 Security Update is now available for download. According to Mark Jaquith, on of the WordPress developers: It fixes several security issues, so I would recommend immediate action. Just to be clear: the security issues fixed were not the ones that several “security groups” claimed to have uncovered. Those issues were either minor, […]

Problems with WordPress 2.01 Feeds

If you are experiencing problems with feeds with your WordPress blog after installing the new WordPress 2.0.1, then Flyweb has a fix for what might ail you. Based on the bug report from WordPress Ticket Trac, the error is in your classes.php file. The fix is easy to do. This applies to those using the […]

Release of WordPress 2.0.1

WordPress 2.0.1 has been released, according to Matt on the WordPress Blog. All in all we’ve closed 114 bugs in the 2.0.1 release, which you’re welcome to check out if you’re curious about every fix. To summarize: * You can now specify an upload directory, and whether to use date-based storage or not. * Caching […]

WordPress 2.0 Breaks Ecto – Here’s the Fix

If you are currently using Ecto to post to your WordPress blog, and you upgrade to WordPress 2.0, according to the Ecto developers, it will break Ecto. But rest assured, the WordPress Development team sprung into action and a fix is available. I recommend not to upgrade to WordPress 2.0 yet as it breaks file […]

Tiny Problem with WordPress 2.0 and Trackbacks

It has come to the attention of the WordPress support team and developers that there is a tiny problem with WordPress 2.0 and trackbacks. They are investigating the situation as it isn’t consistent, though it is consistently reported. There is a new patch that seems to fix the issue, but the investigation continues. According to […]

WordPress 2.0

I’ll be writing more about WordPress 2.0 but I wanted to make sure you all had access to some great information and posts about it before I get to the topic. Those of you using WordPress.com have already been using WordPress 2.0, or a near proximity to it. So you’ve been able to see the […]

WordPress Anniversary: WordPress and Evil

As I look back on the ten years of WordPress, there is a dark side to blogging. While many blamed WordPress for the evil, like guns, WordPress doesn’t cause evil, people cause evil. In fact, WordPress, Automattic, and the WordPress Community has fought longer and harder against the evil doers in the world than most […]

WordPress Stats and Numbers: Breaking Their Own Records

Working on developing a core of WordPress classes for Clark College and preparing for the next “Introduction to WordPress” college course in a couple weeks, I’ve put together some statistics on WordPress you might find helpful – and stunning. WordPress continues to break records set by others, but more often lately, break records set by […]

Testers Needed for the Plugin Beta Tester WordPress Plugin

Scott Kingsley Clark of the popular Pods WordPress Plugin and founder of SKC Development, is a leading expert in WordPress Plugins. Like many, he’s been working hard to bring some standards and standardization to WordPress Plugins. Working with Mitcho of Yet Another Related Posts Plugin fame, and the WordPress development team, Scott is revitalizing the […]

WordCamp and WordPress Meetups – The Events Heard Round the World

This weekend is the granddaddy of WordCamps, WordCamp San Francisco 2009 on May 30, 2009. Registration is closed at over 700 attendees for this one day event packed with a ton of the top blogging, social media, search engine, business, and WordPress experts. I’ll be there, so be sure and find me for a hug. […]

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