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We’re Not Done Voting Yet

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While the U.S. Presidential election has come and gone, there are still plenty of things to vote for such as WordPress Ideas. WordPress Ideas is used as a central location where users of WordPress from all across the world share their ideas on how to improve the software, plugins to integrate, etc. At this time, the idea of Easy Updating Of WordPress leads the pack with 910 votes and a rating of five stars. As it turns out, this will be one of the features in WordPress 2.7 known as Core Upgrade. Next on the list is Open ID Integration. Although there are plenty of plugins that easily provide this functionality, considering the amount of steam the idea has, I wouldn’t be surprised to see it in a future version of WordPress.

In order to participate in the WordPress idea center, you must have a WordPress.org user account. This will enable you to create ideas, rate ideas and comment on ideas that have already been submitted.

Examples of ideas that have been implemented into the core of WordPress:

So while many within the WordPress community may think that they have no voice concerning the direction in which WordPress is heading, that thought couldn’t be farther from the truth. The fact of the matter is, you do have a voice. Ultimately, the decision is up to the team on whether or not to include an idea into the core of WordPress, but with a grassroots effort, you can easily make your idea known.

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  1. Ryan McCue (4 comments.) says:

    I’ve created a ticket regarding OpenID integration: http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/8066

  2. ChaosKaizer (62 comments.) says:

    Would it be better if wordpress.com uri (X-XRDS-location: xxxname.wordpress.com) be used as delegate server like claimID did. I like openID but their recommended requirement (GMP & BCMath) is consider not low-cost-hosting friendly, the bundled janRain library is fine but it seem too much for secure one-login-and-registration to functions.

    openID would be great feature for WordPress MU not for simple WordPress blog IMO. I support openID nonetheless.

  3. Balgha says:

    good idea to vote for the best or useful idea, i like this a lot :
    http://wordpress.org/extend/id.....hp?id=1822
    that’s what WP as CMS need.



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