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WordPress 3.2 RC1 Released

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WordPress 3.2 RC1 has been released. The release candidate stage is that special stage after beta which pretty much amounts to, “We think we’re done,” so now is the time for the community to really dig in, find bugs, and share some honest feedback.

Over 360 tickets have been closed, so quite a bit has changed since WordPress 3.1, which means that now is definitely the time for plugin and theme developers to test their products before WordPress 3.2 is officially released.

If you find any bugs, please check the known issues first, then file a bug report. If you need any help, please feel free to contact the WordPress.org Support Forums.

What do you think of WordPress 3.2 so far?

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  1. Ben Acheson (1 comments.) says:

    I’m really pleased with WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate 1. They’ve been very quick get on top of bugs. Having a huge number of users is really helpful. HTML mode is available, which is really helpful for SEO and support for Google Chrome Frame makes for very fast page loads – even in internet explorer. All good for the user and the site owner.

  2. Mary says:

    Overall I think that WP 3.2 is good. I didn’t have any major issues. kudos!

  3. Omar Tariq Jutt (1 comments.) says:

    I love the upcoming version of WordPress. Cool new look and totally awesome post writer. Can’t wait for complete version!



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