Posts Tagged ‘beta’

WordPress 3.3 Beta 4 Released

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November 24th, 2011
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It is time once again to poke WordPress with a sharp stick. WordPress 3.3 Beta 4 has been released, and all major tickets have been closed. Along with the bug fixes come some subtle UI tweaks, more real text (instead of placeholders), and jQuery 1.7.1. The developers feel that they are “very close to a release candidate,” so now’s the time to start poking, prodding, and breaking as many things as you can. If you run into any bugs, don’t forget to report them and contact the support forum if you need help.

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WordPress 3.2 Beta 1 Released

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May 12th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2 Beta 1 has been released. It’s not recommended for use on a live site yet, but testing is still encouraged. If you find any bugs, please report them as soon as possible with as much detail as possible. The new beta sports performance improvements, distraction-free writing, a new Dashboard and Default Theme, more admin bar features, and no more support for long-outdated browsers (including links to the redesigned Browse Happy). If you have any questions, please contact the special support forum or the wp-testers mailing list. If you’re a plugin or theme developer, now’s the time to try WordPress 3.2, as the final release is on target for the end of June. Have you tried the WordPress 3.2 beta yet? What do you think so far?

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2.9.1 Around The Corner

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December 22nd, 2009
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WordPress 2.9 was released last weekend. Yesterday, I was notified that 2.9.1 is most likely around the corner due to some issues that arose because of a last-minute addition to the core of WordPress. The issues revolve around scheduled posts not firing because the cron scheduler ends up broken. The patch can be found here which is already a part of 2.9.1. While reading the support thread, I became concerned with some of the responses that were published. For example, “How could you release an upgrade that is obviously this problem-filled?” or “WordPress should have tested 2.9 before releasing it!“. I’m not sure how many times this has to be preached to the choir but each version of WordPress is tested before it’s release to the public. That is what the Beta releases are for as well as the Release Candidates. WordPress 2.9 went through one release candidate version and […]

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