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WordPress 3.2 Downloaded over 9 Million Times

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October 5th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2 has been downloaded over 9 million times since it was released last July. That means that there has almost been 100,000 downloads of WordPress 3.2 each day, once again calling out to the rapid adoption rate that WordPress sees with each major release. At this rate, WordPress 3.2 will soon exceed the 15 million count that WordPress 3.1 reached just before WordPress 3.2 was released. If you aren’t using WordPress, start today and contribute to the counter’s rise!

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The Philosophy Behind WordPress 3.2

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July 25th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2 has been out for a while now, which some rather big changes and introduced some great new features. Some folks love the changes, some folks aren’t too happy with the changes, and others are just happy to keep using such a great blogging platform. No matter how you feel about the changes in WordPress 3.2, you might be interested in this great interview with Matt Mullenweg by WebProNews on the philosophy and thoughts behind WordPress 3.2.

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WordPress 3.2.1 Released

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July 13th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2.1 has been released. This quick maintenance release fixes a minor JSON-related server incompatibility that only affected a few users and adds a few finishing touches to the new Dashboard and Twenty Eleven theme. This is the first release to make use of the new update system, which only replaces changes files, so you should notice a much quicker process compared to previous automated updates.

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WordPress 3.2 Released

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July 4th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2 has been released! WordPress is now faster and lighter, with a new Dashboard, new default theme, distraction free writing, admin bar enhancements, and much more. WordPress now requires a minimum of PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5.0, so make sure that you’re ready before upgrading. Support for the long-outdated Internet Explorer 6 has been dropped too, but there are many alternatives. To avoid any potential issues, make sure that you temporarily deactivate all of your plugins before upgrading, and refer to the WordPress 3.2 Troubleshooting Master List if you run into any problems.

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WordPress 3.1.4 and 3.2 RC3 Released

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June 29th, 2011
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WordPress 3.1.4 and 3.2 RC3 have been released. WordPress 3.1.4 is primarily a security release which addresses one particular issue and “also incorporates several other security fixes and hardening measures.” WordPress 3.2 RC3 is described as “about all that stood in the way of a final release of WordPress 3.2.” It contains a few minor fixes and the same security improvements from 3.1.4. If you’re still on the 3.1 branch, update now to secure your blog. If you’re curious about 3.2, or you’re a theme or plugin developer, grab the Beta Tester plugin now to try it out. WordPress 3.2 is almost here! Can you feel the excitement in the air?

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WordPress 3.2 RC2 Released

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June 25th, 2011
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WordPress 3.2 RC2 has been released. There have been a few changes made since RC1, including a few Twenty Eleven tweaks, a new option to randomize header images, and some RTL fixes. This may be the last release candidate before the final, so now’s the time for developers to test their themes and plugins, if they have not done so already. 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. Have you tried WordPress 3.2 yet? What do you think so far?

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What WordPress 3.2 items are you looking forward to?

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June 21st, 2011
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With the release of RC 1, WordPress 3.2 is fast approaching completion. Besides some notable changes, WordPress 3.2 has actually received a total of over 370 changes to date. Not only will this version of WordPress be dropping support for Internet Explorer 6 and requiring a minimum of PHP 5.2.4 and MySQL 5, but it will be introducing distraction free writing, a new Dashboard, Twenty Eleven, and an expanded Admin Bar. Which feature are you looking forward to the most?

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WordPress 3.2 RC1 Released

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June 15th, 2011
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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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New WordPress Default Theme Unveiled

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Twenty Eleven, the new WordPress default theme, has been officially unveiled. If you notice the similarities between Twenty Eleven and Duster, that’s because Duster was more or less the beta release of Twenty Eleven, but don’t be fooled by the similar looks. Twenty Eleven contains several under-the-hood enhancements and additional features, and it will be included by default with all WordPress downloads as soon as WordPress 3.2 is released! WordPress.com users are welcome to try Twenty Eleven on their blogs now, and self-hosted WordPress users eager to try Twenty Eleven are more than welcome to get involved in WordPress 3.2 beta testing. Of course, if beta testing isn’t your thing, you can always try out the theme’s demo. What do you think of the new default WordPress theme?

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