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WordPress.org Passwords Reset

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June 23rd, 2011
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The WordPress team noticed some suspicious changes made to the AddThis, WPtouch, and W3 Total Cache plugins in the official plugin directory. The three plugins have been updated to remove the suspicious code, and all account passwords on WordPress.org have been reset as a precautionary measure. If you have an account on WordPress.org, you’ll need to reset your password. To avoid future problems, or at the very least notice such activity sooner, the WordPress team has enabled notification emails for all plugin developers for whenever their plugin files are changed. If you have a WordPress.com account or a self-hosted WordPress blog, this reset did not affect your own user account, but you should probably immediately upgrade your copies of AddThis, WPtouch, and W3 Total Cache, if you’re using them of course.

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WordPress Forum User Guide

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December 24th, 2008
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A recent discussion has popped up on the WordPress Testers mailing list revolving around using the list as an area to receive support. Over the past few weeks, users have been publishing support questions which in many aspects, would be better served in the WordPress.org support forums. The problem with that is, the testers list is maintained and operated by people who have a knowledgeable background with the WordPress software, there are less users, and receiving answers is typically a speedier process. With this in mind, I’ve decided to whip up a guide on how to maximize the use of the WordPress.org forum. It’s not exactly as cut and dry as you would think. This list of steps was comprised mostly by Michael E. Hancock with additional tips provided by Otto and myself. 1. A new user may want to read the Forum Rules 2. Report inappropriate posts/threads by adding […]

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New Translation Of WordPress

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February 8th, 2008
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There is some great news today for those that live in or around Kazakhstan and use WordPress. WordPress.org software, which has already been translated into a number of different languages, can lay claim to having a Kazakh translated version. Kazakh is the native language of Kazakhstan. According to a press release, the number of Kazakh bloggers has grown considerably, mostly due in part to a Google Group that was created which explained how the software works. Up to this point, WordPress has been translated into 57 different languages (not counting the OTHERS category). This would make number 58. To see all of the various translations that have occurred thus far, check out the Codex Article labeled, WordPress In Your Language

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