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07.07.2009 Vote for 2.9 Media Features
Last Wednesday, the core development team and a number of contributing developers met in the IRC #wordpress-dev channel to talk about which features should be included in version 2.9, which is now entering the development phase. We’ve been planning to focus on media features in 2.9 for some time, and unsurprisingly, it was media features [...]
15.12.2009 Core Team Meetup Results
To get started, here’s a short video from the meetup discussing some of the topics and 2.9. In the opening pan, you’ll see (L-R) Andrew Ozz, Mark Jaquith, Jane Wells, Peter Westwood, and Ryan Boren, followed by Matt Mullenweg as the first person talking. Tip: go full-screen in HD to feel like you were there.
19.12.2009 2010: A Theme Odyssey
After the video from the core team meetup was posted, the topic that seemed to get the most attention on Twitter and various community sites was Matt’s announcement that there would be a new default theme in 2010, so I thought I’d start with that as the first of the meetup summaries.
When Kubrick was bundled [...]
25.12.2009 Setting Scope
Merry Christmas! One of the things that was discussed at the core commit team meetup was release scope (and scope creep). Now that 2.9 is out and it’s time to start thinking about 3.0, we think it would be appropriate to stop and take a breath before diving in, and make a plan in advance. [...]
11.12.2011 Core Team Meetup Time
It’s almost that time again, when the WordPress core development team gets together in person to review the year’s progress and talk about priorities for the coming year. Next week Matt Mullenweg, Mark Jaquith, Peter Westwood, Andrew Ozz, Andrew Nacin, Dion Hulse, Daryl Koopersmith, Jon Cave, and I will meet at Tybee Island, GA, the [...]
16.05.2012 Calling All Contributors: Community Summit 2012
Each year, the WordPress core development team meets in person for a week to work together and discuss the vision for WordPress in the coming year. As annual events go, it’s easily my favorite. Don’t get me wrong, I love attending WordCamps and local WordPress meetups (which are awesome and you should try to attend [...]
09.05.2009 Contributing to WordPress, Part IV: Ideas, Opinions, Feedback
“I wish they’d implement feature x.”
“Why won’t they put feature y into core? It’s rated really high in the Ideas forum!”
“It doesn’t matter what I think, all the decisions get made by an elite crime-fighting squad funded by an anonymous millionaire. Er, I mean the four core devs.”
These sentiments, and others like them, are the [...]
14.05.2009 Drupal 6.12 и 5.18. Срочно обновляемся.
И вот, опять пришло время обновляться. Исправлены критические уязвимости безопасности (SA-CORE-2009-006 - Drupal core - Cross site scripting). Drupal 6.12 Drupal 5.18 Обновление с предыдущих версий очень рекомендуется. Подробности http://drupal.org/node/449078
02.07.2009 Themes are GPL, too
If WordPress were a country, our Bill of Rights would be the GPL because it protects our core freedoms. We’ve always done our best to keep WordPress.org clean and only promote things that are completely compatible and legal with WordPress’ license. There have been some questions in the community about whether the GPL applies to [...]
10.07.2009 WordPress 2.8.1
WordPress 2.8.1 fixes many bugs and tightens security for plugin administration pages. Core Security Technologies notified us that admin pages added by certain plugins could be viewed by unprivileged users, resulting in information being leaked. Not all plugins are vulnerable to this problem, but we advise upgrading to 2.8.1 to be safe.