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28.01.2012 Year of the Meetup
We hereby declare 2012 as the Year of the WordPress Meetup. You'll want to get in on this action. So what is a WordPress Meetup? Basically, it's people in a community getting together — meeting up — who share an interest in WordPress, whether they be bloggers, business users, developers, consultants, or any other category of person able to say, "I use WordPress in some way and I like it, and I want to meet other people who can say the same.
04.06.2009 Summary of #wordpress-dev IRC meetup for 20090603
Next Wednesday, June 10th, is the target date for the release of
WordPress 2.8. Tickets against the 2.8 milestone that are not
blockers will be postponed to another release.
WP 2.9 will require MySQL 4.1.2 or greater. This is raised from the current requirement of 4.0.
Checks will be added to the automatic upgrader that will prevent upgrading to [...]
04.11.2009 Итоги конкурса граффити
В рамках конкурса на лучшее граффити наши пользователи в течение трех месяцев демонстрировали свои таланты с помощью встроенного графического редактора. Результатом стало большое количество присланных нам рисунков, которые тщательно отбирались и проверялись жюри. Как мы и обещали, победители были выбраны в нескольких номинациях, что позволило принять объективное и беспристрастное решение.Читать далее...
06.12.2009 A Brief Intermission
Just a heads up that Trac commits will be pretty low over the next couple of days, as all the core committers are in Orlando: Matt, Ryan, Andrew, Peter and Mark. We all came for WordCamp Orlando (fun!) and are staying a couple of extra days to discuss the vision for WordPress in the coming [...]
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. [...]
24.02.2010 Menus, the Merge, and a Patch Sprint!
A Report from the 3.0 Development Cycle
There’s been a flurry of blog posts about the integration of the WooThemes Custom Navigation into WordPress core, so I thought it was time we posted the official word. For 3.0, the main user-facing feature we wanted to include was a better site menu management system. Currently, dealing with [...]
24.07.2013 WordPress 3.6 Release Candidate 2
The second release candidate for WordPress 3.6 is now available for download and testing. We’re down to only a few remaining issues, and the final release should be available in a matter of days. In RC2, we’ve tightened up some aspects of revisions, autosave, and the media player, and fixed some bugs that were spotted […]
04.12.2013 WordPress 3.8 RC1
We’re entering the quiet but busy part of a release, whittling down issues to bring you all of the new features you’re excited about with the stability you expect from WordPress. There are just a few days from the “code freeze” for our 3.8 release, which includes a number of exciting enhancements, so the focus […]