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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 [...]
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 [...]
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.
28.10.2009 Plugin Compatibility Beta
The number one reason people give us for not upgrading to the latest version of WordPress is fear that their plugins won’t be compatible. As part of our continuing efforts to make WordPress core, plugin, and theme upgrades as painless as possible, Michael Adams developed and launched a beta of a new “Compatibility” feature in [...]
01.11.2009 Upcoming Bug Hunts!
As we near completion of the 2.9 milestone, it’s that time of dev cycle again, when we ask all you community developers who’ve been putting off contributing to core to dust off your dev environments and help us get closer to being release-ready. How? Bug hunts! Yes, that time-honored tradition (in the time of WordPress, [...]
17.11.2009 Core Contributors at WordCamp NYC
WordCamp NYC was last weekend, and it was crazy awesome to have so many WordPress users and developers together in one place (final numbers to come, but looks like over 700). One of my favorite moments was right at the end, when someone suggested getting a picture of the core contributors (I’d asked them all [...]
01.12.2009 A Little Support?
Thanksgiving was last week, and I thought about doing a post to thank the people who contribute to WordPress core, since this is a group of people I’m thankful for on a daily basis. I started a draft, and then realized that with 2.9 in beta, we’ll have a release announcement sometime in the next [...]
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 [...]