Dec 10, 2011

WordPress 3.3 Release Candidate 3

WordPress 3.3 Release Candidate 3  阅读原文»

The third (and hopefully final!) release candidate for WordPress 3.3 is now available. Since RC2, we’ve donea handful of last-minute tweaks and bugfixesthat we felt were necessary.

Our goal is to release version 3.3 early next week, soplugin and theme authors, this is your last pre-release chance to test your plugins and themesto find any compatibility issues before the final release. We’ve publisheda number of postson the development blog that explain important things you need to know as you prepare for WordPress 3.3. Please review this information immediately if you have not done so already.

If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to theAlpha/Beta areain the support forums. Or, if you’re comfortable writing a reproducible bug report, file one onWordPress Trac. Known issues that crop up will be listedhere, but let’s all keep our fingers crossed for a quiet Sunday so we can get these new features into your hands early next week!

To test WordPress 3.3, try theWordPress Beta Tester plugin(you'll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you candownload the release candidate here(zip).

Core Team Meetup Time  阅读原文»

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 same location as the last meetup.

Last year we wanted to do a video town hall, but ran into technical and scheduling difficulties. This year we’re planning ahead, and will definitely make it happen. We’re currently taking questions, and will record a series of town hall-style videos where we answer your questions. Ask about the roadmap, code, community, contributing, WordCamps, meetups, themes, plugins, features, you name it. No topic (as long as it is about WordPress) is off limits, and we’ll do our best to answer as many questions as we can while we are together. The videos will be posted to this blog and archived at

Last year the people who were in attendance also posted pictures and updates to Twitter using the #wptybee tag. We’ll use the same tag this year, so if you’re interested in following along, add it to your Twitter client as a search.

What do you want to know from us? Ask away!


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