3299 readersThe first WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate has been released. A release candidate is the final stage between beta and final release, and the development equivallent of “we think we’re done.” Over 700 tickets have been resolved so far, and only a few have shown up in the last few hours. The final release of WordPress
2249 readersThe third WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate has been released. There have been a few significant changes made since the second Release Candidate, including the removal of AJAX list tables, which introduced too many bugs and usability issues to be cons...
3149 readersWordPress 3.1 is running just a little bit behind schedule. The second beta was released ten days ago and more testers are needed to make sure that the final release doesn’t ship with any undiscovered bugs. The final release is hopefully not too far away, so now’s the perfect time to download the beta and make
3313 readersThe first release candidate (RC1) for WordPress 3.1 is now available. An RC comes after the beta period and before final release. That means we think we’re done. We currently have no known issues or bugs to squash. But with tens of millions of users, a variety of configurations, and thousands of plugins, it’s possible
8648 readersWordPress 3.2 Beta 1 has been released. It’s not recommended for use on a live site yet, but testing is still encouraged. If you find any bugs, please report them as soon as possible with as much detail as possible. The new beta sports performanc...
4203 readersFollowing the successful post-WordCamp San Francisco code sprint, we are now ready to release the second beta of WordPress 3.0. Things to test: Revised menu user interface Changes to the WordPress exporter and importer to make it more flexible Already have a test install that you want to switch over to the beta? Try the
2900 readersThe second release candidate for WordPress 3.1 is now available. The requisite haiku: Rounding up stragglers Last few bugs for 3.1 Go test RC2 As I outlined in the announcement post for RC1, release candidates are the last stop before the final release. It means we think we’re done, and we again have no bugs
7718 readersWordPress 3.4 RC 3 has been released with just a few lingering issues fixed since the second release candidate. The core developer team is still planning for the final release of WordPress 3.4 to debut some time this week, so it’s time to give this a good solid test, especially if you are a plugin or theme
19945 readersWordPress 3.2 RC2 has been released. There have been a few changes made since RC1, including a few Twenty Eleven tweaks, a new option to randomize header images, and some RTL fixes. This may be the last release candidate before the final, so now’s the time for developers to test their themes and plugins, if they
7004 readersThe release candidate version of BuddyPress 1.2 is now ready for download and testing (svn link). Thank you to those who have contributed so far, we’ve closed over 125 tickets since we released the beta last week. We’re almost there, but we still need your help with this final testing phase. We’re looking for testers on
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