{ SPAM 1 }::[EventCalendar] Wordpress 2.0 to be released next week.

Rusty Smith rusty.smith at auburn.edu
Fri Dec 2 13:20:01 UTC 2005

Sorry in advance, but we DO use a Windows Server for our WordPress

The upgrade path you describe sounds fine. The message from Maira makes it
sound pretty easy for users to use either 1.5 (unsupported) or 2.0
(supported) pretty easily.

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-----Original Message-----
From: eventcalendar-bounces at firetree.net
[mailto:eventcalendar-bounces at firetree.net] On Behalf Of Alex Tingle
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 10:54 AM
To: eventcalendar at firetree.net
Subject: { SPAM 1 }::[EventCalendar] Wordpress 2.0 to be released next week.

Dear EventCalendarers,

Darrell Schulte pointed me towards the IRC Wordpress dev meetup. I sat 
in on it yesterday, and photomatt suggested that 2.0 could be released 
as early as next week.

He seemed proud of the fact that they'd kept the changed "somewhat 
under wraps". This seems a bizarre boast to me - it just makes my job 
as a plugin developer that much harder. Oh well.

So, the plan for EventCalendar seems clear:
   EC3.0.x     will continue for a while to support WP1.5 users.
   EC3.1-beta  will be for WP1.5 to start with.
   EC3.1-final WILL ONLY SUPPORT WP2.0.

I've an obligation to support EC3.1 on WP1.5 for designspot.org. I'll 
do that for a while by maintaining a backport patch, even if EC3.1 is 
released before designspot upgrades. To start with, I'll probably make 
the WP1.5 version available, to encourage folks to try it out without 
having to update to WP2.0.

General question: How many people run Wordpress on a windows server? 
(Applying patches is a pain on windows.)



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