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Posted December 31, 2005 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Releases.

The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Duke” release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface. Before you upgrade from an earlier version, remember that this is a major release and thousands of lines of code have changed. Before upgrading it’s always good, just in case, to make a backup of your database and WordPress files. It only takes a few minutes and gives you a total safety net if for whatever reason things don’t work. It is also probably a good idea to turn off your plugins, and activate them one-by-one after you’ve upgraded. Without further ado, you can download WordPress 2 right now. Read on for more information about what we think you’ll love about Duke.

User Features

  • Completely Redesigned Backend — The first thing you’ll notice when you login to your blog is the backend has been completely overhauled for both aesthetics and usability. This is the first iteration of exciting things to come from the Shuttle team of designers that has been volunteering their time, and look for even more aesthetic improvements in the future.
  • Faster Administration — Call it AJAX, call it DHTML, call it Larry, but we’ve paid close attention to streamlining some of the most common tasks in managing your blog. For example if you’re writing a post and you can add categories on the fly, much like tagging in Flickr. Also instead of having two separate UIs for “simple” and “advanced” posting, we’ve combined them and let you customize the layout of the page on the fly by dragging and dropping the dialogs around. It saves where you put things so when you return it’s just like you left it. When you delete a comment or category it will fade out without a page load.
  • WYSIWYG Editing — WP dev Andy Skelton and the TinyMCE team have done a tremendous amount of work to bring a smooth WYSIWYG editing experience to WordPress. As code purists, we are very picky about what kind of HTML is generated, and while it’s not perfect yet (for instance nested lists can cause trouble) for 95% of what you do post-to-post the WYSIWYG should save you time. And if it doesn’t, you can turn it off on your profile page. One note: Safari and older versions of Opera, both fantastic browsers, don’t yet support everything that’s needed to do WYSIWYG, but we fully expect new versions of those browsers will continue to improve their standards support, so it may just be a matter of time.
  • Included Spam and Backup Plugins — We’ve included two of the most popular WordPress plugins: Skippy’s DB backup can backup your database to a file and optionally email you a copy; Akismet is a distributed anti-spam system which gets smarter the more people use it.
  • Resizable Editing — This is one of my personal favorite features. Ever been writing a post and that textarea seemed a little small? Happens to me all the time, and our new rich text editor includes a feature that lets you resize the editor on-the-fly by clicking on the corner, just like a regular window.
  • Inline Uploading — We’ve optimized our uploader for image, audio, and video files and put it inline with the posting screen. You don’t have to bounce around any more when writing a post! It also will organize your files for you as you upload them to make them easier to find later. On the backend, each uploaded file is actually a “sub-post” so it can have individual comments and pingbacks, its own permalink, and even a custom template based on what type of file it is. You can click on attached files to get a menu of options, or if you’re on Firefox you can drag and drop them into your WYSIWYG editor.
  • Faster Posting — In the past if you were linking to a number of posts or pinging a lot of update services, your posting time could appear to slow to a crawl even though everything was instantly done on the backend. We’ve modified how this works now so posting should be near-instantaneous, like everything else in WordPress.
  • Post Preview — Another enhancement to the post screen, now when you save a post it shows a live preview of how the post would look on your site, with the stylesheet and theme and everything. No more publishing a post just to see if it works.
  • Streamlined Importing — We’ve rewritten our import system from the ground up to be much easier to use (you no longer have to edit files), put it behind authentication, and also made it easy for new importers to be dropped into the system, much like plugins.
  • User Roles — We had a ton of feedback on our old numerical user level system. No one was exactly sure what those numbers meant! We’ve distilled the basic functions into a set of roles — such as administrator, editor, contributor — that make it easier to understand what sort of capabilities you’re giving your blog’s users. The new system is completely pluggable too, so plugins can modify roles and create groups that have access to certain things.
  • Header Customization — If you’re tired of the blue header in the default theme, you can now change the colors and text of it, which we’ve included as a demo of some of the new features available to theme authors.

Developer Features

On the backend we’ve done a ton of changes to clean up code, make things more consistent, and enable a lot of new types of applications to be built on top of WordPress.

  • User Level Options — You can now store options on a per-user level rather than having them apply for the entire blog. An example of this in WP2 is with the rich text editor, which can be turned on or off per a user’s discretion.
  • Improved Abstraction — We’ve eliminated almost all direct SQL queries from the code and moved them to functions and classes that make the entire program more consistent.
  • Built-in Caching — WordPress now includes a completely pluggable object cache system that cuts the number of queries most pages do in half. By default it is disk-based, but there is already a plugin to use memcached and we expect more are on their way. We’ve only begun to tap into this.
  • Plugin Hooks Galore — We’ve added hooks for plugin authors wherever we could think to, so what you’re able to do in the new system is pretty dramatic. Ne features like the WYSIWYG and the inline uploader are completely pluggable and can be replaced entirely.
  • Import Framework — The new import framework allows you to create an importer with about a third of the code you used to need, and it can have a consistent interface with no extra work.
  • Theme Functions — Themes can now include a functions.php file that will now be loaded like a plugin attached to the theme.
  • Theme preview images — You can now include a screenshot of the theme with the download so in the WP interface your users will see a quick preview of what it looks like.
  • Hundreds and Hundreds of Bug Fixes2.0 has hundreds of tracked bugs and enhancements, many that are very subtle.

You may have noticed our design has changed quite a bit. We’ve also moved WordPress.org to a newer, faster server. There were a few issues with the move which is why we’ve held off for a few days on announcing 2.0. Everything seems to be smooth sailing now.

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  62. [...] Ævlet af Rander og fejlagtigt stoppet i kategorien DET er cool! • PermaLink • TrackBack (0)  [...]

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  63. wordpress zwei punkt null ist fertig

    und noch ein weihnachtsgeschenk:
    Die Weblog-Verwaltungssoftware WordPress liegt seit gestern in Version 2.0 vor. [computerwoche]
    die jeweils aktuelle Version gibt es bei wordpress.org
    auch:
    bei weblog tool collection, perun, webmaster-blog und dittes…

    Trackback from WordPresser.net on December 31, 2005

  64. [...] Päivitin WordPressin RC versiosta Finaliin. No siinä samalla onnistuin rikkomaan tuon uuden ulkoasun, joten palasin tähän vanhaan, monien mielestä parempaan, ulkoasuun. [...]

    Pingback from Jasmon blogi » Sekalaista on December 31, 2005

  65. [...] WordPressin Matt listaa omassa blogissaaan WordPress 2.0:n uudet ominaisuudet. Binary Bonsai puolestaan julkisti päivitetyn version ulkoasua ja ohjelmointia yhdistelevästä K2-teemasta, joka tekee WordPressista melkoisen vempeleen. Nämä asiat ovat erityisen tärkeitä yhdessä, eivät niinkään erikseen. K2 (kuten Squible)täydentää WordPressia siitä, mistä perusohjalmalla jää parannettavaa. Avainsanat [...]

    Pingback from Pohdiskeleva Liftari » WordPress 2:n uudet ominaisuudet, uusi versio K2:sta on December 31, 2005

  66. [...] Finally, the dev blog has released it officially. [...]

    Pingback from Caught in the World "Wild" Web » WordPress 2.0 Released on December 31, 2005

  67. [...] Länken till Wp2 finns HÄR. [...]

    Pingback from Virtuellt bondförnuft - HitOchDit.com » Uppdatera eller inte, det är frågan. on December 31, 2005

  68. [...] Ich habe eben mein Blog auf WordPress 2.0 aktualisiert. Update ging Problemlos. Hauptsächlich die Administration wurde aufpoliert, aktives HTML (AJAX), WYSIWYG-Editor uvm. [...]

    Pingback from Swing tanzen verboten! » WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  69. [...] WordPress’in 2.0 numaralı sürümü WordPress “Duke” çıkmış. Tüm zamanların en büyük bestecilerinden, alemin “dük”ü Duke Ellington‘a bir selam çakmaları beni ziyadesi ile sevindirdi. Yine bir sürpriz, bir “tesadüf”, bağlantılar ve yeni bir yıl. Haydi hayırlısı…   [...]

    Pingback from FZ Blogs » Wild Man Blues; Edebiyat - Blog- Tıp; WordPress 2.0 ve Duke Ellington on December 31, 2005

  70. WordPress 2.0 pronto per il download

    Proprio oggi è stato divulgata la seconda versione di WordPress, ma non corriamo troppo in fretta…

    Trackback from Il tuttlog di Tassoman on December 31, 2005

  71. Oppgradert wp-versjon

    Nå kjører oddvang.net siste versjon (2.0) av WordPress. Oppdateringen er lite synlig for de som leser bloggen, men jeg som administrator har fått en helt ny look på dashbordet mitt. :-)
    Dette er bare èn av tingene som har skjedd i dag, i tillegg t…

    Trackback from oddvang.net on December 31, 2005

  72. [...] it’s time to upgrade to the latest wordpress, which just went 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from tomment » wordpress 2 is out on December 31, 2005

  73. [...] For anyone that’s interested, the list of new features can be found here [...]

    Pingback from sheepeatingtaz » Blog Archive » Blog Upgrade on December 31, 2005

  74. [...] Aspettando la serata che si avvicina e scarrozzando quà e là tra i miei soliti link ho scoperto come WordPress 2.0 sia ancora troppo giovane per addentrarsi in un eventuale upgrade, eccovi alcuni motivi, trovate anche come ritornare indietro se avete già upgradato il tutto. [...]

    Pingback from RantoloBlog » WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  75. [...] [...]

    Pingback from PaperBoots.net :: Weblog » WordPress 2 공개 on December 31, 2005

  76. [...] Here’s some news. WordPress 2.0 official release, “Duke”, is out. AzureFlux got himself a PSP. Intel is changing it’s slogan from the 10 year old “Intel Inside” to “Leap Ahead”. 2006 is just around the corner. [...]

    Pingback from TwoViews » Blog Archive » Uneventful on December 31, 2005

  77. WordPress 2.0

    Så er WordPress 2.0 kommet og jeg har fået opgraderet bloggen.
    Indtil videre ser det ud til at fungere fint, men der kan jo dukke problemer op hen ad vejen.
    Blandt dye ting kan nævnes WYSIWYG-editor og fil-upload.

    Trackback from spiri.dk on December 31, 2005

  78. [...] The fine people who created the software that runs this blog have just announced that WordPress 2 has officially been released. Tonnes of great new features including a completely redesigned backend that includes a bunch of AJAX goodness, the awesome Askimet comment spam busting plugin, resizable editing box and faster posting! [...]

    Pingback from thisismyblog.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Officially Released on December 31, 2005

  79. Rilasciato WordPress 2.0

    Gli sviluppatori di WordPress hanno rilasciato, come promesso nei giorni scorsi, la versione finale di WordPress 2.0 (in inglese). Con l’occasione il sito ufficiale ha ricevuto un significativo restyling per segnalare l’evento.

    La nuova versione d…

    Trackback from lucatogni.ch on December 31, 2005

  80. WordPress 2.0 released

    So, WordPress 2.0 or “Duke” [has been released](http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/). It now has a WYSIWYG Editing system using AJAX thanks to [TinyMCE](http://tinymce.moxiecode.com) and a whole host new integrated plug-ins (including anti-…

    Trackback from Playpen on December 31, 2005

  81. [...] Ya salió la última versión de WordPress, la 2.0 definitiva. [...]

    Pingback from Raismave - Raúl Machado » Blog Archive » Wordpres 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  82. [...] The end of the year is nigh, but a nice way to end is the lovely upgrade to WordPress 2.0, s’wicked!! Nice work guys (and gals… [...]

    Pingback from The Fields of Anfield Road » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0, New Years Eve and Hangovers… on December 31, 2005

  83. WordPress 2.0 Final

    Finally, WordPress 2.0 Final is out (several days ago xD)
    For the list of changes:
    http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/
    (too long >_>)
    Havent update my blog to 2.0 yet. Will update it when i remember or i have time. ^_^

    Trackback from Random Stuff on December 31, 2005

  84. [...] وردپرس بالاخره نسخه 2.0 را به طور رسمی منتشر کرد. [...]

    Pingback from وردپرس پارسی » بایگانی وبلاگ » وردپرس نسخه 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  85. [...] Et voilà, c’est fait, WordPress 2.0 est officiellement disponible. Joli cadeau pour finir 2005 en beauté Bonne année ! [...]

    Pingback from Securebastion Blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0, c’est parti ! on December 31, 2005

  86. [...] Selamat Tahun Baru 2006 diari, pertama ku update wordpress blog ini ke versi 2.0 realesenya 31 Desember 2005 dengan nama "Duke". Sejak tahun 2003 blog ini selalu setia menemani sebagai tempat mencurahkan segalanya yang tak terkatakan diantara banyak kata-kata, sebentar lagi tahun 2005 akan berlalu, doa dan syukur kupanjatkan kepada Tuhan yang telah memberikan segalanya baik apa sudah kuperoleh dan yang masih diperjuangkan. [...]

    Pingback from henry gultom » Menjelang Tahun Baru 2006 on December 31, 2005

  87. WordPress 2.0 disponible

    Le très célèbre et puissant moteur de blog WordPresse est désormais disponible en version 2.0 avec de nombreuses modifications.

    Trackback from Whynet.org - Actualités on December 31, 2005

  88. [...] Gerade eben auf WordPress Version 2.0 upgegradet. Das “neue” Adminpanel sieht schonmal recht schick aus. Mal schaun, wie sich die neuen Funktionen und Verbesserungen in der Praxis bewähren.   [...]

    Pingback from Dinge, die die Welt bewegen… » Upgrade on December 31, 2005

  89. WordPress 2.0 (final) released — too buggy

    the execution of this particular release is rather disappointing. though the 2.0 downloads were available for a few days, there was no official announcement until today. server migration was partly to blame. there are mixed feelings amongst many WordP…

    Trackback from negimaki.com : service status on December 31, 2005

  90. WordPress 2.0 (final) released — too buggy

    the execution of this particular release is rather disappointing. though the 2.0 downloads were available for a few days, there was no official announcement until today. server migration was partly to blame. there are mixed feelings amongst many WordP…

    Trackback from negimaki.com : service status on December 31, 2005

  91. WordPress 2.0 (final) released — too buggy

    the execution of this particular release is rather disappointing. though the 2.0 downloads were available for a few days, there was no official announcement until today. server migration was partly to blame. there are mixed feelings amongst many WordP…

    Trackback from negimaki.com : service status on December 31, 2005

  92. WordPress 2.0 (final) released — too buggy

    the execution of this particular release is rather disappointing. though the 2.0 downloads were available for a few days, there was no official announcement until today. server migration was partly to blame. there are mixed feelings amongst many WordP…

    Trackback from negimaki.com : service status on December 31, 2005

  93. WordPress 2 har kommit!

    Wordpress (koden som vår blogg bygger på) har kommit ut i version 2. Jag tänker inte sitta och läsa igenom allt som står i pressmeddelandet nu (kolla publiseringsdatum så förstår du varför), men en uppdatering kommer ske första veckan efter …

    Trackback from Jag och bror on December 31, 2005

  94. WordPress – WordPress 2 released

    The guys at WordPress.org have rounded out the 2005 with a major upgrade to WordPress bringing a raft of enhancements and new features.

    Trackback from The Qwertyrash Blogs on December 31, 2005

  95. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out and available for download now. I don’t know how the development team did it — I mean with the holidays and all — but here it is. And now I have to admit that I haven’t even played with the betas, so I’ve got no clue how bsuite works with the big 2.0. For all I know it works just fine, or it drops all your tables and sends your browser history to your mother, so please take caution. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 & bsuite « MaisonBisson.com on December 31, 2005

  96. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out and available for download now. I don’t know how the development team did it — I mean with the holidays and all — but here it is. And now I have to admit that I haven’t even played with the betas, so I’ve got no clue how bsuite works with the big 2.0. For all I know it works just fine, or it drops all your tables and sends your browser history to your mother, so please take caution. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 & bsuite « MaisonBisson.com on December 31, 2005

  97. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out and available for download now. I don’t know how the development team did it — I mean with the holidays and all — but here it is. And now I have to admit that I haven’t even played with the betas, so I’ve got no clue how bsuite works with the big 2.0. For all I know it works just fine, or it drops all your tables and sends your browser history to your mother, so please take caution. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 & bsuite « MaisonBisson.com on December 31, 2005

  98. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out and available for download now. I don’t know how the development team did it — I mean with the holidays and all — but here it is. And now I have to admit that I haven’t even played with the betas, so I’ve got no clue how bsuite works with the big 2.0. For all I know it works just fine, or it drops all your tables and sends your browser history to your mother, so please take caution. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 & bsuite « MaisonBisson.com on December 31, 2005

  99. [...] Offical wordpress 2.0 release announcement is out, has the complete feature summary. [...]

    Pingback from There and Back Again » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Upgrade on December 31, 2005

  100. [...] This weblog runs on WP 1.5. Excellent weblog/web site authoring system. Highly recommended by me.. I will eventually update this website to 2.0 – although most of the cool new features are on the authoring side and will not be visible to you, other than it will become easier for me to do a number of things, like add photos. See WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 for more information. Trackback · • • • [...]

    Pingback from Common Sense Technology »Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 is out on December 31, 2005

  101. [...] WordPress 2.0 (”Duke”) has been released so our blog will be down briefly (fingers crossed!) while it’s upgraded. Technorati Tags: blog config [...]

    Pingback from Paul, Kerri and The Boys » Blog Archive » WordPress Upgrade on December 31, 2005

  102. [...] Un regalo per l’ultimo giorno dell’anno dedicato a tutti i blogger. La versione 2.0 di WordPress, nome in codice Duke, è stata rilasciata ufficialmente proprio oggi. Per maggiori informazioni sulle nuove caratteritische di questo CMS per weblog rimando al post di Fullo. [...]

    Pingback from Rilasciato ufficialmente WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  103. [...] Wow! Checkout the new WP 2.0 release! There are dozens of features for developers and blog admins in addition to hundreds of bug fixes and enhancements. [...]

    Pingback from Bernie’s ramblings… » WordPress 2 on December 31, 2005

  104. [...] WordPress 2: The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 ‘Duke’ release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface. Before you upgrade from an earlier version, remember that this is a major release and thousands of lines of code have changed. Before upgrading it’s always good, just in case, to make a backup of your database and WordPress files. It only takes a few minutes and gives you a total safety net if for whatever reason things don’t work. It is also probably a good idea to turn off your plugins, and activate them one-by-one after you’ve upgraded. Without further ado, you can download WordPress 2 right now. [...]

    Pingback from Thomas Winston Thorpe » Blog Archive » Upgraded to WP 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  105. [...] Matt ha pubblicato un post dove riepiloga le novità di WordPress 2.0, gustatevelo! [...]

    Pingback from Black Bird | Blog » Archivio » Le novità di WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  106. [...] Read more of the new features here. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 “Duke” -- Pinoy Tech Blog - The Philippines’ Premier Technology Blog on December 31, 2005

  107. [...] È ufficiale, la nuova versione di WordPress 2.0 ha come nome di release “Dukeâ€?, denominata così in onore del pianista e compositore jazz Duke Ellington. Prosegue così il “matrimonio” fra le versioni di WordPress e i riferimenti a famosi musicisti jazz. Da notare che l’annuncio ufficiale non comporta modifiche alla distribuzione che è quella rilasciata il 26 dicembre, è solo l’annuncio ufficiale sul blog che appare in ritardo di qualche giorno per la grande mole di lavoro che il gruppo di sviluppo di WordPress ha avuto per l’aggiornamento del sito ufficiale, del codex, del forum, ed i progetti correlati (akismet, wordpress.com etc). [...]

    Pingback from WordPress Italy » Blog Archive » And the name is… on December 31, 2005

  108. [...] Actualización: Para mayor información sobre la nueva versión de WordPress puedes ver el post del blog oficial « Google Live Query   Bill Gates se jubila » [...]

    Pingback from La Sabana del León » WordPress 2.0 ¡Liberado! on December 31, 2005

  109. [...] So. WordPress 2.0 is out. [...]

    Pingback from kirabug’s idea files on December 31, 2005

  110. [...] As a late Christmas present to some of us, it looks like WordPress 2 is out. I have no idea what’s new. [...]

    Pingback from GuardYourPants.com » Blog Archive » Hogmanay on December 31, 2005

  111. [...] Así como lo lees! Este día Matt Mullenweg anunció en el blog oficial de WordPress que ya está lista la nueva versión estable del gestor de contenido libre más popular de la Web. [...]

    Pingback from Xtandard on December 31, 2005

  112. [...] I know I mentioned it before, but it’s now official. WordPress 2.0 is out and about. I would highly recomend you to go get it. [...]

    Pingback from NakedCleaner.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  113. [...] Hace apenas 18 horas que ha salido el WordPress 2.0 y ya lo tengo instalado y funcionando. Sólo decir que es una obra de arte. [...]

    Pingback from Diario de un cometero » Blog Archive » Se acaba el año… on December 31, 2005

  114. 2005年已离去

    现在已ç»?离2005年过去几个å°?时了,我还在奋战,处ç?†ã€Šæ˜Ÿé™…迷航》中的玩家作弊问题——大过年的,干点什么ä¸?好,唉~
    也就是在2005年的最å?Žä¸€å¤©ï¼ŒçŸ³å®¶åº„终于èˆ?得下了一场å°?雪,å°?得å?¯æ…

    Trackback from Fwolf's Blog on December 31, 2005

  115. WordPress 2.0…. Who Cares?

    The software I use for this blog is called WordPress… for those of you who are familiar with WordPress, you probably know that version 2.0 came out not too long ago. I haven’t upgraded to 2.0 yet, and the other day Owen wanted to know why.

    I haven’t…

    Trackback from TheBisch on December 31, 2005

  116. [...] Update 3:Finally an official post about WP 2.0 Here. [...]

    Pingback from This ‘N That » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 seems to be here. on December 31, 2005

  117. [...] WordPress has released version 2 of their blogging software just in time for the new year. I look forward to testing it out and making use of the new software. [...]

    Pingback from Dave’s Notes » Blog Archive » Major Upgrade of WordPress :: on December 31, 2005

  118. [...] ورد پرس جدید (معرÙ?ی به Ù?ارسی) نصب شد. سیزده دقیقه. این نسخه برای آنهایی که می‌خواهند از بلاگر یا موبل تایپ به وردپرس مهاجرت کنند امکانات خوبی گذاشته. می‌گویند در این نسخه از تکنولوژی آژاکس استÙ?اده شده، من این آژاکس را نمی‌شناسم، آژاکسی که می‌شناسم سربازی بود که در جنگ تروا خدمت می‌کرد. بعد از جنگ به شهر برگشت و به‌جان خودش اÙ?تاد و دو دستی جان به جان Ø¢Ù?رین تسلیم کرد.   [...]

    Pingback from مه‌زود » وردپرس جدید on December 31, 2005

  119. [...] Upgrading to WordPress 2.0, so the site will likely change its look a few times this weekend. [...]

    Pingback from blackrobes.net » Blog Archive » Onward and upward on December 31, 2005

  120. [...] بالاخره بعد از Û³ روز از انتشار بی سر و صدای نسخه Û² وردپرس ، امروز انتشار این نسخه به طور رسمی اعلام شد. تغییرات این نسخه مخصوصا در قسمت مدیریت نسبت به نسخه پیشین Û±.Ûµ.Û² بسیار چشمگیر است. همچنین امکانات بسیار زیادی هم برای توسعه دهندگان آن در نظر گرÙ?ته شده است. علت تاخیر سه روزه در اعلام رسمی انتشار این نسخه که به اÙ?تخار Duke Ellington ( آهنگساز و نوازنده پیانو – در سبک جاز – ) Duke نامگذاری شده است، تغییرات در طراحی و انتقال سرور سایت وردپرس اعلام شده است. برای اطلاعات بیشتر می توانید به این صÙ?حه مراجعه کنید. [...]

    Pingback from وبلاگ مانی منجمی » نسخه 2 وردپرس منتشر شد on December 31, 2005

  121. [...] هاه… WordPress 2.0 هم آمد. من که خيلي دوست‌اش دارم. اگر MT داريد به راه راست بياييد و WordPress نسب کنيد و در جنگ با اسپم‌ها پيروز باشيد(: Filed under: [...]

    Pingback from SEEKING LIFE » وردپرس 2 on December 31, 2005

  122. [...] Update: It took a couple of days but the official announcement is finally out. Freaking awesome! [...]

    Pingback from the lone sysadmin » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  123. [...] Anybody try using the new version of WordPress yet? I’m curious how it is, and if it will work with themes for version 1.5… [...]

    Pingback from The Shaking Fist » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on December 31, 2005

  124. [...] The stupendous team over at WordPress, which makes the excellent blog software of the same name, has released WordPress 2.0, and we are now running it here at brachiator.net. [...]

    Pingback from brachiator » Blog Archive » Now Playing: WordPress 2.0 on December 31, 2005

  125. [...] WordPress v2.0 has just been released. Like most things in life, this is a double edged sword. [...]

    Pingback from The Rhyme of Sim’ » New version of WordPress on December 31, 2005

  126. [...] Avete scaricato wordpress 2.0 nei giorni scorsi? Era uno scherzo! La nuova versione, denominata Duke in onore del jazzista Duke Ellington, è stata annunciata in pompa magna solo oggi. Quella che avete scaricata era una versione beta preliminare, piena di buchi che vi farà rosolare all’inferno per il resto dei vostri giorni… Proprio mentre scrivo queste note, il noto esperto di sicurezza cieco Red Harring, ha scoperto un buco di sicurezza nella gestione dei CSS da parte dell’engine di WordPress permetterebbe ad un attaccante con un lettore braille di leggere le password di amminstrazione nascoste sotto gli asterischi. [...]

    Pingback from jtheo » Blog Archive » E’ uscito WordPress 2.0! on December 31, 2005

  127. [...] Happy New Years to everyone! Right on time for 2006, WordPress has officially released WordPress 2. [...]

    Pingback from Let’s Be Pirates » Blog Archive » Happy New Years on December 31, 2005

  128. Happy New Year with WP2.0!

    20 hours ago, WordPress 2.0 was released. 20 minutes ago, I downloaded the new code (put up a temporary offline notice, got rid of the old 1.5.2, installed the new). Less than 9 hours from now, I’ll enter a new year with my wife besides me. Happy…

    Trackback from djchuang.com on December 31, 2005

  129. wordpress 2.0 is out

    wordpress 2.0 what i have now has been released officaly

    Trackback from Pimpinlinux Blog on December 31, 2005

  130. WordPress 2.0 is live

    Time to test and upgrade all the blogs methinks.
    Looks like a lot of new features – for me (the admin) and for everyone who posts. Nice work chaps.

    Trackback from evilzenscientist :: thoughts on January 1, 2006

  131. [...] Source: WordPress website [...]

    Pingback from Darren Straight’s Blog on January 1, 2006

  132. [...] The WordPress Home Page has more in depth info , im sure ill be upgrading Geek-Hq.com Soon… [...]

    Pingback from Geek HeadQuarters » WordPress 2.0 Released on January 1, 2006

  133. [...] untuk melihat fitur2nya apa aja, silahkan klik link ini. [...]

    Pingback from a long journey of kummy’s life… » wordpress 2.0 release on January 1, 2006

  134. [...] Concerning my previous post of an upgrade in the WordPress software, well – it is done already. My WordPress is 2.0 now. [...]

    Pingback from //beconfused » Blog Archive » wordpress//two on January 1, 2006

  135. [...] Wow, WordPress 2 is really spiffy. It just came out yesterday, I think. I haven’t gotten around to upgrading my own account yet [I’m not sure if my plugins will be compatible with WP2 ], but I upgraded my cousin’s blog and it’s oh-so-sweet. I’m gonna install it on the old server and fiddle around with it there. Actually, I really shouldn’t because I need to be studying right now. [...]

    Pingback from Wicked Little Town on January 1, 2006

  136. [...] I noticed the annoucement yesterday that the software for my site was upgraded, so I went ahead and upgraded the site. Went easy-peasy and now is complete. [...]

    Pingback from Wuthoville » Blog Archive » Upgraded site on January 1, 2006

  137. [...] The official post announcing the launch of WP 2.0 has been posted by Matt Mullenweg at the WordPress Blog, but there is something that should be noted, and before I say what I’m about to say I really, really do hope Matt and the team go really well with Automattic and I can think of no better people more deserving that to make some money from the blogosphere, but here we go: [...]

    Pingback from » WordPress plugging a commercial product? The Blog Herald: more blog news more often on January 1, 2006

  138. [...] But here we are – shortly after the release of WordPress 2.0 and another beta of K2 – how could I resist closing out 2005 by returning to the blogosphere?!?! [...]

    Pingback from So, that happened. at THOMnottom on January 1, 2006

  139. [...] Since I never got that far with this side project; I decided against restoring the old dev blog and instead am starting it over.  The release of WordPress 2.0 is a big part of that decision.  I’ve also decided to give Binary Bonsai’s K2 theme a shot and am in the process of decking it out with all of it’s supported themes (just to see what happens). [...]

    Pingback from Greetings and Salutations! at CoffeeBear Dev Blog on January 1, 2006

  140. [...] WordPress 2 is out and cal is running it with no problems so far. The backend is real good looking and fast as anything, my only problem so far is the WYSIWYG editor. [...]

    Pingback from caladein » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  141. [...] In case anybody’s wondering, I’m running a modded Connections theme, so I imagine the “off the shelf” version should work swimmingly with WordPress 2.0. WordPress   [...]

    Pingback from eticketride.org » WordPress 2.0 upgrade on January 1, 2006

  142. [...] They’ve released version 2.0 of the fine and mighty WordPress software that drives our blogs! When I get a free minute I’ll have to explore upgrading … and fixing the CAPTCHA … and catching up on old posts … and … [...]

    Pingback from I am … unhindered by talent » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 is out! on January 1, 2006

  143. [...] Well I upgraded to WordPress 2, which means now I have to redo some of my customizations :-[ [...]

    Pingback from ALok » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  144. [...] WordPress, the blogging software for this site, has been upgraded to version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from bristastic or bust on January 1, 2006

  145. [...] I am so not upgrading to WordPress 2.0 (Duke) right now, or perhaps ever. If it ain’t broke, I’m not gonna fix it! :: [...]

    Pingback from Joni’s Universe » WordPress 2.0 (Duke) on January 1, 2006

  146. [...] trisweb.com is still alive and well, though it could use a little sprucing up. That could be in order for next year. Also due for a makeover is the frontpage of zenphoto.org… blech. And hopefully this will be my last post in WordPress 1.5, as 2.0 was just released earlier today. [...]

    Pingback from trisweb.com » archives » Obligatory End-of-Year Post on January 1, 2006

  147. WordPress 2.0 Released, Should you upgrade?

    WordPress 2.0 has been released and available for free download now. The WordPress 2 is a big step forward after last version 1.5.

    Trackback from LiewCF.com on January 1, 2006

  148. [...] Happy New Year! I upgraded to WordPress 2.0. It has a lot of backend changes and the admin pages have a new look. I’ve recreated my theme for wp2.0 using Ron Adams’ basic theme as a base. I’ll put up a tarball tomarrow with the theme. [...]

    Pingback from Mindjunk » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  149. [...] For you WP users out there. The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. [...]

    Pingback from CMoore.com » WordPress 2.0 released on January 1, 2006

  150. [...] WordPress, the blogging software used for this site, has been upgraded to version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from ROSE - bristastic or bust » Blog Archive » Blog Going Down for Upgrade on January 1, 2006

  151. [...] Pünktlich zum neuen Jahr ist nun WordPress 2.0 (“Duke release”). Werde bei Gelegenheit auch upgraden. [...]

    Pingback from // the blog of the frog on January 1, 2006

  152. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0. So far, it seems nice. I’ve played around with the previous release candidates, but now it is ready for Primetime. Or so I’m told. :) Also, check out the newly designed WordPress.org The design is a lot different from the old, but I think it’s nice. The forums could use some better styling though. If you want to upgrade, follow this great guide written by Podz. [...]

    Pingback from piece of shep » WP 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  153. [...] I’ve upgraded the blog to WordPress version 2.0 , the photo gallery software , my SpamAssassin installation and got rid of the SecureImage thing for comments on the blog. Not much for you to notice but hey, I’ve got to tell someone.   [...]

    Pingback from LlamaBlog - Lazy Llama (Nigel Hardy) » Techie Updates on January 1, 2006

  154. [...] WordPress, the software I use to run this site, has been upgraded to version 2.0 as seen here. [...]

    Pingback from Hladek’s Harangue » Bringing in 2006 on January 1, 2006

  155. [...] In other news: SVG has landed in Firefox, and someone has created an implementation of Canvas in Explorer – this is absolutely awesome! WordPress 2.0 with AJAX support has been released!! [...]

    Pingback from Kermit@CS » Happy New Year on January 1, 2006

  156. WordPress 2.0

    En daar is 2.0. Sinds vanmiddag ook hier onder de motorkap.
    When Strayhorn came on the scene, he just blew us away… Dat kan ik van twee punt nul nog niet zeggen. Eerst aangekondigd als grote release, blijkt het nu “slechts” een telg in de…

    Trackback from Woordenaar on January 1, 2006

  157. WordPress 2.0 finally appears!

    Been waiting for it as ajay prepares his theme for the new version 2.0. The new version which was in talk since long time now is released today and i am sure most my plugins wont be working for the latest version. so, will have to wait untill I can be…

    Trackback from Vamsi Gangavalli's Weblog on January 1, 2006

  158. [...] Anyone have any good resolutions? I forgot to make one, whoops! Ok, I decided that my New Year’s resolution should be to upgrade to WordPress 2.0. So, I did. Therefore my resolution was a success and I have nothing to worry about. The upgrade from 1.5 was a piece of cake (as is usually the case), but I was forced to create a WordPress.com Blog (that I will most likely not use, but you never know..) to get a WordPress API key for the Akismet anti-spam plugin, which is included with 2.0. I don’t think anything is broken, but I haven’t taken a chance to look at things very well yet. If you see any problems, please post a comment to this post and let me know! I only know of one little hack I added (to ad an divider div to the post buttons) that I’ll have to revisit, since the entire post writing interface has been amazingly rewritten, but I don’t think I’ll worry about it yet [...]

    Pingback from gonad.org » Blog Archive » So This Is The New Year.. on January 1, 2006

  159. [...] The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. [...]

    Pingback from » WordPress 2.0 is here! on January 1, 2006

  160. [...] The WordPress team has released version 2.0 of the popular blogging software. Some features really stand out for me, particularly because they solve problems I’ve encounted and/or improvements that are now built-into WordPress that previously required plugins. These are: faster administration, WYSIWYG editing (more on this later), spam and backup plugins, faster posting, post preview (not always 100% accurate), improved abstraction, built-in caching (”cuts the number of queries most pages do in half”), plugin hooks, and hundreds of bug fixes. [...]

    Pingback from Elliot Lee’s Blog » WordPress VersionTwo on January 1, 2006

  161. [...] Check out Matt’s official announcement. [...]

    Pingback from TechMount » Archive » WordPress 2.0 officially released on January 1, 2006

  162. [...] Versie 2.0 van WordPress is uitgekomen. Dit betekent dat in de loop van vandaag het weblog bijgewerkt zal worden naar deze nieuwe versie. [...]

    Pingback from Zomaar…Roland » Blog Archive » Upgrade on January 1, 2006

  163. [...] WordPress 2.0 has released! Get the fresh meat here. I have actually been using WP.com, beta and RC for a while, so I can’t say that this release contains anything “surprising”. It actually runs slower on my various sites. Oh well, my sites should be upgraded to 2.0 sometime today, whereas sites on FOCUSer.net will be upgraded early next year. Update: It has been officially announced on the WP blog. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 Released | sYp on January 1, 2006

  164. [...] WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from Slawek’s Hideout » WordPress 2.0 - nowe wydanie ! on January 1, 2006

  165. Site Upgraded to WordPress 2.0

    In just over ten minutes (including the time to backup all my files), I’ve updated this site to use WordPress 2.0. It was a smooth and painless upgrade and I look forward to using all the new features and benefiting from all the improvements. Wel…

    Trackback from Pat's Rant on January 1, 2006

  166. [...] W nieca³e dwa tygodnie po opublikowaniu wersji RC3, skrypt WordPress doczeka³ siê finalnej wersji 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Toszcze.org » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  167. [...] More in the Official WordPress blog » Screen shots available from the Flickr tag wordpress » [...]

    Pingback from bonAveo blog » Archive » Powered by WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  168. [...] Fra parentesi, a Duke Ellington è dedicata la release 2.0 di WordPress. [...]

    Pingback from MassiTwoSteps.net » 32 Dicembre on January 1, 2006

  169. [...] [Via WordPress Development Blog] [...]

    Pingback from wehuberconsultingllc.com » Blog Archive » RE: WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  170. [...] Soll man schon jetzt sein Blog updaten oder nicht? Auf der einen Seite bietet die neue Version viele Features, auf die ich entweder schon gewartet habe oder die wirklich sinnvoll sind: [...]

    Pingback from dirkmeister.de»Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0: Updaten oder nicht on January 1, 2006

  171. [...] Get this site running on WordPress 2* [...]

    Pingback from Symbolic Forest » 1280×1024 (and other resolutions) on January 1, 2006

  172. [...] you can go to the WordPress Website to read all about the new features and functions. Among a lot of things, there is a completely rewritten administration-page, with AJAX and a new design. [...]

    Pingback from The Daily Nephilim » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  173. WordPress 2 Released

    Wordpress, the web publishing software this site is powered by, is starting the new year with the releas of a major update to the software suite. I’ll be upgrading to the new version once it reaches Gentoos portage.

    Trackback from RichardHyde.Net on January 1, 2006

  174. [...] I upgraded to WordPress 2.0 earlier today, and while the upgrade seems to have gone very smoothly indeed, there might be teething problems! So, if you encounter any trouble please let me know by leaving a comment below! [...]

    Pingback from Chris’s Digital Realm » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  175. [...] Yesterday I updated PapaScott to WordPress 2. I haven’t looked all that closely at it, but all the plugins I use still work and posting with MarsEdit is quite a bit faster. However, my two main pet peeves with WordPress remain. First, there is no export function (so if you want to move your WordPress blog to another system, prepare to learn a lot of SQL). Second, if you want to move a site to a new URL (if you want to test a new version, for example) you have to edit the database manually (otherwise the admin pages all redirect to the old URL). [...]

    Pingback from PapaScott » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  176. [...] The WordPress blog has finally announced the release of version 2.0, or ‘Duke’. The post presents a nice list of new features for users: [...]

    Pingback from davebriggs.net » Blog Archive » on January 1, 2006

  177. [...] Get it here http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from David J. Lodwig :: Designer :: Developer :: Adventurer on January 1, 2006

  178. [...] es ist ja doch immer ein aufwand. einen blog auf eine neue versionierung zu bringen – diesmal auf wordpress 2.0. alle plugins upzudaten. etc. pepe. aber dann auch noch zu entdecken. nun funktioniert der bilder-upload mit dem desktop-client nicht mehr! :-) [...]

    Pingback from random items » Blog Archive » ecto: bilderuploadproblem mit wordpress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  179. [...] A new year, and new WordPress, a new … that’s all I’ve got. I was in DC for the New Year with some of my mom’s college friends, so missed out on any fun at home, but it was fun here (here being DC because I haven’t left yet). I really don’t have anything to say, no “end of the year” lists, no “expectations for the new year” list. So Happy New Year! and since I missed them, Happy Holidays! [...]

    Pingback from zpao | A New on January 1, 2006

  180. [...] I’ve just upgraded my blog to the new wordpress 2.0, which seems to work properly. [...]

    Pingback from Intrepid Blog » Blog Archive » Welcome to wordpress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  181. [...] WordPress released WordPress 2 yesterday, so I thought I’d upgrade for the new year. The whole process, including back-ups and other administrative efforts, took less than an hour and went without a hitch. I haven’t encountered any problems with the site, comments, RSS feed, etc. If you see any problems, let me know. [...]

    Pingback from morgannels » Blog Archive » New Year, New WordPress on January 1, 2006

  182. [...] Der Sprung von Version 1.5 zu 2.0 brachte viele neue Features mit sich, hauptsächlich im Administrationsbereich. So lassen sich zum Beispiel nun Beiträge durch den Einsatz der AJAX-Technik und die Integration eines WYSIWYG-Editors noch angenehmer schreiben. Eine vollständige Liste der neuen Features gibt es hier. [...]

    Pingback from blog.stiefels.net » Blog Archive » Upgrade auf WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  183. [...] Update for 02006 01 01: The official announcement of WordPress 2.0’s release on the WordPress Development blog. Update for 02005 12 28: Likely a plugin I activated has bunged out the layout, so back to the tempalte drawing board to figure out where the problem is. Further update for 02005 12 27: Phase 1 of The Ten Thousand Year Blog upgrade to version 2.0 of WordPress has now finished. Phase 2 involves updating the index.php file and checking a couple of my plugins to see if they still work. [...]

    Pingback from The Ten Thousand Year Blog » Blog Archive » The long wait for WordPress 2.0 is over on January 1, 2006

  184. [...] I upgraded to WordPress 2.0 this morning. It only took about 2 minutes. The hardest part was knowing to run /wp-admin/upgrade.php once all the file were moved to the right place. [...]

    Pingback from eightfivethree » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  185. [...] There, upgrade done, everything seems to be working ok. Check WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 to see what’s new. The admin interface is improved big time. The wysiwig editor part is nice No Tags [...]

    Pingback from jkossen.nl » Blog Archive » jkossen.nl upgraded to WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  186. [...] Downloaded and installed WordPress 2 a moment ago, as everything’s still working, I should have done everything right There seem to to be a *lot* of new things around … I guess I’ll need a few weeks until I found everything *g* [...]

    Pingback from Pieces of a Life                        » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  187. [...] Yesterday, WordPress released the 2.0 version of their blogging software. Most of the improvements are under the hood: In the past if you were linking to a number of posts or pinging a lot of update services, your posting time could appear to slow to a crawl even though everything was instantly done on the backend. We’ve modified how this works now so posting should be near-instantaneous, like everything else in WordPress. [...]

    Pingback from The Emotional Pumpkin » WordPress 2.0 released on January 1, 2006

  188. [...] Finally got around to upgrading my WordPress 2.0 RC1 to the final release of WordPress 2.0, codenamed “Duke” after Duke Ellington. That name is kind of retarded, but there a few things that I’m happy to see get fixed between RC1 and now. Like changing the target of a link, for example. [...]

    Pingback from garduque.net » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  189. [...] Et on ne critique pas mon humour, merci. Sinon, WordPress 2.0 est sorti, et ceci risque de vous être utile. [...]

    Pingback from Monde de nerds » cacapipi on January 1, 2006

  190. [...] Que lindo que salió WordPress 2.0. ¿Qué raro que no hayan hecho un post sobre el “release” en el blog? A hoy, 28, el último es del 20. Ya salió el post el 31. Eso si, remodelaron todo el website wordpress.org que ya era sobrio y bello antes, y ahora también, y máh’ moderno si cabe. [...]

    Pingback from GATTACA » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  191. WordPress 2.0

    WordPress 2.0 is finally announced on WordPress official site. More information about the change in WordPress 2.0.
    In the mean time, I have updated ALL my 8 plugins to be compatible with WordPress 2.0. No worries if you need any of my plugins for Wor…

    Trackback from GaMerZ HomePage on January 1, 2006

  192. [...] You might have noticed a few fresh changes to a million monkeys typing. It all comes as a result of upgrading to WordPress 2.0. For a while now, I’ve been hesitant to install the latest patches and upgrades to WP 1.5.x (yes, I know, I’ve been a naughty boy), since my theme was so heavily customised — it was an all-in-one file I originally made for WP 1.0, and quite a mess after being hauled reluctantly through several versions. This weekend, I decided to strap on the bungee cord, close my eyes, and jump. The actual database work and installation was seamless and smooth, but I didn’t see much point in pushing an antiquated theme that couldn’t take advantage of all the latest generation of WP goodness. Thus, with great trepidation, I grabbed a pre-existing theme with a superficial resemblance to the layout of AMMT –Blix by Sebastian Schmieg– and started creating my style sheets again from scratch. [...]

    Pingback from a million monkeys typing » AMMT Mark II on January 1, 2006

  193. [...] Yesterday, the fine folks over at WordPress released version 2.0 of the software I use to run this site. Being that it is New Year’s Day and I had a few hours on my hands, I decided to upgrade to the new version. [...]

    Pingback from paulcraig.ca » WordPress 2.0 Upgrade on January 1, 2006

  194. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 now available » All On Tech on January 1, 2006

  195. WordPress 2.0 Duke

    WordPress a baptisé sa version 2.0 « Duke ». Un nom bien attirant pour qui admire la célèbre jazzman homonyme ; néanmoins, je ne suis pas d’humeur à modifier le thème de mon blog pour l’adapter à la …

    Trackback from Analogue on January 1, 2006

  196. [...] Par contre, j’ai rencontré quelques difficultés lors de la mise à jour, notamment avec les comptes utilisateurs. Lire sur le blog WordPress les nouveautés. [...]

    Pingback from Le blog d’Arnaud Vallière » Nouvelle version ! on January 1, 2006

  197. [...] Nothing related to mobile and Flash Lite, but WordPress 2.0 blogging system is out ! So everyone that use wordpress as thier blog system should take a look at it. Looking forward to shift to 2.0 soon. [...]

    Pingback from » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 out ! on January 1, 2006

  198. [...] Cinq jours après avoir été silencieusement publié sur WordPress.org, mais juste à temps pour finir 2005 en beauté, WordPress 2.0 “Duke” a enfin été officiellement annoncé (et baptisé). [...]

    Pingback from All That Jazz at WordPress.ch on January 1, 2006

  199. [...] I’m going to be performing maintenance on RF. I’ll be upgrading to WordPress 2.0 dubbed “Duke” [...]

    Pingback from Residual Forces » Blog Archive » RF Maintenance on January 1, 2006

  200. [...] Upgraded to WordPress 2.0 mid-November [...]

    Pingback from West of London » Archive » Happy New Year! on January 1, 2006

  201. [...] WordPress 2 er sluppet, se detaljene om den nye versjonen på WordPress sitt nettsted. [...]

    Pingback from Ragnars rablerier » Ny versjon av WordPress on January 1, 2006

  202. [...] Hodiaŭ mi akiris eldonon 2-punkto-0-an de WordPress kaj 1.1 de la pitonprogrameto mtsend.py. [...]

    Pingback from La domo de karotoj » Mi aktualigita mian blogon on January 1, 2006

  203. [...] http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from 龙在天涯 » WordPress2.0 on January 1, 2006

  204. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress version 2.0 moments ago, and I have to say that it was very easy. I just followed some instructions, actually skipped the first 5 steps , and had it installed in a few minutes. I didn’t even have to change my custom theme to work with it. Everything just magically worked as it used to, while I got the brand new 2.0 features. [...]

    Pingback from Karel Donk » Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  205. [...] I have made some resoltions for the New Year – I’ll put them into some sort of order shortly. Meanwhile, today we need to check the tent. It has a small problem – it leaks. We had to spray a couple of cans of water repellent on it and you shouldn’t need to do that with a new tent. Also I have photos to sort out and to get onto Flickr. I am going to take all of our Christmas lights down today. WordPress 2.0 is out – the big question is shall I upgrade or not? It’s not just this blog. I have a few that I administer / write / host. And I have accounts to sort. My GST needs sorting. [...]

    Pingback from herstrionics » Blog Archive » New Year Chores on January 1, 2006

  206. [...] You know it’s sad when on New Years Eve you’re upgrading your web blogging software. Especially when you haven’t blogged in almost a month. I noticed though that WordPress now has a 2.0 release. Since I didn’t really have much else going on I decided to do the upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from MysticalMatthew.com > Blog on January 1, 2006

  207. [...] [1] WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from Jensmans (Notiz)blog » Kleines Update on January 1, 2006

  208. [...] From the official release notice on the WordPress Development blog: “The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world…You may have noticed our design has changed quite a bit. We’ve also moved WordPress.org to a newer, faster server. There were a few issues with the move which is why we’ve held off for a few days on announcing 2.0. Everything seems to be smooth sailing now.” [...]

    Pingback from The Broadside » Online with WordPress 2.0…and this is a test on January 1, 2006

  209. [...] Check it out! [...]

    Pingback from myownworld.org » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0! on January 1, 2006

  210. [...] WordPress 2.0 just came out, so of course I had to upgrade. Took about 10 minutes. Quite painless… and very nicely done. Thanks, WP developers! I'm looking forward to seeing what new options are available in the plugin API, and the AJAX stuff is really nice. More later as I find it. [...]

    Pingback from mogrify » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  211. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out now, and since the feature list looks really cool, and because I’m horribly addicted to screwing up web sites that work just fine, thank you, I’m going to try upgrading either today or tomorrow. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 at Jason Preston on January 1, 2006

  212. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. [...]

    Pingback from Cerebral Runoff » WordPress 2.0 on January 1, 2006

  213. [...] I just upgraded to WordPress 2.0. It will probably take me a while to get the kinks worked out with style and what-not. I apologize if things look a bit funky for a while, or if RSS feed links are broken. [...]

    Pingback from cb.blog » Blog Archive » Pardon The Dust on January 1, 2006

  214. [...] WordPress 2.0 is released! Nice work to the hard-working team. [...]

    Pingback from Holiday Cheer at Dev Dawn on January 1, 2006

  215. [...] Happy New Year all Columbus bloggers! 2006 looks to be a good year for some more meetups and community projects. This site will be upgrading to the Duke version of WordPress this month, so there may be some hiccups. Pardon our dust, in advance. [...]

    Pingback from Columbus Blogs » Blog Archive » Columbus WIFI. on January 1, 2006

  216. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from Colloquium » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 1, 2006

  217. [...] Upgraded WordPress from a 1.5 version to the newly released 2.0 and was somewhat disappointed to find the upgrade process troublefree, and therefore, for me at least, almost fun-free. While there are lots of changes there aren’t all that many changes that you will notice. One nice thing is the new Akismet spam protection system. Let me know if you spot anything amiss! [...]

    Pingback from chicks dig unix » archive » Not going to invoke Bowie again … on January 1, 2006

  218. [...] Пред два дена излезе WordPress 2.0. Ð?журирањето на мојот блог помина без никакви проблеми и Ñ?ега пишувам од 2.0. Ð?овини има прилично, а кои Ñ?е ќе прочитате од погорната врÑ?ка. Мене највеќе ми Ñ?е допаѓа новиот WYSIWYG уредувач за иÑ?праќања. [...]

    Pingback from БоÑ? блог » Излезе WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  219. [...] Tomorrow my busy life starts again because I’m going to school. There I meet my group to work on our project (the DCOM stuff). In the evening I’m going to try to get an old VHS tape on my dads new Mediacenter computer. I also will have a look at the new WordPress 2. Make myself some good backups and maybe install the new version. Keeps you busy right ? . It’s time to go to bed. It’s late already. Goodnight! tags: 50, lan, narnia, christmas, homework, new, party, wordpress, year, zwik, happy [...]

    Pingback from Marcel van den Bosch » Blog Archive » Happy new year! on January 2, 2006

  220. WordPress 2.0 Released

    Wordpress 2.0 is done! You can download it here: http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/. I plan to upgrade in the next few days and I will be sure to tell you what I think, but I can already tell you that from the list of features it is goin…

    Trackback from Why Do I Bother? on January 2, 2006

  221. [...] Welcome to the new format. I am now using the recently released WordPress 2.0 for this blog. You now have RSS, comments, search, categorization, and other features available to you as a reader and, hopefully, a subscriber. Let’s begin 2006 on the right track. [...]

    Pingback from Tony’s PowerPoint Weblog » Blog Archive » We’re now live on WordPress on January 2, 2006

  222. [...] Ho appena finito di aggiornare il blog con la nuova versione di WordPress e tutto sembra funzionare correttamente. Comunque, effettuerò alcuni ulteriori test per assicurarmi che anche nella versione “definitiva” il blog sia pienamente funzionante. In ogni caso, il lavoro fatto dagli sviluppatori sembra eccellente, soprattutto per conservare la compatibilità con la miriade di plugin disponibili per le precedenti versioni… P|xeL [...]

    Pingback from …time is what you make of it… » Archivio del blog » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  223. [...] As soon as I posted that last entry, I remembered that the folks running WordPress were supposed to have released the latest major version of their blogging software. A quick rebuild later, and jacobpatton.org’s now running WP 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from JacobPatton.org » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  224. [...] Okay, I’ve updated my blog to the latest version code-named “Duke” (as mentioned in blog entry: WordPress 2.0) and it was very easy. All about keeping up-to-date in ‘06. [...]

    Pingback from !!blue . weblog » Blog Archive » duke is here on January 2, 2006

  225. Web … äh, WordPress 2.0

    So, WordPress 2.0 scheint veröffentlicht zu sein. Ich warte trotzdem noch ein bisschen bis zum Update, wer weiß ob nicht noch Bugs gefunden werden.

    Trackback from mstyles.de on January 2, 2006

  226. [...] Yeah, it’s 2006 and all that, but on Dec 26th, WordPress 2.0 came out, and it’s pretty snazzy. I have built what seems like a half-dozen new sites in the past few months (did I mention judyludy.com went live?) and for the last few I was able to create them with this new version of WordPress. For all the grimy details, check out this article. There’s a whole slew of new stuff included in the new version. Dare I say something for everyone? I would have liked to seen a better thumbnailer/photo posting mechanism build into the new WYSIWYG editor, but it’s got the beginnings of what I’m after for some of the HTML-challenged people that I create sites for. Maybe a plug-in will get it the rest of the way. [...]

    Pingback from joepopp.com » Blog Archive » Happy New ‘Press! on January 2, 2006

  227. [...] WordPress 2.0 was just released a couple days ago, and I’ve already upgraded my blog to it.  So far I’m pretty impressed with the improvements, which so far appear to mostly be towards the administration side of the webapp.  If anyone has any problems with the blog, let me know. [...]

    Pingback from Jason Mock’s Place » Blog Archive » Sporting the Big 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  228. [...] WordPress 2.0 was recently released. I plan to upgrade sometime this week. [...]

    Pingback from » WordPress 2.0 Released | ClioWeb on January 2, 2006

  229. [...] WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from Na Han (å‘?喊) » Upgrades on January 2, 2006

  230. [...] WordPress 2.0 “Duke” ya oficial: aunque ya estaba disponible para su descarga y algunos ya la tienen incluso instalada, ya es oficial la nueva versión de WordPress, que se llama “Duke”, en honor a Duke Ellington. Artículos relacionados :WordPress 2.0 Release CandidateVaporware: Duke Nukem for… Never10 cosas que deberías saber sobre el nuevo WordPress 2.0Moviendo pixel y dixelBlog Software Breakdown Clasificado bajo:Weblogs Comentarios : [...]

    Pingback from Pixel y Dixel » WordPress 2.0 “Duke” ya oficial on January 2, 2006

  231. [...] WordPress 2 har kommit ut och jag har installerat den nya versionen på min blogg. Det har skett ganska stora förändringar i programmet, men uppgraderingen gick väldigt smidigt i alla fall. Den stora synliga nyheten är att man kan skriva sina inlägg med en WYSIWYG-editor. Jag har inte ännu börjat använda den nya editorn eftersom jag är van med Markdown, men det kan nog hända att jag så småningom övergår till nyheten i alla fall. [...]

    Pingback from basseblog » Motoruppgradering on January 2, 2006

  232. [...] imSkoch.com is currently being renovated. I have been planning on redesigning this site for quite a while now, and since WordPress 2.0 has recently become available, I have decided to combine the tasks of upgrading my CMS and redesigning my site. This is a big project, and since school is about to start I don’t expect to have it running terribly soon, but I’ll try my best. Until then, go have fun at digg or Physics Org. Also, if you’re bored, you might find some of my aggregated links interesting. [...]

    Pingback from Tim’s Website » Blog Archive » Site under renovation… on January 2, 2006

  233. [...] the new year is here, bring with it, amongst many things (including anthony’s Program, videos of both anthony and i riding children’s toys outside of bodegas, a lovely steak dinner, and seeing the new year’s fireworks in central park from a moving cab), the new and improved wordpress 2.0.  so today, while throwing together an impromptu new year’s brunch, i updated my wordpress.  of course, not happy with default themes (though it is lovely), i started hacking through it, with reckless ignorence of php.  so, right now, this is what we’ve got.  hopefully this will continue to be an exercise in learning php, mastering css, all in hope of building my own theme to match the root domain.  seems like a lot of work for a blog that never gets updated, doesn’t it?  (what, were you expecting a resolution to post more often?  ha.) [...]

    Pingback from these wasted blues » Blog Archive » formal and effecient causation on January 2, 2006

  234. [...] New year, new blog tool: WordPress 2.0. Look forward to RSS, comments, search, categorization, and other features for your reading and linking pleasure. I shall continue to write about PowerPoint and presentations with renewed gusto. Whether the old content will make it into these new digs, however, is not a very high priority. [...]

    Pingback from Tony’s PowerPoint Weblog » Tony’s PPT Weblog now with 50% more blogginess on January 2, 2006

  235. [...] I just installed WordPress 2.0, which was just released a couple days ago, on this site. I really like the new features I have seen. One thing I like is the new theme viewer which alows you to view thumbnail images of different themes before you select the theme. The feature I was the most pleased with however is the new import feature. You can now easily import a blog hosted on other platforms, such as movable type or blogger, into your new WordPress blog. I have some blogs hosted on blogger which I was planning to transfer over to WordPress blogs, but I have hesitated because of the time it would have taken to transfer all those old posts. With the new import feature It takes just a few seconds. Everything posted on this blog previous to this post was originally posted using blogger, but now it is all here and it took me less than a minute to do. I love WordPress 2.0 already! [...]

    Pingback from C’est La Vie » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 is awesome! on January 2, 2006

  236. [...] Så er WordPress 2.0 frigivet og jeg har opgraderet min blog. Jeg har testet lidt og ikke fundet nogen fejl, men sig endelig til, hvis I oplever noget her, I mener er forkert. [...]

    Pingback from /var/blog/messages » Blog-opgradering, del 2 on January 2, 2006

  237. WordPress Upgrade

    Upgraded to WordPress 2.0 this afternoon, checking for breakage now…
    so far, nothing seems to be broken
    Update: it looks like Tracbacks were broken in 2.0: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/53669
    Care to contibute here? Go register yourself&#823…

    Trackback from Steve's Weblog on January 2, 2006

  238. [...] I know, I know, WordPress 2 has been around for days already and you may ask yourself why I haven’t upgraded yet (well, maybe some hackers don’t really)… <meta name=”generator” content=”WordPress 1.5.2″ />Yeah, like people are checking my meta every time they visit… [...]

    Pingback from Poison Grafix » Click, why don’t you upgrade?! on January 2, 2006

  239. [...] Think with the dawn of the new year, it might be time to tinker around technically with the blog again. And in true blue WordPress timing, the latest release is out to entice me back into “getting my hands dirty” [...]

    Pingback from Visual Grammar » WordPress 2 on January 2, 2006

  240. [...] Hum ^^ Le blog reprend son envol après une absence! (désolé mon ange ) Tout d’abord, je doit remettre le template ^^ et remettre les vieux post. Ensuite nous sommes passé sous WordPress 2.0! Pleins pleins de nouveauté, je suis content!! [...]

    Pingback from Le ptit blog de Tom et Allex » Blog Archive » Nouvel An @ Fred on January 2, 2006

  241. [...] Ya salió WordPress 2.0, con el nombre de Duke en honor a Duke Ellington. Por lo que cuentan tiene muchas mejoras enfocadas sobre todo a la edición de articulos. Próximamente (?) en bruto. [...]

    Pingback from bruto » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  242. WordPress 2.0 is Out!

    The first major release in quite some time, WP 2.0 (code named ‘Duke’ after Duke Ellington) has a treasure trove of new items: WYSIWYG Editing, redesigned backend, faster posting, and more – read up about it at their website, and download a…

    Trackback from BigBizBlog.com on January 2, 2006

  243. [...] Daar was ook een reden voor want er was een nieuwe versie van de WordPress software uit! Ze zijn nu aanbeland bij versie 2.0, bijgenaamd ‘Duke’ (inderdaad, naar de pianist Duke Ellington ) [...]

    Pingback from Roberts Weblog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 upgrade on January 2, 2006

  244. [...] The blog has now been upgraded to WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Induhvidual.org - you suck! » Blog Archive » Upgraded to WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  245. [...] Så har världens bästa och fria bloggverktyg WordPress vuxit till sig och släppts nu i en version 2. För alla att ladda ner och uppdatera omedelbart. Viktigt är dock att läsa och utföra intruktionerna på denna sida först. [...]

    Pingback from Lowdin.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 2, 2006

  246. [...] Schon vor 5 Tagen konnte ich die neue Version von WordPress (Version 2.0) laden, 3 Tage vor dem offiziellen Release. Da sich mein Umzug zerschlagen hat, wollte ich wenigstens modernisieren. [...]

    Pingback from Der letzte Schrei … » Alles wird WYSIWYG on January 2, 2006

  247. [...] Ah, so there’s a new version of WordPress – version 2 – officially released. It has all sorts of whizzy enhancements, apparently, though I have to say that this site (using 1.5) seems pretty good to me. Personally I’m going to hold off taking it up until I’ve seen how well its anti-spam functionality works, and in particular whether Spam Karma 2 works with it. I know there’s been some upgrading of SK to cope with 2.0, but as there’s also an anti-spam plugin in 2.0, and as I’m running various other plugins (like recent comments, recent posts, which while simple in PHP terms still might need some hacking around that I’m unwilling to do for time reasons – I mean, look at how I still haven’t got the nested LI items right on the bottom of the RH column here – I think I’ll just wait and see how the bugs unravel, or whatever it is that bugs do. (Appear? Emerge?) [...]

    Pingback from Charles on… anything that comes along » Let the bug-ironing begin! Plus, does teaching Java dumb would-be programmers down? on January 2, 2006

  248. [...] This site was originally set up as blog in 2000 when I was in New Zealand. The word blog wasn’t around in those days and there was no easy software to use, I just hand coded my posts (I will try to put them back on the site). For the last few years this site has done very little apart from providing links to some of my projects, the main blog I work on is over at Indigo. Well, the time has come to brush off the dust, WordPress 2.0 has been installed and from now on I’ll try to fill it with interesting bits and pieces that I want to share. [...]

    Pingback from alexwalker.net » Blog Archive » Blogging and WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  249. [...] WordPress 2.0 has been released to the public. I’ve upgraded my blog, following the upgrade instructions. For me, the most important changes are the addition of a WYSIWYG editor, an improved post preview and the use of Ajax to speed up some common tasks. You can find a full list of new features in the WordPress Development Blog. [...]

    Pingback from A programmer’s tale » Upgrade to WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  250. [...] On New Year’s Eve, WordPress v. 2.0 was released. I installed/updated this morning. Thanks to the excellent update instructions, this was completely free from pain. [...]

    Pingback from TyskJohan’s random thoughts » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 2, 2006

  251. [...] Du kan lese mer på WordPress.org eller laste den ned fra WordPress.org/download [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 er sluppet » Arkiv | Blogg | Gandalv.org on January 2, 2006

  252. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from educationontario.org » Blog Archive » WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 on January 2, 2006

  253. WordPress i ny versjon! :)

    Jeg har installert siste og beste versjon av WordPress på hjemmesiden, versjon 2.0. Litt omlegging men det ser ut til at det meste spiller som det skal.
    Wordpress er helt overlegent til web publisering for småsider og bloggsider. Bruker også Post Le…

    Trackback from Barmens Hjemmeside on January 2, 2006

  254. [...] So I am on the prowl to compare the paid blogging service of TypePad and WordPress2.0. Why? I have a hunch that many people see the paid option for TypePad and assume it must be better… Also, I have read problogger’s writeup stating that “WordPress on the other hand is a system designed for bloggers who need more grunt behind their blog…if you want a more managed ‘plug and play’ type system you might find it a bit too heavy on features.” And this was written before WordPress 2.0 was launched. [...]

    Pingback from Dear TypePad user, from a WordPress enthusiast at Mission: Communicate on January 2, 2006

  255. [...] Update (31/12): Finalmente, a equipe de desenvolvimento do WordPress oficializou a nova versão em seu blog. [...]

    Pingback from GMM Weblog » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  256. [...] Somehow it seems appropriate, to start this year by taking personal web publishing more seriously. Coincidentally WordPress has released 2.0 of WordPress (the publishing tool of my choice) and so the stars appear to be aligning in my favor. [...]

    Pingback from /var/log/messages » Blog Archive » Hello world! on January 2, 2006

  257. [...] Nog net vorig jaar is WordPress 2.0 uitgekomen. Dat betekent dat er weer heel wat vertaalwerk ligt te wachten. Wie wil helpen kan zich bij mij melden. Aangezien ik regelmatig mailtjes krijg met suggesties, opmerkingen of simpelweg een compliment zullen er genoeg mensen zijn die een nuttige bijdrage willen leveren. De nieuwe bestanden komen op de WordPress-NL pagina te staan. [...]

    Pingback from Publiekelijk tijdverdrijf » Blog Archive » WordPress on January 2, 2006

  258. [...] While you may not see much difference, this blog is now running WordPress version 2 “Duke”, named for jazz great Duke Ellington. Everything that you had available on the old version should be available today, although I do need to tweak a few things. [...]

    Pingback from You Did What??? » Welcome to YDW on WordPress 2! on January 2, 2006

  259. [...] Following the 31-Dec announcement, I made the appropriate back-ups yesterday and followed the instructions to upgrade my WordPress installation to 2.0. Installation went smoothly – – basically a simple copy/paste job. Highlights? Admin section is totally revamped and much better; vastly improved editor (i.e., consolidated “basic” and “advanced” posting, more intuitive WYSIWYG functionality). Bummers? WYSIWYG functions still don’t play nice in WebKit-based browsers. [...]

    Pingback from found_drama » Blog Archive » upgraded on January 2, 2006

  260. [...] 和往常一样,å?‡çº§ WordPress 是é?žå¸¸å®¹æ˜“的。如果你ä¸?自信,å?¯ä»¥å?‚考海豚的å?‡çº§è¯´æ˜Žã€‚但也总会有一些å°?问题,特别是你用很多æ?’件,或者特殊的模æ?¿ï¼Œç‰¹æ®Šçš„设置的时候。 [...]

    Pingback from 桑林志 » å?‡çº§åˆ° WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  261. [...] Die Blogger wissen es schon lange: WordPress 2.0 ist seit dem 26.12.05 verfügbar. Nicht, dass meine 1.51-Installation nicht funktioniert hätte, aber da Plugins und Themes schon bald ausschliesslich nur für die neue Architektur erscheinen werden, habe ich heute den public void blog aktualisiert. Zum Update bleibt nicht viel zu sagen: [...]

    Pingback from public void blog() » wp += .49 on January 2, 2006

  262. [...] there’s a new version of WordPress… the software that’s making my blog run… so I’ll be upgrading here for the next coming hour… and I’ll see what comes out of this… maybe everything’ll be gone, just empty space, but I don’t think so… hope so… [...]

    Pingback from division » Blog Archive » I was… on January 2, 2006

  263. [...] Ok. It’s official. I WILL be upgrading the board to WordPress 2.0 (I just took a quick glance at the Specs of the new release, and it is just amazing.) Don’t worry. The board won’t be down for any period of time, and I can now do a proper backup of everything before I upgrade. So don’t panic. (Even though nobody visits any more…………) So yeah. See you all soon!! (And please post!!) [...]

    Pingback from Semper Fi Message Board » Blog Archive » Yeah. WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  264. [...] Update: Although there have been some reviews/critiques up, Matt himself has posted a lengthy post highlighting the … ehr … highlights in WordPress 2.0. Personally I find WP2 despite its new caching feature(s) a lot slower presenting pages. I haven’t figured out whether that is WPs fault or the servers. [...]

    Pingback from ThinkLemon » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  265. [...] WordPress 2.0 was released last week and it includes a bunch of new features including WYSIWYG editing with a real-time preview and built-in Akismet comment spam plugin. Overall it is leaner, meaner, cleaner and faster. The blog post composition process has improved dramatically. Check out Niall Kennedy’s write-up on WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Laughing Squid » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  266. [...] It’s a new year, and I think it’s time to get with the times and switch to some new blogging software. WordPress 2.0 was released a couple weeks ago and has several notable features that convinced me to switch, the two biggest being that they’re now using tinyMCE which is a wicked javascript editor and improved SPAM detection. [...]

    Pingback from the best things in life are free » New Year, New Blog on January 2, 2006

  267. [...] The WordPress site design is now absolutely hideous. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 · Dech from Fintan Darragh on January 2, 2006

  268. [...] WordPress, de software waarmee deze weblog gemaakt wordt, is toe aan versie 2.0. Maar deze weblog is nog niet geüpgradet naar de versie 2. De upgrade zal ik op één van de komende dagen uitvoeren. Er komt heel wat bij kijken als je de instructiepagina erop naleest. Toch een leuk nieuwjaarsgeschenk! [...]

    Pingback from SKÅLATÅRNET » WordPress 2.0 is uit on January 2, 2006

  269. [...] In den letzten Tagen sind neue Versionen von WordPress (Version 2) und fli4l (Version 3.0.0) veröffentlicht worden. In beiden Fällen handelt es sich nicht um ein einfaches Einspielen, sondern ich werde einige Handarbeit reinstecken müssen. [...]

    Pingback from ThoSch:Blog » Blog Archive » Neue Versionen von WordPress und fli4l on January 2, 2006

  270. [...] Just upgraded to WordPress 2.0. So far, I noticed the better and clean UI, great WYSIWYG internal editor (but it’s not that important for me, since I use ecto/xmlrpc), better img/file upload, Import improved and the upgrade process went smooth. No time to explore new features but the speed is great and it seems to me that WordPress is catching up Movable Type pretty fast. And it just works. [...]

    Pingback from Von Freud » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  271. [...] At 4 o’clock, I feel like I’ve actually accomplished enough for the day to be happy with myself. This is a most unusual occurrence actually. With some help, I’ve moved a piano from Illinois, tore the wall and carpet up out of my soon-to-be music room, attempted to reseal the leaky roof, and took a bunch of our clothes to the goodwill store. If I only had DSL here at the house, I would try to install the newly released WordPress 2.0 this afternoon as well. Instead, I’m going to finish this cup of coffee and sleep… [...]

    Pingback from mikeo2.com » Blog Archive » Amazing–a productive day. on January 2, 2006

  272. [...] WordPress and blogging Just in time for the New Year I rolled out my new web site design, inspired Michael Heilemann’s great Binary Bonsai web site. I also did several upgrades to WordPress version 1.5.1, 1.5.2 and finally 2.0. I’m also hoping to be able to roll out K2 (by Michael Heilemann and Chris J Davis) once I’ve tweaked the css to my liking and once a stable version is out. [...]

    Pingback from renet@web » Blog Archive » Goodbye 2005, Hello 2006 on January 2, 2006

  273. [...] Nothing much changes for the visitors, although the site does seem more responsive, as most of the changes in WordPress 2.0 went on under the hood.  There is plenty of information on what has changed in the new version, so I won’t go into that.  I will say though that the upgrade process has been flawless.  It just workd (for me).  All the plugins seem to be working as they should as well.  Congratulations to the WordPress team.  Thankyou. [...]

    Pingback from Bill Glover » WordPress 2.0 on January 2, 2006

  274. WordPress 2

    I love it, I love it, I love it, I … :)
    I’ve upgraded this blog’s software to WordPress 2.0. The upgrade process ran smoothly. There are lots of features included. Here’s a short list of my personal favourites (blockquoted from …

    Trackback from scribble on January 2, 2006

  275. [...] Yes, I am fucking hyped! WordPress 2.0 has been released, and I missed it by like 2 days! How could I? I’m failing as a web-nerd. Go download and update now. I’m doing it tonight. // Used for showing and hiding user information in the comment form function  [...]

    Pingback from Time To Update To 2.0 at JezzJournal on January 3, 2006

  276. [...] In der Hoffnung daß die vor wenigen Tagen freigegebene Version 2.0 meines bevorzugten Blog-Systems WordPress ausgereifter ist als die Version beim letzten großen Update habe ich Heute die Installation gewagt. [...]

    Pingback from Die Schatenseite: Weblog » Neues WordPress, neue Kategorie on January 3, 2006

  277. [...] In case you hadn’t noticed I’ve updated the backend of this site to WordPress 2.0. I’ve also changed the theme to the latest beta of K2. [...]

    Pingback from Site Upgrade at Egglet Online on January 3, 2006

  278. WordPress 2.0

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  279. [...] The miserere.org blog has been updated to WordPress 2.0 “Duke.” Most of the upgrade has been seamless; but if you notice that something isn’t working, please contact me. [...]

    Pingback from miserere.org weblog » Blog Archive » Updated blog to WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  280. [...] I’ve also installed WordPress 2: Duke which has some cool new features. For example, to post that link to the WP site, I simply dragged the Firefox address bar to my post window. I can then click on a little button which lets me change the link title as well as change if the link will be opened in the current window or a new one. Another thing I’m really liking is the resizable editing window, which is useful for editing long posts if you have a large resolution screen. You can read all of the fancy additions on the WordPress website. [...]

    Pingback from kenshi.boysofsummer.ca on January 3, 2006

  281. [...] This evening I’ve upgraded the website’s backend from WordPress 1.5 to 2.0. This is a major revision and one I’m already enjoying. For those interested, check out the changelog here. [...]

    Pingback from The NoseNet Network » Blog Archive » nosenet.com updates its backend for 2006 on January 3, 2006

  282. [...] I’ve made the upgrade from WordPress 1.5.2 to WordPress 2.0 just a little too soon, I guess. Bugs still aren’t ironed out and all. But then again, there are lots of nifty improvements, especially in the interface. The one one just looked too dated. [...]

    Pingback from :: The Second Deconstruction; version 3.0 » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 :: on January 3, 2006

  283. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from Political Bloviation » Blog Archive » WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 on January 3, 2006

  284. [...] WordPress 2 The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface. [...]

    Pingback from Sim’s Software Talk » Blog Archive » WordPress v2.0 Released on January 3, 2006

  285. WordPress 2.0 released

    The official release version of WordPress 2.0 is now available for download and install/upgrade. I havent personally had a chance yet to do eithera clean install or an upgrade, but will definately report my first-hand experiences as time permits. As

    Trackback from How To Blog on January 3, 2006

  286. [...] that I wasn’t going to be maintaing this blog for much longer in the hopes of getting my own site soon. This new release of wordpress will definately be keeping me blogging for a few more though. I can even backup and email my database with one of the stock plugins so no more mysterious blog disappearances. [...]

    Pingback from B.art and life » Blog Archive » Just when I thought on January 3, 2006

  287. [...] I updated the blog to WordPress 2.0 today. I have to say that while I like the list of improvments, the upgrade process was missing an important step: put a temporary index.php file in place during the upgrade with a “Back in 5 minutes” message. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 | Design Meme on January 3, 2006

  288. [...] WordPress 2 – i should be updating the Asylum with this new release but im just lazy…. [...]

    Pingback from Asylum » Updates.. on January 3, 2006

  289. [...] Upgrade this site to WordPress 2.0 “Duke” [...]

    Pingback from blog(foo); » New Year’s Resolutions on January 3, 2006

  290. [...] So WordPress 2.0 has dropped. Took me ages to figure out what all the changes were. Dunno why there is no easy link from the main WP site. In the end I found the link in my WP dashboard. They should at least have a changes link on the download page. [...]

    Pingback from Luckyspin.org » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  291. [...] Take about a depressing New Year on January 2, 2006 @ 9:00 am Word Count: 632EDIT I just wanted to let you lovely people know that I have upgraded my blog to WordPress 2.0. I love it! It has so many new features that just make blogging easier. I don’t really know why I have not done it before. I had no problems installing it either. It was so simple. If you are looking to upgrade your Worpress, but are too chicken to, let me know, and I will do it for you. END EDIT Heh, yet again, I have a new theme which I hope that all of you enjoy to the fullest. I think it turned out quite well, may I add? I don’t know, sometimes I do good, and other times, it’s just like bleh. [...]

    Pingback from Voltage.nu » blog archive » Take about a depressing New Year on January 3, 2006

  292. [...] WordPress 2.0 is Out! [...]

    Pingback from 12thharmonic Blog » Upgrade In Progress on January 3, 2006

  293. [...] Anyway . . . FREE POPCORN SUCKAS!!! P.S. Any of you bloggers out there that use WordPress, the newest edition, version 2.0, is out now and definatly worth the upgrade. No Comments so far Leave a comment RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI Leave a comment Line and paragraph breaks automatic, e-mail address never displayed, HTML allowed: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong> [...]

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  294. [...] Sudah banyak yang membahas soal WordPress 2.0 sebelumnya jadi fitur-fitur baru tidak perlu dijabarkan lagi. Hari ini saya upgrade WP dengan mulus, setelah ditest terlebih dahulu di localhost. Plugin statistik yang saya pakai tidak kompatibel dengan WP 2.0 jadi terpaksa memakai plugin statistik lain. oh ya satu lagi, WYSIWYG editor is sux [...]

    Pingback from 15june.com | purple » WP 2.0 Finally on January 3, 2006

  295. [...] It’s possible that I’m going to migrate the blog, and save this problem for another day. But it’s derailed my effort to upgrade this word press installation to the brand shiny new 2.0 release. [...]

    Pingback from Plan Resonate Blog » I TRIED AND FAILED on January 3, 2006

  296. [...] Det må vel være nye personlig rekord?  Mitt nyttårsforsett var å slå av PC’en senest kl. 23:00 hver dag.  I går satt jeg meg ned rundt klokka åtte etter at jeg hadde lagt Oda.  På planen sto blant annet oppgradering av bloggen min til WordPress 2.0, noe som gikk greit.  Jeg ble deretter sittende litt annet småplukk, og plutselig var klokka 00:42.  [...]

    Pingback from Alf Kåre Lefdal » Full sprekk 2. januar on January 3, 2006

  297. [...] Har også sett litt på wordpress 2.0 som er kommet nå, men da det er en del arbeid med å legge over til dette for meg (plugins og theme som ikke lengre er støttet) kommer ikke denne overgangen før jeg er helt sikker på at det ikke er betydelige feil i den nye versonen. Kommer tilbake til dette etterhvert. [...]

    Pingback from Beisfjord.net » Ingen oppdatering, mange oppdateringer on January 3, 2006

  298. [...] went live this weekend; as soon as 2.01 drops, it’s upgrade city. [...]

    Pingback from i am the evil twin » WordPress 2 on January 3, 2006

  299. [...] So I guess they released WordPress 2 and when I upgraded to it, I lost a lot of stuff I had before. I’ve done away with the whole user-levels thing, which is in a way the original motivation for switching to wordpress, but since then I’ve found enough compelling features to stick with using it. Mostly I’m too lazy to switch to anything again. Everybody got demoted to subscriber who was a registered user of any kind before. Now I’m going to go and finish making changes to the template which I’d made before. [...]

    Pingback from pantsfarm » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 3, 2006

  300. [...] La version 2.0 de WordPress a été officiellement dévoilée le 31 décembre dernier (et officieusement le 27). Grâce à une équipe de traduction agrandie (Sébastien “z720” Erard a rejoint Myriam “FairWeb” Faulkner et moi-même), nous avons été en mesure de suivre de près les version béta, et de proposer le jour même de la sortie la version complète de WP2 en version française. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress en français » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 disponible en français on January 3, 2006

  301. [...] As mentioned on the WordPress official blog, new features are: [...]

    Pingback from Pakpromo :: Brands, Blogs, Social Networks, SEO, RSS » WordPress 2.0: Official Word on January 3, 2006

  302. [...] Matt writes: WordPress 2.0 “Duke” is available! […] WordPress.org also has a rocking new design from Matt Thomas. [...]

    Pingback from Joakim Andersson | WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  303. [...] WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from Beta Alfa 2.0 » WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  304. [...] On December 31st. the WordPress Team finally announced the release of the 2.0 release of WordPress. The files actually came out on the 26.th but I guess better late than never. This release is known as Duke after, and in honor of, jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. The core files of WordPress saw over 500 changes and the upgrade process is a little risky with all the changes. I was lucky that I did not have any problems myself but if you are upgrading make sure that you start with version 1.5.2 unless you want to completely “hose” you install! There are 3 really simple things to remember 1. Backup 2. Backup 3.BACKUP both your database and ALL of your WordPress files. If you are interested you can read the official post about the release over on the WordPress Developer Blog and the list of some of the changes in this version include: [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2 Officially Announced at Randomness Redefined on January 3, 2006

  305. [...] I think it’s the time to present what have I been doing in the last days. A number of improvement have beed added to this web site. In short I have upgraded to wordpress 2.0. I also moved to the next version of wikka. Some of you might remember that I offered some money to whoever could write some code to get the tag plugin to generate an rss list. I didn’t, at the time, explained why. I will now. [...]

    Pingback from P. S. : » wikitags on January 3, 2006

  306. [...] There’s a new version of WordPress – WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 and I’m wondering if I should take the time to upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from Andreas Matern’s Weblog » WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 on January 3, 2006

  307. Ya entre nosotros la nueva version de WordPress …

    Hoy mientras editaba mi blog, para lo cual uso WordPress una exelente pieza de software Libre que a mi y a muchos mas nos ha parecido de lo mejorcito a la hora de levantar un blog o similar.
    Esta version lleva por nombre Duke en honor al pianista y compos

    Trackback from Kolgados on January 3, 2006

  308. [...] Anyway. If you’re a WordPress user — check out the Blog Post. If you’re not a WordPress user — why not? Check it out anyway! :-) Most of the feature improvements seem to be behind the scenes, but the new admin section looks quite snazzy! Also there seems to be the option of signing up as a subscriber to the blog, which (if I’m correct in my assumption) means you’ll be able to get my blog by e-mail. Why you’d do that I don’t know, but still… Well, I’d better get back to writing my lovely, lovely test plan… oh what incredibly joy! *ahem* As you were… [...]

    Pingback from phillsacre.me.uk » Blog Archive » WordPress version 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  309. [...] On the other hand, Duke has all kinds of pretty new features that I’d love to play with. Oh, what to do, what to do? [...]

    Pingback from Tangled » The Connundrums of Geekhood on January 3, 2006

  310. [...] Attention blogging aficionados: WordPress 2.0 has just been released! [...]

    Pingback from finding Monsuun » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  311. [...] The title of this post says it all.  My site’s back up, powered now by version 2.0 of WordPress.  I still want to write a fresh template, but that will come later. [...]

    Pingback from Tim’s Website » Blog Archive » Back online, but still have a ways to go… on January 3, 2006

  312. [...] link [...]

    Pingback from Rafał Robakowski » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 3, 2006

  313. [...] To start off my new year, grapefeed and the engine that runs it both received extreme makeovers. Grapefeed was redesigned; WordPress went up to version 2.0 from 1.5.2. [...]

    Pingback from GRAPEFEED: insert witty tagline here » Blog Archive » Starting Over, Yet Again on January 3, 2006

  314. Upgraded to WordPress 2.0

    This morning I updated the site to WordPress 2.0  I do like the new look and functionality in the admin panel.  My biggest bitch is that it takes 30 seconds for /wp-admin to load properly.

    Trackback from RonMutchler.com - Come if you dare on January 3, 2006

  315. [...] Finally- something with a “2.0″ on the end that has substance! My first tech task of 2006 has been the upgrade of CDB to WordPress 2.0 the “Duke” release. [...]

    Pingback from CogDogBlog » Blog Archive » The Duke- a 2.0 Thing With Meaning on January 3, 2006

  316. [...] Asıl aklımda olan üsttekiler yazmaktı tabii, ama Blog’uma Login olunca gördüm ki WordPress 2.0 sürümünü duyurmuş. Ne iyi etmiş, hemen güncelledim. Tek adımda da güncellemeyi başarı ile tamamladı, daha da sevindirik oldum. [...]

    Pingback from Karalamalar » Yeni yıl, yeni şeyler on January 3, 2006

  317. [...] Why the hell do I have to go through a thirteen step process to upgrade WordPress to 2.0? Why isn’t there a script which does all this backing up, disabling plugins, moving files out of the way? WordPress might be known for its 5 minute install but it sure is a pain in the ass to upgrade. Even one-line security fixes are a major PITA. [...]

    Pingback from joe shaw on January 3, 2006

  318. [...] WordPress 2 was released two days ago. After reading all the new features and enhancements that they’ve made to the application, I can’t wait to give it a shot. Things are a bit busy right now though, so it may be a little while before I can actually make the upgrade. I’m sure though that this is one upgrade that I will want to make. [...]

    Pingback from Stinkbug.net » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 Release on January 3, 2006

  319. [...] State of Art blogging tool WordPress 2.0 is out. Some new features like, WYSIWYG editor, faster administration, inline uploading sounds good. Also their version and release date (December 31, 2005) are interesting Web 2.0 WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from e-Learning content authoring » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Out! on January 3, 2006

  320. [...] Happy new year! I’m back and I have updated the site with a new theme called Regulus. Furthermore, the site is now powered by WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Martin Kamp Jensen » Happy 2006 on January 3, 2006

  321. [...] You can see the major highlights here. .adHeadline {font: bold 9pt Arial; text-decoration: underline; color: blue;} .adText {font: normal 9pt Arial; text-decoration: none; color: black;} .adinfotitle { font: normal 8pt Arial; text-decoration: none; text-align: right; color: black; position: relative; margin: 6px 0px 0px 0px; padding: 4px 4px 4px 8px; background-color: #eee; border-top: 1px solid #ddd; border-left: 1px solid #ddd; border-right: 1px solid #ddd; border-botom: 0px; } .adinfocontent { font: normal 8pt Arial; text-decoration: none; color: black; position: relative; margin: 0px 0px 0px 0px; padding: 4px 4px 4px 8px; background-color: #fff; border: 1px solid #ddd; } .alignright {text-align: right; } advertisement Advertise with Watershed Studio [...]

    Pingback from Watershed Studio Blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 “Duke” on January 3, 2006

  322. We are now running WordPress 2.0 – that was a fun upgrade!

    I am pleased to announce that chrisgreen.co.uk has successfully made the transition to WordPress 2.0 without any problems or me breaking the site.
    Mind you, we didn’t take any risks with this one. Before we started, we did a complete backup of t…

    Trackback from chrisgreen.co.uk on January 3, 2006

  323. [...] Blog läuft jetzt mit WordPress 2.0. Und ich habe das Layout gewechselt – aber keines selbst gemacht, sondern nur ein geklautes repariert. Ich dachte schon seit Monaten, ich würde bestimmt mal Lust haben, mir ein eigenes zu machen… Naja, war nix. Obwohl das etwas krude alte auch Stil hatte, irgendwie. Wer nur Müll sieht, muss jetzt F5 drücken. [...]

    Pingback from Logdatei » Zweinull on January 3, 2006

  324. [...] I just updated to WordPress 2.0! I’m also working on a new design for the site. I doubt you’ll notice the change in the verison but from the admin cp you can. Tags [...]

    Pingback from A slice of who I am » WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  325. [...] Ho installato la versione 2.0 di WordPress, disponibile da un paio di giorni nel sito ufficiale! [...]

    Pingback from Pensieri e Parole » Blog Archive » Upgrade di WordPress! on January 3, 2006

  326. [...] I just updated Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com to the recently released Version 2.0. It wasn’t all that difficult of an upgrade, and Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com visitors should not see anything different. (Most of the changes were done in the back end) [...]

    Pingback from Jeremy-Gilby-dot-com » WordPress 2.0 on January 3, 2006

  327. [...] In case you missed it … WordPress 2.0 is final Between Christmas and New Years isn’t the best time to launch software if you want a buzz.  Well, at least unless you’re WordPress.  Version 2.0 came out of beta and the final version was released, rather stealthily I must say, over the holidays.   I’ve been playing around with the new WP for a while and I really like it.  Okay except for this little problem not being able to use Qumana to upload images.  Regardless congrats to Matt and the team.   Technorati Tags : WordPress, WordPress+2.0     [...]

    Pingback from ProBlogging How To | In case you missed it … WordPress 2.0 is final on January 4, 2006

  328. [...] I’ve also upgraded the software that runs this site to WordPress 2.0, there’s a new admin control panel and some internal code reworking. I’ve also relaxed the criteria for displaying comments, so it should now instantly display all comments except spam, that aside there’s not really much user visible change, but if you see something that does look funny let me know.. [...]

    Pingback from SasBlog » Blog Archive » Site Upgrade on January 4, 2006

  329. [...] There are a few more issues to solve, but basically, everything is done. WordPress 2.0 is installed and stable. Save for a few weird things with the original plugins I was using, for example, the wp-gallery plugin has issues, but only, and only when, you edit or write a post with the WYSIWYG editor in WordPress 2.0. If you specify to use the original editor, or use Safari (which does not currently support the WYSIWYG editor), you won’t have any issues. I noticed this when I was updating all the categories, there are a couple of posts from the Events & Trips category. When I updated the category, I was using Firefox on the mac, which does support the WYSIWYG editor. It seems that since the WYSIWYG editor didn’t recognize the tags, it simply hid them from view (they appeared in the html source editor, but once the page was updated, it no longer retained the tag value). This is probably the worst thing I’ve noticed. [...]

    Pingback from Almost Finished Upgrading at Animus Ex Machina on January 4, 2006

  330. [...] I switched web hosts today, and neglected to back up my old posts before the switch. As a result, as far as I can tell, they are gone forever. I guess that’s one way to begin the new year with a fresh start… On a positive note, though, the switch came with an upgrade to WordPress 2.0, which I am looking forward to trying out. [...]

    Pingback from Small Multiples, a blog by Dmitry Nekrasovski » Blog Archive » Oops… on January 4, 2006

  331. [...] I’ve updated to WP2, you’ll probably not notice much though. Technorati Tags: wordpress 2.0    [...]

    Pingback from eWhelp » WordPress 2.0 in the house. on January 4, 2006

  332. WordPress 2.0

    WP 2.0 is out, continuing with the pattern of one release every 9-10 months (c.f. WordPress 1.2, WordPress 1.5).

    Trackback from Superlicious on January 4, 2006

  333. [...] WordPress 2.0 ISBN: 1072 AUTHOR: Seth – email CATEGORY: Divine Inspiration TRACKBACK: Trackback UTC: 2006-01-03T15:10:56-18000 So I’m sitting on the good side of the upgrade toWordpress 2.0 (official announcement) and so far I’m very pleased. [...]

    Pingback from Mostly Muppet Dot Com on January 4, 2006

  334. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 Posted in tech shop, coffee shop | [...]

    Pingback from re.ality » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 4, 2006

  335. [...] Oj, det var visst ett par dagar sen, men det verkar som att ingen jag kommit över har kommenterat denna händelse. Så därför kör jag en post om det. Ska genast installera det så fort jag kommer hem i eftermiddag. Kunde jag hade jag gjort från jobbet, men det finns ju inga ftp-klienter här inte. L’äs mer om det här. [...]

    Pingback from randler.se - ett eko i mängden » Blog Archive » Nya wordpress 2.0 ute. on January 4, 2006

  336. Mise à jour en version 2 …

    Et voilà, plutôt que de mettre à jour les blogs de mes clients, les blogs de Crao, j’ai préféré commencer par le mien …. et je ne regrette pas car … c’est un peu le bazaar.
    Déjà, mon thème ne fonctionne plus (une version de Rin …

    Trackback from Murmures dans le cyberespace on January 4, 2006

  337. [...] Oh, and I upgraded to WordPress 2 as well. Very nice…but the administration interface is buggier than I’d expected. Filed by Walker @ 0114 GMT 10 TagsAvantist WordPress Themes Theme Graphic Design Avant Garde Constructivism IE6 Firefox Konqueror WordPress [...]

    Pingback from arty.me » Blog Archive » Announcing Avantist on January 4, 2006

  338. wordpress 2.0 disponible

    La version 2.0 est donc disponible… A télécharger sur le site de wordpress
    Pour tout savoir sur les nouvelles fonctionnalités (déjà évoquées sur ce blog) mais plus détaillées sur le site de Problogger
    Via Presse-citron
    Wordpress

    Trackback from 2803, le blog on January 4, 2006

  339. [...] http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Radio Clash Mash Up Podcast - a weekly podcast of mixes, mash-ups, and more! » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 now out on January 4, 2006

  340. [...] Behalve de P2000monitor pagina zelf, heeft ook het weblog en gastenboek (bij ons /blog/ genaamd) af en toe onderhoud nodig. Vandaag geupgrade naar de laatste versie van WordPress en ook meteen maar een gelikte layout geinstalleerd… [...]

    Pingback from P2000monitor.nl /blog/ » Weblog vernieuwd on January 4, 2006

  341. [...] In case you haven’t noticed WordPress 2.0 is now available for download. I find it to be the best Blogging software available and like it even more because its free! [...]

    Pingback from 0800itsupport blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  342. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 &nbsp [...]

    Pingback from Julesblog.nl » Worpress 2 “Duke” on January 4, 2006

  343. [...] I’ve just upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and so far, so good. The upgrade process was well documented and went without a hitch. All my existing plugins continued to function. However, as stressed in the documentation make sure you backup your installation and database first. I do regular scheduled backups of my database using the WordPress Database Backup plugin by Scott Merill. It backs up the database and emails it to me nightly. [...]

    Pingback from Ant Drewery » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  344. [...] la dernière version, 2.0, de WordPress vient de sortir. [...]

    Pingback from marc.lacoste/blog » Blog Archive » Changement de moteur on January 4, 2006

  345. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. [...]

    Pingback from Tin Foil Soldier » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 4, 2006

  346. [...] WordPress 2 has been released. I’ll be converting my blog up to the newest version as soon as I’ve verified that my plugins will still work with it. So if you notice any downtime in the next few days, I aplogize, but hopefully it means we’re making way for great new things. [...]

    Pingback from Pneumonochrome » Blog Archive » WordPress2 is out on January 4, 2006

  347. [...] After a week or so of trying out WordPress 2.0 Release Candidate, and ultimately the final release I decided to downgrade my install and return to 1.5.2. I missed the functionality provided by several plug ins that were not revised to work with WordPress 2.0, and I was unable to adapt them myself (not quite that savvy). Most notably the Live+Press plug in has proved to be a most valuable tool as this site was started up as a back up of my LiveJournal. After poking around the plug in author’s site I could find no evidence of a fix in the works ~ quite disheartening. While several of the visible new tweaks in WordPress 2.0 were nifty at first, they soon became bothersome. For example, I don’t need a WYSIWYG editor ~ I found it limiting and cumbersome to work around when necessary. Even after ‘turning off’ the editor it would still appear when writing entries. The small amount of lag time it added to the loading of the write page got to be a bit annoying. I’m sure the ‘under the hood’ improvements of WordPress 2.0 are quite fabulous, but my needs being minimal WordPress 1.5.2 worked just fine for me. [...]

    Pingback from ::creepi.gurl.(dot).com:: on January 4, 2006

  348. [...] WordPress 2.0 has finally been released. There are a lot of new features in this release that I’m looking forward to. I’ll most likely be upgrading this site in the next couple of weeks, after I give it a thorough testing. Look for more updates as I have time. [...]

    Pingback from Ourempire.com » WordPress 2.0 released on January 4, 2006

  349. [...] It’s right here in this place. The Vindaloo is running the much improved WordPress 2.0. After working with WordPress for at least four month I have to say that it is really worth installing and simple to use. The new version features rich text editing, a nice backup system, a redesigned admin interface and many bug fixes. Go an get it or get a free blog at WordPress.com. Technorati Tags: WordPress 2 WordPress Open Source [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 at Bombay Vindaloo on January 4, 2006

  350. [...] WordPress終於推出了更新,由1.5å?‡ç´šåˆ°2.0,看é?Žä¸€äº›blogger的評語,都是說主è¦?的功能沒有é‡?大改動,改得最多的是Admin System,比以å‰?優化和增強了ä¸?少,有時間時也應該會為這裡å?šä¸€æ¬¡upgrade了; [...]

    Pingback from tat’s blog | idle-life.com » 零六年第一篇 on January 4, 2006

  351. [...] so. ich habe grade meine blog software, wordpress, auf auf version 2.0 gebracht. änderungen können hier nachgelesen werden. [...]

    Pingback from blutigerschnee.de » Blog Archive » wordpress aktualisiert on January 4, 2006

  352. [...] Desde este momento podreis disfrutar de todas las nuevas funcionalidades de wordpress [...]

    Pingback from The CosanostrA » Como me gusta esto: 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  353. [...] Anyhow…  BG hoops tonight.  Yay!!  That’s it for now.  I upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and wanted to make a new post to see how it differs… it’s slick!  If you’re a WP user, I’d recommend the upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from Nasal Passages » Blog Archive » Outages on January 4, 2006

  354. [...] Because I was bored waiting for the Parcelforce man to arrive with the new Freeview box (because the old one doesn’t get BBC Four for some reason anymore and I want to watch QI, and I think Jon’s getting a bit itchy without CBeebies) to arrive – not that he has, mind, so much for getting up at 8 in case he came then, the bastards – and it was either that or revision, this site is now running on WordPress 2.0. It’s not going to make the blindest bit of difference to anyone reading this, and it probably won’t to me other than feeling slightly cleverer for five minutes until I start getting PHP errors and flounce off in a huff, but I’m going to announce it anyway. Such is the internet. No excuse not to do revision now. Does anyone know how to convincingly fake some sort of major yet temporary illness (preferably with an exotic name) so I don’t have to do my exams? Could I make myself up so I look like I have necrotizing fasciitis using some lipliner, do you reckon? [...]

    Pingback from thought train: not stopping » Blog Archive » I refuse to make the obligatory pun on “Parcelforce” involving the word “farce” on January 4, 2006

  355. [...] I just upgraded the blog to WordPress 2.0.  Let me know if something seems broken.  Thanks. [...]

    Pingback from ((meatspace)) » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  356. [...] So I just saw that Word Press 2.0 just came out. I’ve been using WordPress for Cinder Inc. since it started and have been impressed with it all along. Even with the few hiccups that happened with the 1.2->1.5 upgrade, they were minor and I ended up with a much nicer and easier to maintain site (though that implies I was actually updating!) [...]

    Pingback from Cinder Inc. » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  357. [...] (to see the original, go here) [...]

    Pingback from the liberation.net - daily media rambles of tom barnett » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 - The “Duke” Edition on January 4, 2006

  358. [...] I was planning to start posting again tomorrow, but I’ve just discovered WordPress 2 is out, so I might get the upgrade out of the way first, which will also involve backing everything up, copying some hacks to the new files (once I’ve found them!), upgrading pluggins and generally making sure everything still works … I’ll try and get my act together by Friday, otherwise we’re looking at Monday and yet another new week! [...]

    Pingback from I’m back … Happy New Year! » Web Marketing Strategy Update on January 4, 2006

  359. WordPress 2 and SMF (CWF-related)

    Trackback from Little Wolf's Lair on January 4, 2006

  360. [...] I’ve just installed the brand-spanking new, AJAX-tastic WordPress 2.0 for this blog. I usually shiver at the thought of upgrading software — you know why — but this upgrade was just so ridiculously easy I had to tell everyone (well, the two readers of this blog at least). It went like this: Upload the files, visit a web page, done. As Jacko used to say before he went weird, “it’s easy as ABC.” [...]

    Pingback from lylo :: web design and software development :: london, uk on January 4, 2006

  361. [...] The new WordPress 2 codebase is supposedly a completely new backend, but my upgrade went without a hitch. Impressive. I guess this is largely in part due to my installation being pretty much stock, but even so, nice. I do slightly wonder if I’m missing an index on some of the tables in the DB though, not necessarily from WP2 but even before, my “admin dashboard” has been painfully slow to load. A problem for another day, however. [...]

    Pingback from lifebsideben » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 upgrade: smooth as silk on January 4, 2006

  362. [...] I just updgraded to WordPress 2.0. Here’s hoping there are no problems. [...]

    Pingback from The House of Jon » Blog Archive » WordPress Update on January 4, 2006

  363. [...] 04/01/2006 (Escrito hace 1 minuto) Ya hace como 5 días estuvo lista y publicada la versión 2.0 estable del manejador de contenido Worpress, trae bastante sorpresitas, yo tuve la oportunidad de seguir la evolución a través de las versiones betas y les aseguro que hay cambios buenos. Aun no he instalado la versión estable pero apenas la evalue en mi servidor local, decidire si hago el upgrade de mi manejador actual. Para hacer download aqui esta el link. Si quieren saber como hacer el upgrade aqui tiene la ayuda. [...]

    Pingback from ::: El Blog de Mr. LnL ::: Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 ::: por Mr. LnL (Leonel Sánchez) on January 4, 2006

  364. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out, which means I’ll have to think about upgrading soon. More importantly, I need to test the plugins I’ve written against 2.0.   [...]

    Pingback from Andy@Hillhome.org - Andrew Hill » WordPress 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  365. [...] A day late, a dollar short, but I did it. I’ve updated to WordPress 2.0 .On the outside I realize that there aren’t really any differences, but let me assure you that the insides are much better. Maybe. We’ll see. [...]

    Pingback from lovely, a blog » Blog Archive » and this is WP 2.0 on January 4, 2006

  366. [...] 5, 2006 Love I was at Jake’s blog just moments ago. Yup, Jake installed WordPress 2. Yay! Thank youJake. The first time ever I had a glimpse of WordPress was when someone was here in KL last year for business and I managed to catch a glimpse of it on his PowerBook G4. Talk about love at first sight – referring to everything I just mentioned. [...]

    Pingback from Ignorance is bliss » Blog Archive » Love on January 4, 2006

  367. [...] For those who use wordpress for internet blogs like myself, they have released version 2.0 Download and install or upgrade your existing wordpress with the instructions at the web page. I like the UI a bit better and the upgraded options. This theme seems to work with wordpress 2.0 also. [...]

    Pingback from Talon’s (Micah) Blog » Word Press upgrade on January 5, 2006

  368. [...] The wordpress press release movable type wordpress Popularity: 3% [...]

    Pingback from We are now on WordPress Version 2 » TheSMSGuide Blog » Blog Archive » We are now on WordPress Version 2 on January 5, 2006

  369. [...] From the WordPress Development Blog: The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface. Before you upgrade from an earlier version, remember that this is a major release and thousands of lines of code have changed. Before upgrading it’s always good, just in case, to make a backup of your database and WordPress files. It only takes a few minutes and gives you a total safety net if for whatever reason things don’t work. It is also probably a good idea to turn off your plugins, and activate them one-by-one after you’ve upgraded. Without further ado, you can download WordPress 2 right now. [...]

    Pingback from peacechicken.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Upgrade on January 5, 2006

  370. [...] WordPress 2.0 has been released for a while. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress - XForge on January 5, 2006

  371. [...] WordPress 2.0 upgrade completed. Really like the new administration interface.  WYSISYG editor is cool too. [...]

    Pingback from ephemeral » WP2 on January 5, 2006

  372. [...] Barusan selesai update ke wordpress 2.0 nggak perlu test-testan.. langsung tancap install aja. dan hasilnya adalah WYSIWYG editor SUX..!!! . dan untuk update yang laen hanya spam karma aja yg di upgrade ke 2.1. dan itupun dikarenakan isu yang tidak kompatibel dengan wp 2.0. Stepnya hanya tiga langkah saja kayak orang maen catur [...]

    Pingback from I Made Yanuarta DPY » Blog Archive » Update ke WordPress 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  373. [...] Next up on the list of changes, new blog software. I haven’t posted in a while, but wanted to get back to writing about things that are interesting to me like my job, my family, church, and hobbies like web development and programming. Movable Type has served me well, but I am making a conscious effort to use more free software, and to use products I can learn from and more easily extend. I chose to switch to WordPress to manage my blog primarily for these reasons. I have been taking an active interest in ASP for my job, and would like to learn PHP to round things out. Other technologies I have focused on include CSS, XHTML, and JavaScript; WP gives me a playground to learn and experiment with them all. I like like what I see in WP so far. I started with the newly released 2.0, but actually moved back to 1.5.2 after having a bit of trouble with Gallery2 integration. We’ll see how things shape up after I have some experience. [...]

    Pingback from Mitch’s Weblog » Blog Archive » Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changin’ on January 5, 2006

  374. [...] der Januar?! Habe soben WordPress auf die Version 2.0 upgegraded! Yeah! Sieht nun schicker aus, ist etwas strukturierter, ABER: Warum aber muss man mit 13 langen Schritten ein Upgrade von WordPress zur Version 2.0 durchführen? Warum gibt’s hierfür kein Skript, das alle Backups macht, die Plugins deaktiviert und die Dateien sichert??? WordPress mag berühmt sein für seine 5 Minuten Installation, aber aktuell ist das fast eine Zumutung! [...]

    Pingback from weblogbuch vom deichgrafen » Blog Archive » Alles Neue macht on January 5, 2006

  375. [...] The new version of WordPress, possibly the best blogging tool out there, is out.  On the 31st of December 2005, WP2.0 (known as “Duke”) was launched. [...]

    Pingback from that canadian girl » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  376. [...] Il nostro portale usa un software che si chiama WordPress. Da pochissimi giorni è stata rilasciata la versione 2.0 e stamattina ho fatto l’upgrade. Le nuove feature sono visibili quasi esclusivamente nel backend: in particolare l’interfaccia per scrivere un post è stata notevolmente migliorata grazie ad AJAX e DHTML. Anche l’upload dei file ora è molto più semplice ed intuitivo. Provare per credere! [...]

    Pingback from Nexse Portal » WordPress Upgrade on January 5, 2006

  377. [...] 今天一連改了兩個æ?±è¥¿ï¼Œä¸?é?Žæ”¹æˆ? WordPress 2.0 å?¯èƒ½æ²’什麼人有感覺(因為這次我沒把資料æ?žä¸Ÿï¼‰ XD [...]

    Pingback from >> Betray~* » WordPress 2.0 & New Template “Squible” on January 5, 2006

  378. [...] 今天一連改了兩個æ?±è¥¿ï¼Œä¸?é?Žæ”¹æˆ? WordPress 2.0 å?¯èƒ½æ²’什麼人有感覺(因為這次我沒把資料æ?žä¸Ÿï¼‰ XD [...]

    Pingback from >> Betray~* » WordPress 2.0 & New Template “Squible” on January 5, 2006

  379. [...] 今天一連改了兩個æ?±è¥¿ï¼Œä¸?é?Žæ”¹æˆ? WordPress 2.0 å?¯èƒ½æ²’什麼人有感覺(因為這次我沒把資料æ?žä¸Ÿï¼‰ XD [...]

    Pingback from >> Betray~* » WordPress 2.0 & New Template “Squible” on January 5, 2006

  380. [...] 今天一連改了兩個æ?±è¥¿ï¼Œä¸?é?Žæ”¹æˆ? WordPress 2.0 å?¯èƒ½æ²’什麼人有感覺(因為這次我沒把資料æ?žä¸Ÿï¼‰ XD [...]

    Pingback from >> Betray~* » WordPress 2.0 & New Template “Squible” on January 5, 2006

  381. [...] Seit gestern läuft das Weblog mit WordPress 2. Die Umstellung verlief problemlos. Ich hoffe alle Seiten funktionieren noch und es gibt keine toten Links mehr. Äußerlich ist davon allerdings erstmal nichts zu merken, da die meisten Änderungen bei der 2 Version eher unter der Oberfläche stattgefunden haben. [...]

    Pingback from Klasse Kaffee » WordPress 2 on January 5, 2006

  382. [...] Offical release here. http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from WP 2 at kepo-ing Zz85 on January 5, 2006

  383. [...] For more details on the new features, check the development blog at WordPress.org // Used for showing and hiding user information in the comment form function ShowUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “”; } function HideUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “none”; } [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 Released at TechZap on January 5, 2006

  384. [...] http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Money’s Blog » 傳è?žä¸­çš„ WordPress 2.0 Released?! on January 5, 2006

  385. [...] On New Year’s Eve,while the blogsphere and I were out getting shit faced drunk, Matt Mullenweg and a few other diligent members of the WordPress crew debuted WP 2. Wow! WordPress is without a doubt the best piece of blogging software to date and now it just got better. The new and improved WordPress runs much faster due to a completely redesigned backend, and features WYSIWYG HTML editing and file uploads directly from the ‘Write Post’ window. Overall the admin area is better organized so it is easier to find what you need. Really guys, this is a stunning piece of software, and it is easy as hell to upgrade or install. As always, just make sure to backup everything before you move to WP 2. [...]

    Pingback from Market Anomaly » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 Debuts New Year’s Eve. Great Application, Bad Timing. on January 5, 2006

  386. [...] Well WP2 has been released, see the official announcement, but syntax highlighter I was using isn’t compatible with WP2.0 so I’m linking the file instead. The post editor seems to want to parse everything it detects as HTML so putting up any PHP with HTML is not possible, I guess I could go through replacing < with ‘<’ but still, when you’re using plugins like AMM any function you put in using quicklinks just disappears because it’s  (very helpful). I’m not sure I like all this javascript fanciness, it’s pretty and there’s a period when you think ‘Wow, you can do that in a web browser?’ but it’s ultimately useless. On the otherhand, the fact that the AJAX makes the update almost instant is quite cool. No suprise that it’s been added though really the way the term has been spread liberally round the web since Gmail and Google maps came about. Anyways the code for my Pascal’s triangle script is here. Enjoy [...]

    Pingback from The Aquinas Hub » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 and Pascal’s Triangle on January 5, 2006

  387. [...] I really really want to upgrade to WordPress 2.0. I’ve been playing with it on a “snadbox” I set up and it’s pretty slick. But they REALLY need to figure out a way to make the upgrade more seamless than “backup all your stuff, delete it all, isntall this, then try to figure out if your themes and plugins work, then pray.” Oy. I’ll pick a free weekend sometime and do it, maybe wait a month or two for more 2.0 plugin support. I’ve just got so much customization and plugins now I know it’ll be a mess to do the upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from X-Tra Rant » WordPress 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  388. [...] A princício pareceu que eu fui o único que teve problemas com a instalação do WordPress 2.0. Todas as pesquisas que eu fiz no Google o pessoal dizia: smooth instalation, works fine. [...]

    Pingback from Blog do Jônatas » Problemas com WordPress 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  389. [...] paistab, et 2.0 on viimasel ajal popp versioon mida välja lasta. nüüd siis wordpress 2.0, põnev põnev. big shout out siis ka K2 meestele, kes teevad head asja. Good Thing™, ya know. WP2 tuli samal päeval, kui ma oma gaimi kontosakkide plugina versiooniks 0.2 nimetasin ja ühtlasi samal päeval lõppes 2005. aasta. damn fuck et praegu eksamid on, tegelikult hea meelega eestindaksin oma ajaveebi ja paneks uue WP peale ja teeksin muud toredat ja lõbusat. või loeksin raamatuid – mitte selliseid nagu ma olen sunnitud lugema, vaid selliseid, mida ma entusiastlikult õgiks. [...]

    Pingback from wordpress 2.0 at blog.frukt.pri.ee on January 5, 2006

  390. [...] Αξίζει η αναβάθμιση όπωσδήποτε σε όσους χÏ?ησιμοποιοÏ?ν ακόμα την έκδοση 1.5.2. ΧÏ?ειάζεται κανένα μισάωÏ?ο για να κÏ?ατήσετε backup των αÏ?χείων που χÏ?ειάζονται να υπάÏ?χουν σε κάθε πεÏ?ίπτωση όπως η database και διάφοÏ?α άλλα, αλλα αξίζει. ΠεÏ?ισσότεÏ?ες πληÏ?οφοÏ?ίες για το WordPress και την τελευταία αναβάθμιση θα βÏ?είτε εδώ. [...]

    Pingback from Point.of.view » Blog Archive » Αναβάθμιση σε WordPress 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  391. [...] Just been upgrading to WordPress 2.0, Mopst things seem to be ok, Helen is already complaing that it’s reverted to the default ‘blue’ theme, some people, so impatient….. [...]

    Pingback from Petits Haricots » Blog Archive » Upgrade to 2.0 on January 5, 2006

  392. [...] Pardon the dust as I upgrade this site to the new WordPress 2.0 version… [...]

    Pingback from Ponderings Of Guy » Blog Archive » Under Temporary Construction… on January 6, 2006

  393. [...] Ny version av WordPress har kommit, nämligen 2.0 . Jag kommer uppdatera den samtidigt som jag installerar om Windows 2003 och bränner in MySQL 5.0 och PHP 5.1.X. Jag har legat på latsidan med uppdateringarna så man kanske hittar lite nya spännande saker i dom nya versionerna. [...]

    Pingback from s0derberg.com » Blog Archive » Uppdatering från skaune! on January 6, 2006

  394. [...] WordPress, the blogging software I use, just released a new version (WordPress 2.0) which I’ve now upgraded too. Most of the changes won’t be obvious to you guys, but the backend is quite different. So far I like it a lot. [...]

    Pingback from VincentHorn.com » WordPress 2.0 & Old Blog Integration on January 6, 2006

  395. [...] WordPress, the blogging software I use, just released a new version (WordPress 2.0) which I’ve now upgraded too. Most of the changes won’t be obvious to you guys, but the backend is quite different. So far I like it a lot. [...]

    Pingback from VincentHorn.com » WordPress 2.0 & Old Blog Integration on January 6, 2006

  396. [...] WordPress, the blogging software I use, just released a new version (WordPress 2.0) which I’ve now upgraded too. Most of the changes won’t be obvious to you guys, but the backend is quite different. So far I like it a lot. [...]

    Pingback from VincentHorn.com » WordPress 2.0 & Old Blog Integration on January 6, 2006

  397. [...] WordPress, the blogging software I use, just released a new version (WordPress 2.0) which I’ve now upgraded too. Most of the changes won’t be obvious to you guys, but the backend is quite different. So far I like it a lot. [...]

    Pingback from VincentHorn.com » WordPress 2.0 & Old Blog Integration on January 6, 2006

  398. [...] Whoot! WordPress 2 is out! ^______^ I should keep a closer eyes on the dashboard. [...]

    Pingback from sayonara . da . » Blog Upgrade on January 6, 2006

  399. [...] SK2-WP2Compatibility WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from Random Thoughts » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Comment Count Bug - Spam Karma Users on January 6, 2006

  400. [...] Looking for details, go read for yourself at the WordPress Development Blog. [...]

    Pingback from chad lindstrom’s blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 6, 2006

  401. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0, as I said I would. Everything seems to have gone smoothly, aside from a glitch with the Flickr plugin. I’ll work on that later. Meanwhile, as always, do let me know if something has gone horribly wrong somewhere. [...]

    Pingback from danbruno.net » WordPress 2.0 live. on January 6, 2006

  402. [...] drama. updating to wordpress 2.0 is a little nerve wracking. once again, things appeared to go smoothly. as far as i can tell, everything is normal. [...]

    Pingback from beef » Blog Archive » wordpress 2.0 on January 6, 2006

  403. [...] That’s right! I’ve upgraded the site to WP 2.0, which has some very nice new features. Unfortunatly, unless you run one, you won’t see the neat new stuff! I think everyone should run a blog, if nothing else just to get things off your chest. It helps tons! [...]

    Pingback from Jay Talbot’s Ramblings » I’ve upgraded! on January 6, 2006

  404. [...] This site is now on the shiny new WordPress 2.0 “Duke” [...]

    Pingback from Fourth Estate Radio » Blog Archive » Updated to WordPress 2.0 on January 6, 2006

  405. [...] I think I may upgrade my TiVo website (TiVoBlog.com) to WordPress 2.0 tonight.  I haven’t upgraded the site yet because I wanted to make sure that I didn’t run into any problems with this site and my family site.  I really like the new WYSIWYG editor and the ability to add new categories when you are putting together a post.  Also the ability to easily upload pictures is really nice.  This would have helped me last night when I put up pictures of the new Series3 TiVo at CES.  Stay tuned… [...]

    Pingback from AlexRaiano.com » Blog Archive » Should I Upgrade TiVoBlog To WordPress 2.0? on January 6, 2006

  406. [...] Der Upgrade auf WordPress 2.0 ist problemlos geglückt! Dies natürlich aufgrund der hervorragenden Dokumentation, die allerdings auch auf Deutsch vorhanden ist. [...]

    Pingback from fischkopp.ch - was geht? » Update auf WordPress 2.0 on January 6, 2006

  407. [...] Mutig, mutig. Soeben habe ich im laufenden Betrieb WordPress auf Version 2 upgegradet. Das hat offensichtlich tadellos funktioniert, denn sonst könnte man diesen Post nicht lesen . [...]

    Pingback from fakedos.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 ist da on January 6, 2006

  408. [...] OK, there are some improvements in the Admin interface to WP 2.0, i.e. things that need t be on the same screen are now, but my general overall impression was that this sentiment “Call it AJAX, call it DHTML, call it Larry” was taken too far. Horribly garish coloured status boxes that fade and change color just make me want to barf. Whoever did that was clearly under the influence of something illicit and got carried away for the sake of it, rather than trying to make the UI better for real reasons. [...]

    Pingback from Luckyspin.org » Blog Archive » WP 2.0 initial thoughts on January 6, 2006

  409. [...] Selain daripada itu, wordpress iaitu perisian yang saya gunakan untuk blog saya ini adalah versi terkini,Version 2.0 atau dikenali sebagai Duke Release. Versi kali ini lebih cute dan banyak kelebihan, terutama banyak bugs yang telah dibaiki. Untuk ketahui mengenai versi ini, sila ke sini: http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from SmartUsaha.Com » Blog Archive » Versi baru smartusaha.com on January 6, 2006

  410. [...] le 31 décembre 2005: WordPress 2.0 est sorti [...]

    Pingback from Gatellier.be » Blog Archive » Mise à jour perso de l’extension Firefox GOUP on January 6, 2006

  411. [...] Well, I’ve just upgraded to WordPress 2.0. The upgrade went smoothly and the admin interface is drastically improved. I haven’t played with it much yet but it looks like they’re continuing to do a fine job with it. [...]

    Pingback from beret.net » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 6, 2006

  412. [...] As I’m sure you already know, it seems a major WordPress upgrading season is upon us. [...]

    Pingback from All Day Permanent Red » Blog Archive » Scary PHP Monsters on January 6, 2006

  413. [...] I just upgraded Cartoons for Grown-Ups to use WordPress 2.0. (This site is still running 1.5.2; I plan to fix that this weekend.) [...]

    Pingback from Jay Andrew Allen: Blogging Tips and Tricks » WordPress 2.0 Rocks on January 6, 2006

  414. [...] WordPress (what this website runs on) has released a major upgrade. Major as in if I upgrade the website might not work. So I’m not sure when I’m gonna upgrade… because today being Friday and all doesn’t look like a good day to be messing around with all that stuff… [...]

    Pingback from Easy Does It University » WordPress Upgrade on January 6, 2006

  415. [...] WordPress, the software I use to run this site has just released a new version, WordPress 2.0. I’ll be upgrading the site sometime this weekend, and who knows what might happen. Don’t be alarmed if the site goes down for a little while, or looks a little funny. [...]

    Pingback from El Buzzard Enterprises » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 is Released on January 6, 2006

  416. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out. I haven’t tried it yet cause I’m waiting for my host to make it automagically available for me, but you can get it if you want. [...]

    Pingback from Not So Fast » Blog Archive » New and Improved on January 6, 2006

  417. [...] I was reading several comments on WordPress’ 2.0 release. Now when Justin was in town a few weeks ago, we kept an eye on the development, but really decided not to even think about upgrading since we thought it would break more things than fix. Reading the blogs about the 2.0 release and Slashdot’s coverage on this, I decided to go ahead and upgrade. You can’t really tell I’ve changed anything from the front-end of the blog (expect the categories, once that’s done with), but I can tell from the back-end and some of the internal performance issues I had with posting and trackbacking. So far, so good, and I really don’t think it’ll break anything, unless you do really funky stuff with your themes. [...]

    Pingback from Got A Little Sidetracked… at Animus Ex Machina on January 6, 2006

  418. [...] Actually testing WordPress 2.0, comments are welcome if some bug is found. [...]

    Pingback from ~Nacho/blog » WordPress update. on January 6, 2006

  419. [...] I’ve been working on a new look for NFS for a while now, and after liking the new theme I’d built, not liking it, liking it again, and then coming around to thinking it’s unoriginal, WordPress 2.0 came out. I think that’s the kick in the ass I need–this way I’ll finish building the theme around WP2, and that should be it. There are some other snags, such as trying to get Flash 8 integrated for video playback, but I can add that later; when it’s all said and done, there should be a lot more going on here than there is now. Well, maybe not “a lot.” Some. [...]

    Pingback from No Film School » The plan on January 6, 2006

  420. WordPress 2.0 Upgrade

    So far, so good Nice admin interface. It is exactly like wordpress.com. Akismet and db-backup plugins are included. I haven’t tried adding back any other plugins yet, or even checked to see which ones are compatible. Upgrade was almost trouble …

    Trackback from LB geeklog on January 6, 2006

  421. [...] I’ve been remiss in updating, but that will change soon. I did upgrade to WordPress 2.0, which makes me giddy in a somewhat unnatural way.   [...]

    Pingback from Shark Head Nachos » the rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated on January 6, 2006

  422. WordPress 2

    Developer Features
    On the backend we’ve done a ton of changes to clean up code, make things more consistent, and enable a lot of new types of applications to be built on top of WordPress.
    * User Level Options — You can now store options on a…

    Trackback from blog.timc3.com on January 7, 2006

  423. [...] It’s been awhile since I’ve changed anything on my site. Since 2.0 was recently released, I figured I’d give it a go. [...]

    Pingback from Teh Blarg » Blog Updated on January 7, 2006

  424. WordPress 2.0 released

    Soeben hab ich via svn ein paar Files aktualisiert, siehe da: WordPress 2.0 ist stable. Erhältlich ab sofort unter wordpress.org; die Seite wurde übrigens auch neu gestaltet…
    Das Update lohnt sich auf jeden Fall, unter der Haube (dh im Admin-Be…

    Trackback from green lemon [dot] org on January 7, 2006

  425. [...] Otherwise, I’ve not much to report. Decided to upgrade to WordPress 2, which was exceptionally uneventful, given I made backups of my blog vhost and DB, then rsynced the changes over and refreshed the admin panel. Even my plugins from 1.5 still work… [...]

    Pingback from Conall’s Blog » Blog Archive » New Year, New Beginning… on January 7, 2006

  426. [...] All in all, I still find WordPress to be incredible software…and I’m extremely appreciative of the amount of time and work the developers put into maintaining and improving WP. Most of all ~ I appreciate the low, low cost to me, the end user…zilch. [...]

    Pingback from ::creepi.gurl.(dot).com:: » Blog Archive » …and back again. on January 7, 2006

  427. [...] I’ve set this blog up using WordPress 2.0 (WP2) and a customized version of the Law-Blog Theme. I also added Christine Davis’s very cool Ultimate Tag Warrior Plugin (Version 2.9.1 for WP2) which is supplying my so-called “MEME POOL” in the middle column. [...]

    Pingback from Icarus Diving » WordPress 2 & Law-Blog Theme on January 7, 2006

  428. [...] I’ve set this blog up using WordPress 2.0 (WP2) and a customized version of the Law-Blog Theme. I also added Christine Davis’s very cool Ultimate Tag Warrior Plugin (Version 2.9.1 for WP2) which is supplying my so-called “MEME POOL” in the middle column. [...]

    Pingback from Icarus Diving » WordPress 2 & Law-Blog Theme on January 7, 2006

  429. [...] I’ve set this blog up using WordPress 2.0 (WP2) and a customized version of the Law-Blog Theme. I also added Christine Davis’s very cool Ultimate Tag Warrior Plugin (Version 2.9.1 for WP2) which is supplying my so-called “MEME POOL” in the middle column. [...]

    Pingback from Icarus Diving » WordPress 2 & Law-Blog Theme on January 7, 2006

  430. [...] I’ve set this blog up using WordPress 2.0 (WP2) and a customized version of the Law-Blog Theme. I also added Christine Davis’s very cool Ultimate Tag Warrior Plugin (Version 2.9.1 for WP2) which is supplying my so-called “MEME POOL” in the middle column. [...]

    Pingback from Icarus Diving » WordPress 2 & Law-Blog Theme on January 7, 2006

  431. [...] For those of you that use wordpress, if you haven’t had time or even heard that they have launched version 2.0, do yourself a favor and upgrade to the new version.  So far, it is a far superior program compared to it’s previous versions.  Many new features and the administration has many new upgrades that make things much easier. [...]

    Pingback from LinkWorth - Be Found Online » Blog Archive » WordPress Launches 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  432. [...] WordPress has lately released a new version. You can read more about here [...]

    Pingback from jakobskipper.dk - Jakob Skipper Nielsen » WordPress new version on January 7, 2006

  433. [...] I just upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and it went better than I thought. There are probably some errors all around, but I will gradually fix them. The themeswitcher plugin is a bit slow. It doesn’t switch the theme right away, only after reloading the page, but hey, at least it didn’t stop working alltogether. [...]

    Pingback from ::: Silent Dreams [Dot] Org ::: » Another Upgrade on January 7, 2006

  434. WordPress 2 Released

    WordPress 2 has been released.
    Download from: http://wordpress.org/download/
    New Features:
    Completely Redesigned Backend — The first thing you’ll notice when you login to your blog is the backend has been completely overhauled for both aestheti…

    Trackback from dotcomUNDERGROUND Blogs on January 7, 2006

  435. [...] bernabauer.com agora está turbinado pela versão 2.0 do WordPress. Para você não muda muita coisa, mas a nova versão trás alguns beneficios para o adminitrador (EU! EU! EU!). A interface de administração mudou e vários plugins deixaram de funcionar. Naturalmente já tratei de conseguir os plugins atualizados para a versão 2.0 e tudo deve estar ok. Algum ou outro plugin deve ainda estar em inglês em um o outro lugar, por isso qualquer problema, por favor me avise. [...]

    Pingback from bernabauer.com - WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  436. [...] offizielle release-note [...]

    Pingback from Amys Welt » WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  437. [...] ข้อมูลจาà¸? http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Freedom of Multimedia » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  438. [...] Just upgraded the blog to WordPress 2.0. I don’t think the frontend really looks any different, but the admin section sure has some cool features. I just barely finished setting WordPress up for swimmingpools.com (the new site isn’t live yet), but I think I may have to upgrade it for them, if only because the new WYSIWYG editor is so good. At first glance it appears far nicer than htmlArea, or at least the plugin that I installed for them that uses htmlArea. [...]

    Pingback from Geek Talk » Blog Archive » Welcome to WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  439. [...] I’ve set this blog up using WordPress 2.0 (WP2) and a customized version of the Law-Blog Theme. I also added Christine Davis’s very cool Ultimate Tag Warrior Plugin (Version 2.9.1 for WP2) which is supplying my so-called “MEME POOL” in the middle column. [...]

    Pingback from Icarus Diving » WordPress 2 with Law-Blog Theme on January 7, 2006

  440. [...] Hard to believe it’s been so long since I’ve written anything at all on the site, but life has definitley been busy and very, very good lately.  WordPress has grown into version 2.0 since my last posts, so I have taken the plunge and upgraded, and am so far, very very impressed with what I’ve seen.  This version is definitley wothy of the 2.0 versioning number as there are a number of improvements.  If you’re a current WordPress user, this is a must upgrade, and if you’re not yet using WordPress, well now is the time to start… [...]

    Pingback from Random thoughts, opinions, and what not » WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  441. [...] There doesn’t appear to be any changes in the front end – what you see when you come here – but there are quite a few in the back end, where I write my posts and manage all the details. I had hacked a few settings, mostly on the appearance of the interface, but so far it doesn’t look like I need to do it again. The immediate difference I see is that they’ve incorporated TinyMCE as the editor when you’re writing a post. I can’t say that I’m thriled about that; but then, I’ve only used TinyMCE before in Mambo, and its clunkiness may have been Mambo’s fault. Now that I’ve upgraded, I suppose I’ll have to actually go read the release notes to find out what underlying changes have been made. Most of my plugins worked under the new release, including my hacked UserOnline – which was rereleased for 2.0. I’m guessing my hacks prevented any failure, but I’m going to update that one anyway to get the benefit of the detecting registered users feature. I’m still working on my own version. My recently installed Text Control plugin didn’t seem to work, but then, when I tried using it recently, it wasn’t doing what I expected it to do, anyway. [...]

    Pingback from Ramblings » Blog Archive » Upgrade to WordPress 2.0 on January 7, 2006

  442. [...] Over the next few weeks I’ll be making a new header graphic, looking into a new WordPress theme to use for the site, and getting myself used to the new admin features of WP 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Gaming Blog Advance @ kma.me.uk » Blog Archive » Welcome to GBA on KMA on January 8, 2006

  443. [...] In the meantime I’ve had many things I’ve wanted to say and I’ve even drafted a few that I should now be willing to post. I’ve also upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and have Akismet working to protect me from comment-spam. [...]

    Pingback from skipandmadge » Blog Archive » Five Months on January 8, 2006

  444. [...] wurden umgesetzt. Weiteres findet der technisch versierte Freund dieser Software hier! Incoming Links (via Tecnorati):Nothing Reported   [...]

    Pingback from hanseatische befindlichkeiten » Duke ist da! on January 8, 2006

  445. [...] bezony, kerult ide wordpress 2.0, mert az állítólag jó. majd csekking keményen, elsősorban a belső felszínnél vannak változtatások, pl. okos kis WSIWYG editor, ami a végén még szar is lehet, de egyelőre tetszik :) Az újdonságokról itt. [...]

    Pingback from Dirty Sanchez » update on January 8, 2006

  446. [...] It’s finally out there on the last day of 2005 while I am busy setting up my FAlbum to get it work.http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Osmosis Blog » Blog Archive » Official Release of Word Press 2.0 on January 8, 2006

  447. [...] A couple of people have asked me about updating the http-authentication plugin for WordPress 2.0. I’ve made a first pass at updating it, thanks to Dustin Brewer who provided an initial patch. [...]

    Pingback from dwc’s Development Blog » Blog Archive » Updating http-authentication For WordPress 2.0 on January 8, 2006

  448. [...] For more information on this release, check out the WordPress 2 site [...]

    Pingback from BoxPH Blog Box » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 Codename “Duke” Released! on January 8, 2006

  449. [...] I’m upgrading my site to the new WordPress 2.0 “Duke” release. So far so good, but the site will be changing slightly over the next two days. [...]

    Pingback from Bear with me… at Joel Burslem on January 8, 2006

  450. [...] That was August; this is January. There are still issues. As you can see. At least I got it ported over to WordPress. Finally. (The Spouse fetched me a copy of the Book of Prefaces for Christmas. I still haven’t figured out how to do it. There’s a lesson in there, somewhere.) —And by the way, if you for whatever reason get into or have found yourself using WordPress, and have upgraded to “Duke,” and you do any sort coding yourself beyond just typing the entry straight into the little box provided, do yourself a favor? Fire up your dashboard, click on the Users tab, scroll down to Personal Options, and uncheck the “Use the visual rich editor when writing.” Otherwise, it will fuck your shit up. No lie. [...]

    Pingback from Long story; short pier. » Blog Archive » If I had a hammer, I’d do something about all these goddamn nails. on January 8, 2006

  451. [...] Papa heeft een nieuwe versie van mijn website geinstaleerd (WordPress 2.0) waardoor alles wat sneller en mooier werkt. Het enige wat nog niet werkt is de link naam mijn fotoalbum. Voorlopig kan je mijn fotoalbum hier vinden: [...]

    Pingback from » Blog Archive » Mijn fotoboek on January 8, 2006

  452. [...] Flickr ist gemein. Da will man ein viertes Photoset anlegen, und schon wollen die Kohle sehen, Dabei zahl ich ja schon Geld für einen Haufen Webspace. Also musste eine eigene Lösung her, zumal nach dem Update auf WordPress 2 auch die Flickr-Integration auf meinen Seiten nicht mehr sauber funktionierte. Gallery 2 ist so eine eigene Lösung. Läuft auf dem “eigenen” Server – und die Aufgabe war nun, dieses Bildergalerie-CMS in zwei Richtungen zu verknüpfen: [...]

    Pingback from gastauftritt.net » Blog Archive » WordPress, iPhoto und Gallery on January 8, 2006

  453. [...] As várias alterações podem ser vistas neste SITE. [...]

    Pingback from Ecoart Corais » Upgrade WordPress Blog 2.0 on January 8, 2006

  454. [...] WordPress终于放出2.0版本了,å?¬è¯´æ”¹è¿›ä¸?少,春节å‰?找时间å?‡çº§ä¸Šã€‚但是还是觉得1.5这ç§?直接写HTML的方å¼?比较习惯,WYSIWYG编辑器总是会把æº?ç ?改得乱七八糟,希望能够ä¿?留有直写HTML的功能。 [...]

    Pingback from Fwolf’s Blog » Blog Archive » 2005年已离去 on January 8, 2006

  455. [...] Ich habe gerade festgestellt, dass WordPress einen Versionssprung gemacht hat und inzwischen Version 2.0 aktuell ist. [...]

    Pingback from DenkZEIT » Blog Archive » Vorbereitungen für Update auf WordPress 2.0 on January 8, 2006

  456. [...] Here some of the details. – Posted in General by admin   [...]

    Pingback from Hyperspace Odyssey » WordPress 2.0 on January 8, 2006

  457. [...] “We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface.” Read More [...]

    Pingback from Johnbjr.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 “Dukeâ€? is released on January 8, 2006

  458. [...] To read more about this release. Please visit this site. [...]

    Pingback from birgers personal blog » WordPress 2.0 Released! on January 8, 2006

  459. [...] I updated to WordPress 2 last night – I am becoming a real geek. [...]

    Pingback from Barr Blog » Blog Archive » Updated! on January 8, 2006

  460. [...] I just upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and I’m not all that impressed with the results.  The WYSIWYG editor (that I was so excited to see included) does not work well. In fact, I couldn’t even get it to apply formatting in Firefox 1.5. I would highlight the text, click the bold button, and it would flash bold for a brief period before reverting back to non-bold. No idea why. Also, no way to format pictures (float right, for example) or browse images on the server before inserting them. I switched back to ChenPress, which is much more functional. [...]

    Pingback from Carlton Bale’s Blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0: Not worth the trouble on January 8, 2006

  461. [...] Urte berriarekin batera weblogak egiteko programarik onenetakoaren bertsio berria kaleratu da. WordPress-eko komunitateko garatzaileek azaltzen duten bezala, bertsio berri honek hobekuntza ugari dakartza. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress-Eu » WordPress 2.0 kalean on January 8, 2006

  462. [...] Da das neue Admin-Interface unter dem Punkt “Themes” nun einen Screenshot als Vorschau anbietet, hab ich diesen zum Relaxation-Paket hinzugefügt. Andere Probleme bei der Einrichtung dieses Themes unter WordPress 2.0 sind mir momentan nicht bekannt. Sollte aber jemandem etwas auffallen, bitte ich um Feedback. =) [...]

    Pingback from WordPress-Theme: Relaxation - Update - Jowra Weblog on January 9, 2006

  463. [...] Just finished upgrading this blog to WordPress’ new 2.0 release. After a few tense moments, the good old Thoughtful Preparations blog came back to life, upgraded and all. [...]

    Pingback from Thoughtful Preparations: Media Spin Blog » Duke! WordPress 2.0… on January 9, 2006

  464. [...] I need to digest the new functionality of Word Press 2.o, but looks like a lot of cool stuff. [...]

    Pingback from Ramblin’ Prose » Upgrade in my future; China in my present on January 9, 2006

  465. [...] Some of you might know already: WordPress 2 has been released. Because I run WordPress on several sites, and some of them more “critical” than this Blog, I will use this blog as “guinea pig” for WordPress 2. So this blog might be offline for some days in case anything breaks… [...]

    Pingback from !Unmovèd » Blog Archive » Upgrade Ahead on January 9, 2006

  466. [...] Ich habs endlich geschafft und heute den halben Nachmittag damit verbracht die Weblog-Software auf Version 2.0 upzudaten. Erstmal Datenbank sichern, dann ein Backup vom Webserver ziehen, alte WordPress-Dateien löschen, neue Dateien kopieren, dabei immer wieder FTP-Fehler bekommen, Upgrade aktivieren, Plugins die nicht funktionieren manuell löschen, Template anpassen, Plugins aktivieren und loslegen. [...]

    Pingback from vuenv » vuenv.de - jetzt mit WordPress 2.0 on January 9, 2006

  467. [...] Ich schließe mich der Fraktion an. Anstatt des Hacks verwende ich lieber das Plugin von bronski.net. Scheint mit meiner 1.5er Version zu funktionieren – wie es allerdings nach der Umstellung auf das neue WordPress 2.0 aussieht weiß ich nocht nicht… von JaBBa um 16:51 Uhr   [PermaLink] [...]

    Pingback from Subnetmask-WebLog » BlogArchiv » No-Nofollow on January 9, 2006

  468. [...] El anuncio de la nueva versión, así como las características que incluye esta nueva versión de WordPress, puede encontrarlas en la entrada WordPress 2, publicada por Matt. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 at MilMazz on January 9, 2006

  469. [...] Review: WordPress 2.0 Movable Type Import Tool Filed under: The Blog is Life — bhw @ 10:33 am Last week, a fellow Blogcritic, Mark Sahm, alerted the Blogcritics community that WordPress 2.0 (WP) had been released. I investigated the details and learned that 2.0 includes an improved import tool for Movable Type (MT) posts. [...]

    Pingback from Bitch Has *Word*»Blog Archive » Review: WordPress 2.0 Movable Type Import Tool on January 9, 2006

  470. [...] Things will look a little different around here for a while (and will never be exactly the same).  I upgraded to WordPress 2.0 and K2.  Once the theme is out of beta status and stable, then I will start customizing the layout. [...]

    Pingback from Site Upgrades at Transformatum on January 9, 2006

  471. [...] Above are some screenshots showing the new WYSIWYG write post page and the new administration interface and the new inline uploading which also demonstrates the drag and drop bits for the new writing pages. For matts post on WordPress 2.0 (”Duke”) goto the wordpress development blog. [...]

    Pingback from Jamie.OP-I.Net - Type Mismatch » Now with enriched wordpress 2.0 goodness on January 9, 2006

  472. [...] Optimus Keyboard, PS3 Development, and DEFCON Filed under: Main — By LordIcarus on January 9, 2006 @ 6:19 pm Sorry for the lengthy time delay in posting an update. I have been working on a new site design for Denial of Reality and hopefully it will be welcomed. I also am working on figuring out how I want to do the upgrade to WordPress 2.0. The holidays were eventful and also took a lot of my free time away from me. Expect the site to be changed greatly in the next few weeks. As for what’s been in the news that I’ve missed… It looks like Art. Lebedev Studios might be actually releasing the Optimus Keyboard that I mentioned a while ago. Looks like the launch date is February 2006, but this could also be just a date where they are going to release some information because the quote from the site is “Good Things Come in Small Packages. February 1, 2006.â€? This could mean they are releasing a few of them, or this could be just a small news update, we will see what happens over the next few weeks with this product. Apparently the PS3 isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There is a Developer named Josh Robinson who claims to have been working on PS3 development for over a year now, and he does not seem to be impressed. This to be honest makes me kind of happy just based on the fact that I have grown to hate Sony… and Blu-Ray. That is a different story though. Anyway, looks like development on the PS3 is way behind where it should be, and on a system that is supposed to be coming out this year, I wonder how they are going to manage to get next-gen games out at launch when the developers don’t have a finished next-gen development console. Finally what looks like it is going to be an amazing game is DEFCON. About two weeks ago I installed and played Darwinia for the first time and it was absolutely fantastic. I have to say that it really is just like the concept of Pikmin with a twist in the background story and characters, but it seems to be essentially the same exact type of game. Anyway, it is incredible, and the company that made it, Introversion Software, is coming out with another game called DEFCON. This game seems to be modeled after the “game,” Global Thermo-Nuclear War, that Mathew Broderick was playing in the 80’s movie War Games. Great Film by the way. With the kind of gameplay Introversion has put out with Darwinia, I hope they stay on task for DEFCON because if they do, it will be one of the best games around, plus it has some great nostalgia factors. “The only winning move is not to play. How about a nice game of chess?â€? [...]

    Pingback from Denial of Reality » Optimus Keyboard, PS3 Development, and DEFCON on January 9, 2006

  473. [...] A few touch ups went live this weekend: just some minor style tweaks I’ve been meaning to get to for a while. We’re also sporting the final release of WordPress 2.0, or “Duke” named after the imortal Duke Ellington. [...]

    Pingback from Crashpod » Blog Archive » State of the Pod, 1.9.2006 on January 10, 2006

  474. [...] WordPress 2 has just been released and looks to have some great features. After drooling over the feature list for about 30 seconds, I’m hanging out to get my blogs upgraded. It normally means cactus for my themes though which could be a problem… maybe I’m doing something wrong? [...]

    Pingback from Metamorphosis » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 Released on January 10, 2006

  475. [...] The upgrade seems to have gone just fine (here’s a link to help with upgrading, Kristen). I was happy with the non-WYSIWYG posting text area of earlier versions, so this flashier interface is going to take some getting used to. It also seems a bit slower than before. [...]

    Pingback from serialdeviant.org(y) » Upgrading to WordPress 2.0 on January 10, 2006

  476. [...] Looks like there’s a new version of WordPress out. The features look neat, too. I guess I should consider upgrading soon, even though it’s only been a few weeks since the last time I upgraded… [...]

    Pingback from malvasia bianca » wordpress 2 on January 10, 2006

  477. [...] Das Theme werde ich bei Fertigstellung, soll heissen wenn es auch für Aussenstehende leicht anzupassen ist, auch zum Download anbieten. Gleichzeitig habe ich WordPress auf Version 2 (Duke Release) aktualisiert, was einigermassen schneller läuft und netter aussieht. Zumindest im Adminbereich. [...]

    Pingback from bLOGJAMMIN’ » Blog Archive » Es ist vollbracht! The Final Redesign! on January 10, 2006

  478. [...] I’ve been sitting here for the last ten days, bored out of my brains in hospital (just kidding, I’ve actually been quite entertained between family, friends, computer, tennis, cricket, etc.), and there was a new version of WordPress the whole time! I had been considering — if not decided — that I was going to dump WordPress. I tend to do that. Get sick of it, and then want to change just for change’s sake. But now I think that I’ll stay. [...]

    Pingback from liam getreu » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 10, 2006

  479. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0. There are been many scare stories out and about of it being buggy and not ready for release yet, but I took the plunge and it appears to work great. I like the Admin panel changes and the new post WYSIWYG editor based on TinyMCE. [...]

    Pingback from Pogovor » Some Changes Around Here on January 10, 2006

  480. I upgraded

    I upgraded to WordPress 2.0. There should be no apparent differences.

    Trackback from Nothing to Say and Saying It Loudly on January 10, 2006

  481. [...] Baru upgrade ke WP 2.0 “Dukeâ€? neh,.. [...]

    Pingback from Albelly | .SlackbloG » Blog Archive » Heeheeeyyy on January 10, 2006

  482. [...] So I’m pretty impressed with WordPress 2.0 so far. It’s definitely gonna make things a lot easier on me, even though none of you will probably ever notice a difference. [...]

    Pingback from Stevish » Blog Archive » UNDER CONSTRUCTION on January 10, 2006

  483. [...] the WordPress Development Blog [...]

    Pingback from CSS 4 » WordPress 2.0 Released - is it worth upgrading yet? on January 10, 2006

  484. [...] Is it me I’m looking for? Ironic existentialist head-scratching aside, setting up this blog has been a lot easier than I imagined, thanks to Fantastico and an easy update to WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Voices in the Fog » Blog Archive » Hello? on January 10, 2006

  485. [...] Finally took the bull by its horns, and upgraded to WordPress 2.0. Everything is sailing smoothly, except for the Dashboard page, which never loads, resetting the HTTP connection instead. [...]

    Pingback from Upgraded to WordPress 2.0 » The R Zone on January 10, 2006

  486. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2. This was a satisfyingly painless process (so far) but please let me know if you find any problems at all with any part of the site. [...]

    Pingback from Gavin Ayling at GavPOLITICS » WordPress 2 on January 10, 2006

  487. [...] Blog je preživel nadgradnjo na WordPress 2.0. Ob tej priliki sem tudi izkljuÄ?il obvezno registracijo za komentiranje (ker je nadloga) in vkljuÄ?il protispamovski filter Akismet (ki je novi razliÄ?ici že priložen). Filter vzdržuje osrednjo bazo komentarjev, na podlagi ketere nove komentarje oznaÄ?uje kot spam ali ham. Če kak komentar klasificira narobe, se mu to da povedati, tako da se oÄ?itno uÄ?i. Bomo videli, kako se bo obnesel. Saj sem hotel namestiti enega od pluginov, ki obrazcu za komentiranje dodajo sliko, s katere je treba pravilno prepisati besedilo, da je komentar sprejet, ampak to žal ni enostavno. Nekateri tovrstni plugini zahtevajo popravljanje kode WordPressa, kar je neelegantno (Trencaspammers), drugi hoÄ?ejo, da je na strežniku nameÅ¡Ä?en dodaten softver, ki ga jaz nimam možnosti namestiti (SecureImage), tretji pa kar oboje (AuthImage). [...]

    Pingback from Krofovanje » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 10, 2006

  488. [...] I just upgraded this site to WordPress 2.0! So far it seems great. It has many new ajaxian features to the interface that make it somewhat slicker. It also has some cool looking new features like the ability to upload a file with a post, add custom tags to a post, password protect posts and an upgraded post preview pane. The upgrade was very easy to install, especially using this guide. I highly recommend moving to WordPress 2.0! [...]

    Pingback from cuckoobird » WordPress 2.0 on January 11, 2006

  489. [...] Saiu o WordPress 2. Pela lista de novos recursos, parece ser digna de uma versão major. [...]

    Pingback from Subterfúgios » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 11, 2006

  490. [...] Coincidentally, WordPress 2.0 was also recently released. WordPress is a nice enough weblog publishing engine. For me, the most important features were decent comments, useful permalinks, and a lot of canned templates so I didn’t have to torture myself any more than necessary with debugging random software. “It just works” was my mantra in choosing WordPress. [...]

    Pingback from bbum’s weblog-o-mat » Blog Archive » MarsEdit vs. PHP: dropping ‘class=’ from posts on January 11, 2006

  491. [...] It’s live. I updated this blog to WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from evilzenscientist :: thoughts » WordPress 2.0 on January 11, 2006

  492. [...] I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0. The process, although harder than it should be, was relatively painless. [...]

    Pingback from Gravity Well » Upgraded on January 11, 2006

  493. [...] http://wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Upgraded Blog to WordPress 2.0 » TheGeekster.net on January 11, 2006

  494. [...] Reckon I’ll soon upgrade to WordPress 2.0 and K2. Been a while since I did some blog geekery. [...]

    Pingback from the shaky kaiser » Blog Archive » little update on January 11, 2006

  495. [...] Morgen abend stelle ich erst einmal ein paar Bilder von Sylvester online. Und ich mache mich an das Update auf WordPress 2. [...]

    Pingback from bohn-o-mat » Verspätet ins neue Jahr on January 11, 2006

  496. [...] This is the problem with working with Public APIs. It’s great to get your hands on public data. And, you don’t have to maintain a dBase – but, if you control the data (this blog runs on mySql), you can control the problems. [...]

    Pingback from Forest and the Trees » Public APIs - Arghh on January 11, 2006

  497. [...] After having been with wordpress through 1.0, 1.2, 1.5, wordpress 2.0 is finally out. [...]

    Pingback from John Jonas Blog - Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 11, 2006

  498. [...] Tras la salida oficial de la versión 2 de WordPress y el comentario en minid acerca de UTF-8, he decidido convertir La maté por un Yogur a dicha codificación durante el proceso de actualización del CMS. [...]

    Pingback from La mate por un yogur » WordPress 2.0 y UTF-8 on January 11, 2006

  499. [...] I’ve updated the wordpress install to 2.0 which has a lot more features and seems to be better setup for permissions and what not. [...]

    Pingback from BioPerl » Site software updated on January 11, 2006

  500. [...] Alle, die wissen wollen, was es neues gibt, der sollte sich den Artikel bei wordpress.org anschauen.   [...]

    Pingback from /home/synex/blog » WordPress 2 on January 11, 2006

  501. [...] Read more [...]

    Pingback from CubeBlog » Blog Archive » blog update on January 11, 2006

  502. [...] Mi blog como el de algunos otr@s blogueros, ha sufrido el estar fuera de línea durante muchos largos períodos de tiempo desde finales de Diciembre 2005 hasta estos días. Todavía desconozco la razón. Pero desde que salió la actualización de WordPress 2.0 el 31 de Diciembre de 2005, estaba pendiente para actualizarme. Anoche logré hacerlo aprovechando que la página funcionaba y el servidor FTP se conectó sin problemas. [...]

    Pingback from El Especialista » Actualizado a WordPress 2.0 on January 11, 2006

  503. [...] I am attempting to move servers and upgrade to the new version of WordPress. The upgrade has gone fine on the new server, but the host is giving me a heck of a time migrating the domain name. Expect some down time. The mailing lists are still up! Filed under: News — [...]

    Pingback from Boise Code Camp » Moving Servers on January 11, 2006

  504. [...] Finally got the forum updated, and just realized that the WordPress-team has recently released v2.0 of their excellent blogsystem (code-name “Duke” – in honor of Duke Ellington, famous jazz-pianist and composer). Check it out here (and I’ll probably upgrade to v2.0 one of these days)… [...]

    Pingback from JaXbox’s modshop » Blog Archive » Forum has been updated - next up is the blog :P on January 11, 2006

  505. [...] The full list of WordPress 2.0 improvements is available online. The user interface is indeed a lot nicer, and I’m excited about the new photo posting capabilities, which should make that process much easier. Jaime’s sure to take advantage of it with her new Barbie blog (under construction this week, but the URL is already working). I’m not that interested in Barbies, but her blog is going to end up really cool with a lot of great photos and information, so even if you don’t collect them, you might want to check it out. [...]

    Pingback from i could say more » Blog Archive » Upgrades that you can and cannot see on January 11, 2006

  506. [...] I’m going to attempt to upgrade my blog from WordPress 1.5.2 to WordPress 2.0. The new upgrade was released 12 days ago and I don’t think anyone’s blog has blown up yet from the upgrade so I figure it must be bug-free… we’ll see. I’m praying that I don’t have to do much formatting after the upgrade, as navigating the mounds of CSS code to get my blog this far was painful enough. [...]

    Pingback from Blaqenedwyte Blog v2.0 » Blog Archive » Upgrading to WP2 on January 12, 2006

  507. [...] The highlights as listed at the WordPress 2.0 site are: [...]

    Pingback from Junyor & Company » Junyor & Company Upgrade on January 12, 2006

  508. [...] The highlights as listed at the WordPress 2.0 site are: [...]

    Pingback from Junyor & Company » Junyor & Company Upgrade on January 12, 2006

  509. [...] The highlights as listed at the WordPress 2.0 site are: [...]

    Pingback from Junyor & Company » Junyor & Company Upgrade on January 12, 2006

  510. [...] The highlights as listed at the WordPress 2.0 site are: [...]

    Pingback from Junyor & Company » Junyor & Company Upgrade on January 12, 2006

  511. [...] Also, XPress 2.0 based on WordPress 2.0 is ready for test [...]

    Pingback from Xoops Blog » The new logo for XOOPS on January 12, 2006

  512. [...] Niedawno pojawił się WordPress 2.0. Jest znacznie szybszy od poprzednich wersji (wysyłanie, edytowanie, oglądanie), wykorzystuje technologię AJAX i ma nowy panel admina. [...]

    Pingback from onjin.net » aktualizacja on January 12, 2006

  513. WordPress 2

    Für diejenigen unter euch die es noch nicht mitbekommen haben:
    Seit dem 31.12.2005 gibt es WordPress in der Version 2 und wartet mit vielen nützlichen Neuerungen und Verbesserungen auf.

    Der Verwaltungsbereich (Backend) ist vollkommen neu gestalte…

    Trackback from min-style | weblog on January 12, 2006

  514. [...] One of the new user features introduced in WordPress 2.0 is their new rich text editor which I no longer have the difficulties to be confused with their old fashion text editor which required codings. Apart from that, I don’t need to make myself troublesome anymore of typing out the class code to align the picture based on my preferences.Walau…there are just countless of improvements they did on this version. Check out their list of new features in WordPress 2.0 since I’m lazy to talk about every single one of them. Now life is just easier with this new interface. Thanks WordPress! [...]

    Pingback from Kenneth JJ’s Blog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 12, 2006

  515. [...] WordPress 2. [...]

    Pingback from It’s Equal but It’s Different » Blog Archive » Pois bem… on January 12, 2006

  516. [...] Ahoj tak je to tady, v tuto sobotu se pustím do upgradu na verzi 2.0. Ta nová verze vypadá dost slibně, tak doufám, že tam nebudou nějaké bugy a že mi to nerozhodí pluginy, který na týhle stránce používám. [...]

    Pingback from i l 2 t u r b u l e n c e on January 12, 2006

  517. WordPress 2.0

    Acabo de actualizar este blog a WordPress 2.0. Ya sé que dije que me iba a esperar, pero las ganas me han podido. Ahora veremos cuántas cosas se joden.
    Que Spam Karma 2 haya sacado una nueva versión que corregía algunas incompatibilidades también ha ay…

    Trackback from Las penas del Agente Smith on January 12, 2006

  518. [...] WordPress have released version 2.0 of their awesome blogging tool: “The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface.” You can grab your copy over at the WordPress download page. Alternatively, you can have a look at the comprehensive list of new features here. It’s pretty impressive and I’ve just finished upgrading to the latest version – it was so quick and easy. Other than that – sorry for the complete lack of updates in recent weeks – I promise I’ll have something new up for you soon! [...]

    Pingback from daniel-lim.co.uk » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 released on January 12, 2006

  519. [...] Ok, so I came here after nearly two weeks with at least half a dozen things I wanted to blog about, and an intention to start blogging a little more often this year (or at least now I’m back at uni). However, I discovered that WordPress 2.0 has just been released, so I’m off to upgrade and have a play. If everything goes pear-shaped I could be a while… [...]

    Pingback from tjwood: Tom Wood » off to play… on January 12, 2006

  520. [...] Never did find out what was preventing me from editing previous posts, though I think I had it narrowed down to my DB.  But, who cares?  It works again!  I upgraded to the new release of WordPress and tada, it works!  Very nice update too. I like the changes they’ve made! [...]

    Pingback from Wolfrage’s Ramblings » Yay, I can edit posts again! on January 12, 2006

  521. [...] I upgraded two WordPress sites to the latest version, one was running 1.5.2 and the other 1.2. The thing is that I was not impressed at all by the upgrade process and provided documentation. Here are the issues I ran into: [...]

    Pingback from mariuss’ weblog » WordPress Upgrade to 2.0 on January 12, 2006

  522. [...] Well, I’ve finally got around to updating this blog to WordPress 2 and this is the first post written in it. [...]

    Pingback from Simon Speight » WordPress upgraded on January 13, 2006

  523. [...] Sorry for this boring technie note… But I just upgraded the blog to WordPress 2.0. I (think I) put all the custom stuff back in place, so you should see no real difference from before — I’m the lucky one who gets all the benefits with easier management, WYSIWYG post authoring, and so on. If you see any problems, please add a comment below or let me know — thanks! [...]

    Pingback from Enlaces Ligeros » Blog Archive » Snazziness (for me, not for you) on January 13, 2006

  524. [...] Just upgraded to WordPress 2.0. All sorts of new bells and whistles behind the scenes. [...]

    Pingback from Epistemographer » Blog Archive » Fancy, fancy… on January 13, 2006

  525. [...] Not that anyone besides the authors of this blog care, but San Diego Blog was upgraded to Version 2.0 of WordPress tonight and it all appears to be working flawlessly. Please leave a comment if there are any issues. [...]

    Pingback from San Diego Blog » Blog Archive » Upgraded WP to 2.0 on January 13, 2006

  526. [...] Irgendwie is da ein Bug in meinem Theme, der ist mit der neuen WordPress Version auftritt: [...]

    Pingback from xchylde speakin but mostly writing » Blog Archive » Bughunt! on January 13, 2006

  527. [...] Sayangnya plugin Browser Sniff punya om Pri ngga bisa dipasang disini, berdasarkan keterangan yang gw dapet dari saudara Rendy *halah* plugin itu ngga kompatibel sama engine WordPress 2.0 yang gw pake sekarang ini, padahal kayaknya itu plugin keren banget buat dipasang disini hiks… Masih ada beberapa plugin lagi yang tadi udah di donlot dari WordPress Plugins Database tapi blom sempet diinstal, abis udah males duluan liat kodingnya, apalagi buat gw yang masih buta soal php hehehe… Misi selanjutnya masih tetep hunting plugins yang kira – kira keren dan gampang diinstal terus juga ngoprek templet *doh stdbgt* [...]

    Pingback from another story of life » Blog Archive » hujan lagi… on January 13, 2006

  528. [...] So far, I’m in love! I know it’s not really new, but I just updated today my WordPress installation to 2.0 today. Some of the new features in this version that I now know I can’t live without. [...]

    Pingback from The Howdy Kid » Testing WordPress 2 on January 13, 2006

  529. [...] The WordPress crew has made the 2.0 release – codenamed Duke after Duke Ellington – available, so I snapped up a download and did all the back-end stuff to keep things current. [...]

    Pingback from Ty Pierce - The Thinking Man’s Chimp » Blog Archive » Recently Updated to WordPress 2.0 on January 13, 2006

  530. [...] Read this article more about what’s new in WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Ocean Informatics » Upgrade to WordPress 2.0, Downgrade back to 1.5.2 on January 13, 2006

  531. [...] Ontem aproveitei a boleia do Cláudio Franco e com Automatix, actualizei o Firefox para a sua versão 1.5 e aproveitei para instalar o Performancing, um editor para weblogs. De uma cajadada «matei dois coelhos», já estava a passar-me com o editor do WordPress 2.0, assim pelo menos apartir do Toshiba, sempre posso criar as entradas no blogue, com mais qualidade. Tinha tentado o BloGTK, mas a aplicação rebenta quando a tento correr. Neste momento ainda não encontrei maneira de desactivar o editor WYSIWYG do WordPress é uma prioridade. Acho que foi um erro mudarem para este editor na administração do WordPress, não tarda há um plugin para mudar aquilo tudo. [...]

    Pingback from zone41 » Blog Archive » Uma partida do Blogger ou será on January 13, 2006

  532. [...] WebSanDiego posts posted to the mailing list now appear in the sidebar via the BDP RSS Aggregator, a GPL plugin for WordPress, which for this site was just upgraded to 2.0.  Holler if you have any questions or comments. [...]

    Pingback from WebSanDiego.org » Blog Archive » New aggregation of websandiego posts on January 14, 2006

  533. [...] The core part has been upgraded to WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from WordPress - XForge on January 14, 2006

  534. [...] As soon as I saw the announcement on my admin dashboard, I knew I had to get it. I upgraded my WordPress installation to the new version 2.0. With a minimum of fuss, I was able to have the site back up in running in mere minutes. I’ve also added a few gadgets, including the weather plugin you see to the right, and a mail form. I must say, I’m quite happy with the new version, as it seems to have fixed some oddities behind the scenes, and introduced some new admin toys. If you are running a WordPress blog, I highly suggest the upgrade. It’s worth it. – Posted in Thoughts, News by Brian Mayzure   [...]

    Pingback from Mayzure.com » Upgrade on January 14, 2006

  535. WordPress 2.0 released

    Diese Seite ist ja mit läuft ja mit dem Skript WordPress im Hintergrund. Im Moment in der Version 1.5.3. Inzwischen ist die Version 2.0 erschienen. Ich hatte leider noch keine Zeit um zu schauen, was für Änderungen Version 2.0 so mit sich bringt. Auf …

    Trackback from [DE] Xooyoo on January 14, 2006

  536. [...] upgrade?wp2wordpress.org?????matt????WYSIWYG???????????… [...]

    Pingback from wordpress 2 at Just.Ice on January 14, 2006

  537. [...] This morning I updated my blog to WordPress Version 2. The upgrade was easy, but you do need some basic website management skills, such as FTP and CPanel. The instructions were clear. [...]

    Pingback from What’s on Mike’s mind? » Blog Archive » WordPress Version 2 on January 14, 2006

  538. [...] nå er subhappy oppdatert til å kjøre wordpress 2.0. si ifra hvis dere oppdager noe galt som ikke er riktig. [...]

    Pingback from subhappy » Blog Archive » oppdatert on January 14, 2006

  539. [...] WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from Charn BloG » Arkisto » WordPress 2.0 on January 14, 2006

  540. [...] Upgraded site to WordPress 2.0. w00t! [...]

    Pingback from Origin of Storms - the blog project on January 14, 2006

  541. [...] Upgraded to WordPress 2.0 after testing installation and plugins on localhost. [ Sat, 14 Jan 2006 @ 15:58:01 | Updates ] No Comments Leave a comment [...]

    Pingback from ddhr.org - David Hosier on January 14, 2006

  542. [...] Switching to WordPress 2. Crossing fingers… [...]

    Pingback from MLL’s web site » WordPress V2 on January 15, 2006

  543. Site Update

    Just updated the site to WordPress 2.0 which was nice, the only annoying thing is I also had to update FAlbum which now means the CSS on this site isn’t valid as it was. However I’m keeping the button for now as I cba to remove it nor have …

    Trackback from The Idle Life of Giz on January 15, 2006

  544. [...] WordPress 2.0 has been released, so that means I can finally upgrade this blog. Expect a redesign in the coming month or two, plus hopefully a return to actually publishing content. [...]

    Pingback from Lack of Love on January 15, 2006

  545. [...] Mardi 3 janvier 2006 La version 2.0 de WordPress a été officiellement dévoilée le 31 décembre dernier (et officieusement le 27). Grâce à une équipe de traduction agrandie (Sébastien “z720â€? Erard a rejoint Myriam “FairWebâ€? Faulkner ), nous avons été en mesure de suivre de près les version béta, et de proposer le jour même de la sortie la version complète de WP2 en version française. [...]

    Pingback from ALGERIE PRO WEB CAFE » WordPress 2.0 disponible en français on January 15, 2006

  546. [...] test wordpress 2.0 leave comment [...]

    Pingback from the work.group is an aggregate form of labor, continuity, consumption, and expansion // at sisyphean . com on January 15, 2006

  547. WordPress 2 Upgrade

    I have just upgraded egovsergo.com to WordPress 2, the latest version of what I would say is the best blogging software out there. Please report any anomalies to me; you can reply to this post.
    Enjoy

    Trackback from Ego vs Ergo on January 16, 2006

  548. [...] WordPress just release version 2.0. The new version does not contain much in the way of new features but does contain a major overhaul to the backend. This should allow for some very impressive new plugins and will isolate the datalayer from the logic layers. [...]

    Pingback from shupe.ca » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 “Duke” Released on January 16, 2006

  549. [...] PHP support, mysql database, and lighttpd webserver were all installed and everything seemed ready to go. I wanted to install the latest WordPress version 2.0. The problem is the ebuild in gentoo is poorly managed and still remains to be updated. I am tired of waiting for an ebuild to install a php website so I decided to just install it manually myself. [...]

    Pingback from zero-blog » Major Changes Abound on January 16, 2006

  550. [...] I upgraded to WordPress 2.0 for this blog, and, since it’s now so easy to do, I imported the entries from my very short-lived Gone Suburban blog that I kept for a couple of months back in the fall of 2003 when I first moved to La Grange.  So if you’re interested, you can read my bitter rantings about being an unemployed suburbanite in her late 20s by going back a few pages or just going to the suburbia category.  (And incidentally, if anyone can tell me what all that weird warning crap at the top of the page is and/or how to get rid of it, I’d be grateful.  Leave a comment, e-mail lauracrossett at hailmail dot net or AIM theblackmolly.) [...]

    Pingback from ramblings » Blog Archive » Updates on January 16, 2006

  551. [...] how we can look like we’re really deep in thought for the camera. See, it worked. | RSS | Inlinks| [...]

    Pingback from » Not gone… but almost » Hopefully Meaningful Ramblings » Blog Archive » God didn’t call us to be successful. He called us to be faithful. - Mother Teresa on January 16, 2006

  552. Worpress 2.0

    Seit etwas längerer Zeit ist nun WordPress 2.0 verfügbar. Dies soll sich nun auch auf mein Blog auswirken und ich werde mal ein Update durchführen, wird schon schief gehen

    Trackback from myblog.gedan.net on January 16, 2006

  553. [...] On the last day of 2005, WordPress 2.0 dropped.  I believe I actually installed it a couple days before that.  I was at home, in Chipmonk, and I had some free time on my hands.  It was risky, considering that I was working with a dial-up connection and I often experience zero-notification incomplete FTP uploads, but I was in little A-Town, and I was antsy. [...]

    Pingback from DanPremo.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2 on January 16, 2006

  554. [...] WordPress is the engine powering this blog and WordPress 2.0 promises to be more streamlined with AJAX, plus better backend and other stuff too numerous to mention. Will be putting aside an evening to usher everything over soon. [...]

    Pingback from Simon Hammond » Blog Archive » a couple of version 2.0s on January 16, 2006

  555. [...] I discovered yesterday that the official “stable release” of WordPress 2.0 has been out for a few days and comes with some pretty nice features. For all you MoveableType users who don’t want to pay for updates or anything, WP 2.0 comes with an integrated function to help you import your MoveableType (as well as a few other blogging CMSs) over to WordPress. Hopefully today I’ll have some time to upgrade to the latest version of WordPress, then I’ll need to update the Kiwi theme I’m using, reinstate the customized things I’ve tweeked and then fix anything I’ve screwed up along the way. Expect crazy error messages and the like during this change. [...]

    Pingback from deguia.net - get ready. on January 16, 2006

  556. [...] wordpress.org/development/2005/12/wp2/ [...]

    Pingback from Eddie Adams’ Blog » Blog Archive » WordPress v2 on January 16, 2006

  557. [...] I’m also switched to the latest release of wordpress, and trying out the akismet spam filter.  So far, it’s looking very nice. Filed under: General — Jay @ 6:20 pm [...]

    Pingback from rishel.org » I’m Not Dead, Yet. on January 16, 2006

  558. [...] WordPress päivittyi tuossa uusimpaan versioon ja samalla ruokaohjeita tuli pari lisää. Blogia pukkaa sitten kun kiinnostaa tarpeeksi. Joulun aikana tuli myös pientä viilausta ulkoasuun. [...]

    Pingback from mumakil.ath.cx » Blog Archive » Päivitystä… on January 16, 2006

  559. [...] For those of you considering making the upgrade to WordPress version 2.0, my advice is to go ahead and do it. The main advantage, imho, of WPv2 over WPv1.5, which I’ve been using, is the WPv2’s default installation of two new plugins, Akismet 1.12 (an effective comment-spam blocker) and WordPress Database Backup 1.7 (a tool which enables and automates effective database backups). There are other backend changes which I see as more “window-dressing” than actual improvements, but that’s just me. [...]

    Pingback from Roscoe’s Excuse » Blog Archive » Thoughts on Yesterday’s Upgrade on January 17, 2006

  560. [...] Just in case you haven’t heard the news yet, WordPress 2.0 is out with an improved admin interface (really nifty!), you don’t have to wait for a long time when adding new posts (ping in the background), and a lot more! Download a copy now. [...]

    Pingback from SodaTonic.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 17, 2006

  561. [...] News — Administrator @ January 16, 2006 – 8:21 pm I’ve gone ahead and upgraded to WordPress 2. Looks like all the WordPress plugins I use work and I’m trying out the new anti-spam pluginthat’s included with version 2 (so far it’s working). [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2 on January 17, 2006

  562. [...] Aaron was kind enough to upgrade my blog to WordPress 2.0 along with his own.  I’m going to try and reorganize my blog as the organic method of creating categories as they occur to me has worked out suboptimally, and the default theme is a bit boring. My new tagline, Synthesys Computer Solutions Augmentation Research Center, is due to my new obsession with the book What the Dormouse Said: How the 60s Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer by John Markoff and Douglas Engelbart. [...]

    Pingback from michael schurter » Blog Archive » Augmented Blogging on January 17, 2006

  563. [...] Changelog of WordPress 2.0 “Duke” [...]

    Pingback from ..:: Let it out ! ::.. | WordPress 2.0 on January 17, 2006

  564. [...] WordPress 2.0 – Do I want to risk another upgrade fiasco? [...]

    Pingback from Fairweather Zealot » Blog Archive » Hire me. on January 17, 2006

  565. [...] Hmm. WordPress 2 is out. I prolly should upgrade… Maybe if I find a spare hour or two at the conference. Along with rewriting capread.c in perl, taking my LPIC-1 exams, completing my current Debian NM tasks, and entering the Hackfest, I’m sure I’ll get it done in my copious free time! ^_^ [...]

    Pingback from 文字馬鹿: A fool of words » Blog Archive » Once upon a time in California on January 17, 2006

  566. [...] WordPress upgrade coming Hey there posters. There’s a new version of WordPress out with some big improvements, especially around user levels/role, speed and usability. David and I will be evaluating and installing it in the next few weeks. Please let us know if you have any questions! [...]

    Pingback from Famous and nonfamous strangers » Blog Archive » WordPress upgrade coming on January 17, 2006

  567. [...] WordPress 2.0 en K2 zijn uit [...]

    Pingback from Pimmetje’s Pagina » Blog Archive » 3 dingen on January 17, 2006

  568. WordPress 2.0 Is Out

    Well I just check on the wordpress website and it seems they have release the next package of wordpress, WordPress 2.0. I was waiting out on doing any update on wordpress as the current version was stable enough for what I needed. But I am feeling lik…

    Trackback from NE[X]TRIX Blog on January 18, 2006

  569. [...] I set about writing a post this evening, and an hour and a half later find that instead I have upgraded to WordPress 2.0, leaving myself no time for a real post. Well, other than to announce the upgrade and say that I love the improvements on an already excellent piece of blogging software.  Soon enough I’ll have that iBook (or maybe Powerbook?) that I’ve set my eyes on and then I’ll be able to blog at will. Filed under: life Comments: [...]

    Pingback from The Riehl World » Upgraded to WP 2.0 on January 18, 2006

  570. Why I Won’t Be Upgrading Any Time Soon

    So, WordPress 2 is out. And there’s a 3-day old security advisory that isn’t even mentioned on the WordPress website.
    Enough said.
    Is there blogging software out there that does care about security?

    Trackback from Links on January 18, 2006

  571. [...] After a little research, I found the following: [...]

    Pingback from The Posting Problem on Macs… at ARMED 2 THE TEETH on January 18, 2006

  572. [...] As I’m on a roll, I’m about to upgrade it to WordPress 2.0 for laughs and grins. (Update: Done!) [...]

    Pingback from labtastic » labtastic website fixed on January 18, 2006

  573. [...] Gracias a Javi ya tenemos este blog con muchos apartados en castellano, la nueva versión de Word Press 2.0 y sobre todo, para mi, las pantallas de administración también en castellano. [...]

    Pingback from » Versión 2.0 de Word Press on January 19, 2006

  574. [...] About 2 weeks ago I upgraded to WordPress 2 and I’ve been loving it. The new AJAX-powered features admin interface and WYSIWYG editor are fantastic and definitely make the blogging experience more enjoyable. [...]

    Pingback from brad.touesnard.com » Upgraded to WordPress 2 on January 19, 2006

  575. [...] I still had blogging on the brain, so I upgraded the site to WordPress 2.0. Like the prior WordPress upgrade to 1.5.1, upgrading to 2.0 was a breeze. I took Matt Westervelt’s recommendation and just untarred the new copy over the old one. For a while, I have been automagically backing up my site, so what’s the worst that could happen, right? I haven’t had a chance to checkout all the nifty new features yet, but so far I like the changes to the admin pages, especially the (gag me with a spoon) Web 2.0-ish WYSIWIG posting tools. [...]

    Pingback from The Deliverator - Wannabee » Bored? WordPress 2.0 + Red Vines = Tasty Delicious on January 19, 2006

  576. [...] Although WordPress 2 is officially out, I don’t think I’m ready to upgrade as yet. I was reading a thread on the official site enquiring as to why people weren’t updating to the new version and most of them were similar to my reasoning. 2 is incompatible with the majority of my many plugins and half my main directory files are so far from the original code that I couldn’t even imagine to remember where I’ve changed things. [...]

    Pingback from shadowmuse on January 19, 2006

  577. [...] WordPress 2.0 was released at the end of last year, about three weeks ago. I have been playing with it the past few days and I like WordPress even more now than before. It is so easy to install and use. I hope to have WordPress 2.0 power my blog as soon as bugs, if any, related to major release like this are fixed. [...]

    Pingback from My Frivolous Logs » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 is Available on January 19, 2006

  578. WordPress 2.0 update

    Wow, ich bin echt erstaunt. So schnell und einfach habe ich schon lange nicht mehr eine Applikation aktualisieren dürfen.
    Ab heute läuft dieses Blog auf WordPress 2.0 und ich kann ruhigen Gewissens sagen, dass sich das Update echt gelohnt hat. Unter an…

    Trackback from Knalltütensuppe on January 19, 2006

  579. [...] If you are Drew, Matt, Teresa, Jeff, Danny or my mom, you may notice that the management side of your blog has changed quite a bit. I have taken the liberty of upgrading from WordPress 1.5.2 to version 2. The most notable difference is the writing interface, with actual live formatting of your posts (called WYSIWYG editing), which is pretty cool. There is also a file upload section right on the writing section, so if you think “Ooooh… I have a picture of the time when I wrote with permanent marker on that kid!” you can go right ahead and upload that. [...]

    Pingback from FrozenEmbryo » WordPress 2 “Duke” on January 19, 2006

  580. [...] frukt.pri.ee peal jookseb nüüd php 5.1.1 ja wordpress 2.0 ja paljud asjad on paremaks läinud. PHPsse on nüüd mysql moodul sisse kompileeritud (mitte enam dünaamiliselt laetav mysqli laiendus nagu enne) ja mysql paistab üsna normaalse kiirusega töötavat. GD teek (kõikvõimalikud manipulatsioonid graafikaga) on nüüd ka olemas; selle pärast ma üldse softi uuendamise ette võtsin. aga WP2 on küll mindblowing – admin-moodul on väga ilus ja mugav, tõesti hea töö. vt. ka WP2 release announcement. [...]

    Pingback from soft uuenes - wordpress 2.0, php 5.1.1 at blog.frukt.pri.ee on January 19, 2006

  581. [...] Since upgrading to WordPress 2.0 I’ve been impressed with an anti-spam plugin called Akismet that’s bundled with the software . It’s greatly reduced the amount of time I spend weeding through “Please Moderate” email notifications that turn out to be spam comments. When there’s no spam in the deletion queue a message about it being my lucky day is displayed. [...]

    Pingback from ryan::wentzel » No Luck Around Here on January 20, 2006

  582. [...] Atualizando o sistema do blog para a mais nova 2.0, mas ainda pensando se coloco ou não o “novo” layout que eu deveria ter lançado no começo do ano passado… Atrasado??? Que nada, só um pouco… =) Mas ainda com muito trabalho pela frente. Pelo pouco que usei dessa versão nova, já gostei bastante… Código mais organizado, administração mais usável, e claro, mais uma prova de que o WordPress vai longe. [...]

    Pingback from blog | alemonteiro.com » WordPress v.2.0 on January 20, 2006

  583. [...] Oh my goodness – the new WordPress 2.0 contains a lot of cool stuff and the upgrade from 1.5 took me a whooping 10 minutes    I really like the new AJAX based backend.  You now have WYSIWYG editing, you can add categories on the fly (like tagging in Flickr), inline uploading of media files with drag and drop functionality and the new preview function rox (it now automagicaly render your post with the stylesheet and theme you use on your site) I love it ! [...]

    Pingback from S u p e r s t u p i d » WordPress 2.0 Installed on January 21, 2006

  584. [...] Auch ich habe nun auf wordpress 2.0aktualisiert. Nachdem ich zuvor ein kurzes Backup aller Daten gemacht habe, war das Upgrade sehr schmerzlos. Ihr mögt vielleicht keine Änderung erkennen, dafür ich umso mehr =) Die Admin-Oberfläche sieht doch merklich anders aus. Mal gucken, was es so Neues gibt.. [...]

    Pingback from Life happens! » Blog Archive » Das neue Life happens! on January 21, 2006

  585. [...] WordPress 2 was released a the last new year’s eve revealing a much advanced and improved upon version of WP than before. This version does not only introduce new features, but makes some changes around that make the author’s life much easier. For a full list of all the features in this new version of the best publishing platform around, follow this link. [...]

    Pingback from Aarohi Johal | Upgrading to WordPress 2 on January 21, 2006

  586. [...] The upgrade is complete. KvM is now WordPress 2.0 powered.   [...]

    Pingback from Kennedy v. The Machine » KvM Administrative Note on January 22, 2006

  587. [...] Upgrade this site to WordPress 2.0 “Dukeâ€?Check! [...]

    Pingback from blog(foo); » New Year’s Resolutions on January 22, 2006

  588. [...] Next, I’ll work on upgrading this blog to WordPress 2. Then, I hope to work on integrating PmWiki and WordPress a little better, especially establishing a consistent look across both parts of the site. [...]

    Pingback from MineZone Blog » Blog Archive » Upgraded MineZone to PmWiki Version 2 on January 22, 2006

  589. [...] WordPress 2 successfully installed, and up & running as of today [...]

    Pingback from ::[ grayskullduggery ]:: » Website news - WordPress 2 on January 22, 2006

  590. Upgraded successfully to WordPress 2.0

    No problems encountered so far when upgrading from WordPress 1.5 to 2.0. I love the new admin theme! It makes better use of the screen in “Write Post”! The WYSIWYG editor is quite nice when creating simple posts. It seems like all installed…

    Trackback from Johan Känngård on January 24, 2006

  591. [...] I’ve just updated the blog to WordPress 2.0, and although it may not look any different on the front page, the back end admin funcitonality is at least 100 times better. Lots of DHTMLy AJAXy love going on, WYSIWYG editor for text, and the new admin panel is gorgeous to boot. I love it. Consider this my full endorsement. [...]

    Pingback from Bad System, No Biscuit » Updated to WordPress 2.0 on January 24, 2006

  592. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from gopalarathnam.com - WordPress 2.0 is out! on January 24, 2006

  593. [...] Gotta be the quietest major point version release in the history of software. Ever. Something that, in a just world, would only be said for a product which deserves it. Microsoft Bob, for example. The official memo finally went out. Lots of “here’s what you get with your purchase” details to be found. Also, it’s not 2.0 Budwig, as I hoped, but rather 2.0 Duke. As in Duke Ellington, who was born all the way back in 1899, on April 29th. Alrighty then… If you read this, you’ll see there was a connection between Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, which is what WordPress 1.5 was called. I guess there’s a logic here. [...]

    Pingback from guff » Hello? WordPress 2.0? Are you there? on January 24, 2006

  594. [...] Juste un petit mot pour dire que j’ai migré Stephog vers la version 2.0 de WordPress. [...]

    Pingback from Stephog » WordPress 2.0 on January 24, 2006

  595. [...] I have successfully upgraded my blog (with much frustration and repetition) from WordPress 1.5 to WordPress 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from I did it! at TheCurtis.org on January 24, 2006

  596. [...] You can read more about it at the wordpress site. [...]

    Pingback from Nalin’s Blog » Blog Archive » Blog’s software upgarded on January 24, 2006

  597. [...] Tonight I backed up my database and the entire site. The reason was simple. I wanted to upgrade my blog software to the next version of WordPress. It has been out for about a month now, but I’m just now getting around to it. It is a bit easier then I had expected. The hard part was just backing up things. [...]

    Pingback from Lewies Blog: Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 25, 2006

  598. [...] It’s possible that I’m going to migrate the blog, and save this problem for another day. But it’s derailed my effort to upgrade this word press installation to the brand shiny new 2.0 release. [...]

    Pingback from New Improved Plan Resonate » I Tried and Failed on January 25, 2006

  599. [...] now with wordpress 2.0! [...]

    Pingback from nick’s site » Blog Archive » site on January 25, 2006

  600. [...] where was i? uh, oh yeah. i remembered. furthermore, you may notice absolutely no changes to the website at all. and that would be according to plans. but let it be known that underneath this all runs wordpress 2.0. thank you to mr. hagedorn for emotional assistance in the upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from charlie deets on January 25, 2006

  601. [...] WordPress has released it’s new version: WordPress 2.0. One of the coolest features is that the text editor for writing posts is now WYSIWYG. That means I don’t have to write all my posts in html any more. [...]

    Pingback from Via Sequencia » WYSIWYG on January 25, 2006

  602. [...] so i’ve finally upgraded this site to wordpress 2.0 (wordpress, having nothing to do with newspapers in this context, is the thingy that runs this site). [...]

    Pingback from bombast.net blog » Blog Archive » wordpress 2.0 on January 25, 2006

  603. [...] Hey all. Just upgraded to the new WordPress 2.0, so if you see something amiss, please let me know. [...]

    Pingback from m13b - journal on January 25, 2006

  604. [...] I’m not a fan of Desperate Housewives, so I generally crank up the computer and do some weblog fiddling when it’s on. Last week, I took the plunge and upgraded Labtastic to WordPress 2.0, as it was badly broken anyway, and it seemed like a good starting point to explore this new release. [...]

    Pingback from Techie Musings » WordPress 2.0 on January 25, 2006

  605. [...] WordPress 2 The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Dukeâ€? release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. We’ve been working long and hard to bring you this release, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as we’e enjoyed working on it. In this release we’ve focused a tremendous amount on what we believe to be the core of blogging — the writing interface. Categories: Web … Tags: No Tags [...]

    Pingback from Ask Sim’ » WordPress v2.0 Released on January 26, 2006

  606. [...] WordPress 2.0 was released around a month ago, and in that timespan I’ve been dreading going through the process of upgrading. Not that I didn’t want to – there are a number of reasons why I wanted to move up, the most important of which is that from where I was at version 1.5 I would frequently run into odd plugin issues. [...]

    Pingback from rants.psychoticpineapples.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on January 26, 2006

  607. [...] iyi de oldu. wordpress‘imi yenilemiþ oldum. wp2 bu versiyonunda eskilerine nazaran daha bir fonksiyonel ve daha bir pratik geldi bana. [...]

    Pingback from kiþisel bi mevzu » Blog Archive » neyim varsa gitti! on January 26, 2006

  608. [...] Il 31 Dicembre 2005 Matt ha pubblicato una lista delle più importanti modifiche nonché un collegamento alla corposa lista di bugfix. [...]

    Pingback from MondoBlog.it - Il Network di blog liberi mono-tematici on January 27, 2006

  609. [...] Hooray! I’ve upgraded the CCG blog to WordPress version 2! [...]

    Pingback from Contextual Computing Group » Blog Archive » Upgraded blog! on January 27, 2006

  610. WordPress 2.0 verfügbar

    Na, wenn das kein tolles Weihnachtsgeschenk ist..
    Ich hab die Software gerade eingespielt, und bisher läuft es einwandfrei. Leider nicht mehr mit dem Blix Theme, aber das muss sowieso noch erst vollständig eingedeutscht werden.
    Auch ein paar PlugIns…

    Trackback from Appartement 402 on January 27, 2006

  611. [...] I figured it was about time to update to WordPress 2.0. Aside from having to update a few plugins along the way the upgrade went fine. To go along with the new version I thought it would be nice to try out a new look, a slightly modified version of WP-Andreas09. [...]

    Pingback from Joseph Scott’s Blog » Blog Archive » A New Version, A New Theme on January 28, 2006

  612. [...] The fine folks at WordPress graced the known blogosphere recently with their highly anticipated 2.0 release. Yep, and you’re looking at it right now! I know, it probably looks the same to you at the moment, but trust me.. under the hood, it’s beautiful. ;) [...]

    Pingback from ideastorm.com* » You’re soaking in it.. on January 28, 2006

  613. [...] 1. WordPress 2.0 [...]

    Pingback from tincho.de - your #1 blog against boredom » Blog Archive » [NEWS] WP 2.0 activated on January 29, 2006

  614. [...] Experimentei o WordPress 2.0 e fiquei agradavelmente surpreendido. Para além de um redesign e de um interface mais user-friendly, o sistema inclui agora um editor WYSIWYG que pode ser redimensionado como se fosse a janela de uma aplicação normal (basta clicar no canto e arrastar), permite criar novas categorias sem abandonar a página de escrita do post (a forma como é posível re-organizar o menu lateral arrastando as caixas é genial), permite fazer o upload de ficheiros e tem toda uma série de novidades que permitem um melhor blogging. [...]

    Pingback from ENGRENAGEM - Media e Tecnologia: blog sobre jornalismo, citizen journalism, blogosfera e novas tecnologias on January 29, 2006

  615. [...] Let me tell you about some interesting things. I saw that Malcom Gladwell had written an interesting long article on Rick Warren, Christian minister and author of the ‘purpose driven life‘ a book that I have read and that was most certainly ‘not for me’. More Adventurous by Rilo Kiley is a cracking album (and where the title comes from). emusic is actually rather good, who knew? There are prize nominated SF short stories available to read in many places. You could learn about the Development of the Genre Concept, then you can see how genres hamper the mobile internet, possibly almost as much as they hamper mass aceptance of SF as a ’serious’ medium. The discoverability of most of the new ajax features in WordPress 2.0 is approx 0. This doesn’t stop it being a cracking and very polished release, bonus tip, this is now a very good CMS to customise for making websites. TinyMCE is good work. This is just the sort of way designers of all stripes should be engaging with open source projects. The IBM Linux ad from a while back still inspires. As theses go design improv is quite a good one, I’d quite like to try this on a project. Although we seem to be able to get most of what he thinks it should add anyway. Just because it’s something I need to go back to every so often with everything I do a reminder that I’m always supposed to be designing for the sandbox. If people can’t enhance, customise and add value then you haven’t done it right (especially in mobile). Tom says that the territory will soon be the map, not totally sure I agree but he sure writes it nicely. In decades to come, I think the time will live in now will be understood as the moment that the real and the map started the final stages of a merging that has been going on for hundreds of years. In this future world, all of our discrete objects (physical or conceptual) will be annotatable, or linkable to, referencable. Each ‘thing’ will be built upon in non-physical dimensions of data. And that final process of merging must start with addressability. It must start with identifiers. And it’ll need individuals and collective projects and business and government to undertake taht work, because it’s the foundation of everything that follows. The true power of our technology will not reveal itself until we know what a ‘thing’ is. We will not be able to work with concepts until we have pointed at each new thing (and like Adam in the Bible, I guess) given it a unique identity. From birthing concept into language, we’re now moving from moving concept into data. This is an age of naming, it is an of age of pointing at things. [...]

    Pingback from nedrichards :: Nick Richards » The Talking Leads To Touching on January 30, 2006

  616. [...] Jeg har besluttet mig til ikke at opgradere til WordPress 2 før mit kalender-plugin er blevet kompatibel med den nye version. Det er simpelthen en essentiel del af min side, som bare skal virke før jeg vil opgradere! [...]

    Pingback from M-ALO’s Monologer » Blog Archive » Ingen WP2 opgradering foreløbig on January 31, 2006

  617. [...] After testing WordPress 2.0 on my test server, and also on a guinea pig user, i finally upgraded my site to the latest version of WordPress. There are a few things that i like about WP 2.0, one of them is image upgrade. It is so much easier to put an image in the blog now. I normally blog using Safari on my Powerbook but if i use Firefox instead, inserting an image in a blog is a simple matter of drag-and-drop. Upgrading to WP 2.0 is really not a big deal and all my WP 1.5 plugins are working fine. Related Posts: [...]

    Pingback from raining ktula » WordPress 2.0 on January 31, 2006

  618. [...] Leider musste ich heute Abend feststellen, dass die neue WordPress Version 2.0 offensichtlich kein Trackback oder Pingback kann. Das hindert mich zwar nich am bloggen, ist aber super ärgerlich, wenn man auf andere Seiten verweisen möchte! Und das ist wirklich kacke! [...]

    Pingback from Andreas Weblog » Blog Archive » Kein Trackback on January 31, 2006

  619. [...] Right after Xmas, WordPress 2.0 was released. My friend Stretch, fearing nothing on this planet, has already installed WP 2.0 and by golly, his blog hasn’t exploded yet. One day, maybe one day, I’ll get the nerve to try WP 2.0 and test it behind closed doors to see if my theme works with it or not. It is said that WordPress 2.0 is great with its added new features. We’ll see about that… maybe. [...]

    Pingback from MHC-in-the-box » WordPress 2.0 Themes contest on January 31, 2006

  620. [...] WordPress開発ブログより 好評を得ã?ŸWordPress 2.0.1ã?®ãƒªãƒªãƒ¼ã‚¹ã?‹ã‚‰ã?¡ã‚‡ã?†ã?©ã?²ã?¨æœˆã?Œã?Ÿã?¡ã?¾ã?—ã?Ÿã€‚é?ŽåŽ»ï¼”週間ã€?ç§?ã?Ÿã?¡ã?¯ãƒ•ã‚£ãƒ¼ãƒ‰ãƒ?ックã?«ã?—ã?£ã?‹ã‚Šã?¨è€³ã‚’傾ã?‘ã€?見ã?¤ã?‹ã?£ã?Ÿãƒ?グをã?™ã?¹ã?¦ä¿®æ­£ã?—ã€?様々ã?ªç’°å¢ƒä¸‹ã?§2.0ã?Œã?©ã?®ã‚ˆã?†ã?«ä½œå‹•ã?—ã?¦ã?„ã‚‹ã?®ã?‹ã‚’見ã?¦ã??ã?¾ã?—ã?Ÿã€‚ [...]

    Pingback from Standing Tall » WordPress 2.0.1 リリース on January 31, 2006

  621. [...] From the site : it’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from » WordPress 2.0.1 update released : Shoemoney Marketing Thoughts on January 31, 2006

  622. [...] New WordPress, Fresh-n-Hot On the heels of WordPress 2.0, 2.01 is out. 2.0 made a lot of backend and admin changes. 2.01 looks to be mostly bug fixes. Bloggeriffica! [...]

    Pingback from zbeba.com » Blog Archive » New WordPress, Fresh-n-Hot on February 1, 2006

  623. [...] WordPress Development Blog › 2.0.1 Release: It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. We’ve rolled up all the most important fixes into a 2.0.1 release, which is now available for download. All in all we’ve closed 114 bugs in the 2.0.1 release, which you’re welcome to check out if you’re curious about every fix. To summarize: [...]

    Pingback from Cd Chen’s webLog » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0.1 Release on February 1, 2006

  624. [...] 乱报将WORDPRESS更新到2.0.1 release It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from å?°åŒ—乱报 » 乱报 WORDPRESS 更新 on February 1, 2006

  625. [...] It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads.We’ve rolled up all the most important fixes into a 2.0.1 release, which is now available for download. Tags [...]

    Pingback from .. on February 1, 2006

  626. wordpress aktualisiert

    so. ich habe grade meine blog software, wordpress, auf auf version 2.0 gebracht. änderungen können hier nachgelesen werden.

    Trackback from blutigerschnee.de on February 1, 2006

  627. [...] It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.01 at ChrisNUX on February 1, 2006

  628. [...] Genau einen Monat nach dem Erscheinen von WordPress 2.0, hat das Team um Matt 114 Bugs gefixt und gestern nun die Version 2.0.1 zum Download angeboten. Unabhängig davon, daß WP 2.0 in meinen Augen zu unrecht ständig verissen wird, ist es beeindruckend, wie schnell derzeit am Projekt gearbeitet wird. Das ist – vor allem bei GPL-Software – keineswegs selbstverständlich. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0.1 - Jowra Weblog on February 1, 2006

  629. [...] WordPress, our favorite Blog software, has announced a new release of its software that cleans up a number of pesky bugs from their previous release. If you havent tried WordPress, now is the time to go get it.  You wont be disappointed. It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from Basics of Business Blogging » Blog Archive » WordPress New Release Available on February 1, 2006

  630. [...] If you use WordPress (like I do), you may well be interested to know that WordPress 2.0.1 was just released and is available for download. It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from Cheerful Curmudgeon » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0.1 Released on February 1, 2006

  631. WordPress 2.0

    Heute hab ich mir gedacht: »Was solls, wenn sich WordPress 2.0 weiter verzögert, installiere ich einfach den Release Candidate 3«. Tagsüber habe ich schön brav meine Datenbank gesichert und abends wollte ich dann umsteigen.
    Während ich also meine…

    Trackback from bensite.net on February 1, 2006

  632. [...] Well after the Christmas and New Years holidays I discovered that the good folks at WordPress had released the long awaited v2.0 of WordPress. The biggest feature I was looking forward to was the WYSIWYG editor – which I am happily utilizing right now. The new editor leverages TinyMCE. Thus far I have no serious complaints. I would have liked if the developers has made this editor available comments as well. In toherwords the comments interface is the same bland one. So, I shall probably look for a plugin to solve this inconvenence. [...]

    Pingback from The ePiC rAmblInGs of JustIsengard » Upgraded to WordPress v2.0 on February 1, 2006

  633. [...] I shall be upgrading to a copy of “Duke”. [...]

    Pingback from FatBusinessman.com : Gearing up on February 1, 2006

  634. De calentón: WP 2.0 ya instalado, claro

    Y si. Claro que no pude contenerme ni un par de días. Instalación de WordPress 2.0 (recién salida del horno) concluida exitosamente. A sabiendas que tendrá más agujeros que los programas Micro$oft; pero uno es así, y es imposible resistir el olorcito a…

    Trackback from GATTACA on February 2, 2006

  635. [...] 2.0.1 RELEASE It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from Web Pack » Blog Archive » 2.0.1 RELEASE on February 2, 2006

  636. [...] WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from ayn blog » Upgraded WordPress to 2.0.1 on February 2, 2006

  637. [...] МеÑ?Ñ?ц Ñ?пуÑ?тÑ? поÑ?ле выхода WordPress 2, разработчики разродилиÑ?ь новой верÑ?ией блога, пуÑ?кай и Ñ? добавлением вÑ?его лишь одной циферки в нумерации, зато Ñ? уÑ?транением 114 багов, включаÑ? один, каÑ?ающийÑ?Ñ? безопаÑ?ноÑ?ти. [...]

    Pingback from Thoughts » WordPress 2.0.1 on February 2, 2006

  638. [...] WordPress 2.0.1 Published February 3rd, 2006 in WeBlog It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads.  [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0.1 at CEO WeBlog on February 3, 2006

  639. [...] Tonight I saw that WordPress 2.0 had been released and I had had just enought beer to say to myself, “hey, I should upgrade!” If I hadn’t had the beer I would have known not to try it, but you know what, followed the instructions and was running WordPress 2.0 on my site in about 15 minutes. [...]

    Pingback from Mike’s Stuff » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 is here… on February 3, 2006

  640. WordPress 2

    WordPress 2 is out and cal is running it with no problems so far. The backend is real good looking and fast as anything, my only problem so far is the WYSIWYG editor.
    It’s nice and all, but like any WYSIWYG edior, I find it more of a pain to use …

    Trackback from caladein on February 3, 2006

  641. [...] WordPress updates to 2.0.1 Posted at 1:45 pm, February 3rd, 2006 by Daniel It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from daniel-lim.co.uk » Blog Archive » WordPress updates to 2.0.1 on February 3, 2006

  642. [...] Seiring dengan perkembangan WordPress 2.0. Konfigurasi file template (themes) juga ikut berubah. Template lama WP 1.5.2 tidak bisa digunakan begitu saja, diperlukan penyesuaian untuk dapat digunakan pada WP 2.0. Karena WP 2.0 ini masih sangat baru bagi sebagian besar pengguna WordPress, maka themes yang tersedia juga masih sangat sedikit. [...]

    Pingback from » wp20 theme by ~{Mendengarkan sepenuh hati}~ on February 3, 2006

  643. [...] 20th December 2005 The next release of WordPress is drawing near. Please help us shake out any last remaining bugs by downloading and testing the 2.0 Release Candidate. If all goes well, the Release Candidate will become 2.0 final. We’re almost there. Download, test, and head over to the Beta Forum to let us know if the Release Candidate is ready for prime time. Downloads taken down. Go get the real thing! You May Also Be Interested In: [...]

    Pingback from » 2.0 Release Candidate Mercedes on February 4, 2006

  644. WordPress 2.0

    Trackback from DOHC. on February 4, 2006

  645. WordPress 2

    Version 2.0 meiner Blogging Software, WordPress, ist die Tage herausgekommen.
    Ich werde es im Laufe der nächsten Tage/Wochen installieren. Das wird allerdings heißen, daß ich vermutlich das Backend für meinen Frankreich-Reisebericht neu schreiben muß.

    Trackback from Max... dearest of all my friends. on February 5, 2006

  646. [...] Also, if you are having problems, you are not crazy. This WP 2.0 was just launched in late December and there are bugs. In fact, they say that the WYSIWYG editor works %95 of the time. See this announcement. And the forums are active since this many people have already downloaded 2.0! [...]

    Pingback from Internet as Public Art » Blog Archive » For those of you having problems with runPHP + Carp on February 5, 2006

  647. [...] This post is under WordPress 2.0 and it appears that I am still on the air. So far, so good., as they say. I must say that I really like WordPress and have found it equal to or better than the product that I previously used which was Movable Type. [...]

    Pingback from Chiriqui Chatter » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 Is Now Active on Chiriqui Chatter on February 5, 2006

  648. [...] Lue kehittäjille näkyvistä uusista ominaisuuksista WordPress 2.0:n julkistusartikkelista. [...]

    Pingback from Suomenkielinen WordPress 2.0.1 - Kimmo Suominen on February 5, 2006

  649. [...] It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from myNothing » WordPress 2.0.1 Release on February 6, 2006

  650. WordPress 2.0 XMLRPC file upload is broken

    The file upload via XMLRPC doesn’t work in WordPress 2.0. But the fix is already out there: the fixes to tickets 3376 and 3378 fixed the problem for MarsEdit and me.
    Note that the uploads will be put into a year/month folder structure.

    Trackback from TyskJohan's random thoughts on February 6, 2006

  651. [...] WordPress 2.0.1 Released It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from Asep Saepul Hayat » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0.1 Released on February 8, 2006

  652. WordPress 2.0

    Just upgraded my website to WordPress 2.0. Wow, are these guys ever quick.� Very nicely laid out and tons of new features. Had to install a new Livejournal Crossposting plugin that should be working (that is, if you’re reading this on LJ ha)…

    Trackback from jevy's weblog on February 8, 2006

  653. [...] As explained here, the option to switch the editor on and off can be found in the Users -> Profile section (which is not where I would look, but OK). [...]

    Pingback from How To: Embed video in WordPress 2.0 at Jason Preston on February 12, 2006

  654. וורדרפס 2.0.1 בעברית

    בשעה טובה, ×?חרי ×?יחור גדול ובתו×? ציפיה מותחת, וורדפרס 2.0 בעברית מוכנה לשימוש. ×?×? תתייחסו ×?ליה יפה, הי×? תעשה ×?ת החיי×? ×¢×? הבלוג שלכ×? להרבה יותר…

    Trackback from Ran Yaniv Hartstein on February 12, 2006

  655. [...] More information regarding the update could be found here. [...]

    Pingback from rryan.wbbhost4u.com » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0! on February 14, 2006

  656. [...] to feel that it’s safe, then we’ll be upgrading to WordPress 2. It might be a while yet but when it happens, I think it’s going to make it much easier for people to get involved in posting. You might want to google around about it and see what’s going on. [...]

    Pingback from Whippleworld » Blog Archive » We waiting for our buddy Uzyn on February 15, 2006

  657. [...] Posted on “It’s been exactly one month since we released the well-received WordPress 2.0 release. In the past 4 weeks we’ve been listening closely to feedback, squashing bugs wherever we find them, and watching how 2.0 handled under different loads. [...]

    Pingback from Nuudelisoppa » WordPress 2.0.1 Released on February 16, 2006

  658. [...] We’ve upgraded! We’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0. If you’re just reading the site you shouldn’t notice too many changes, but authors will have many new features when posting. We’re hoping this will stem the tide of the recent comment spam, too.  If you have any problems, please let us know. [...]

    Pingback from Famous and nonfamous strangers » Blog Archive » We’ve upgraded! on February 20, 2006

  659. [...] I should really upgrade to WordPress 2… still running 1.5 at the moment. I’ve made so many customizations to the code, though, that it’s going to be a pain in the ass to migrate. [...]

    Pingback from Zen and the Art of Procrastination » WordPress 2 on February 21, 2006

  660. [...] On the very last day of 2005 WordPress 2.0 was released and gained immediate attention. Matt Mullenweg and his team put a lot of effort in a complete redesigned backend, bringing a smooth WYSIWYG editing experience to WordPress and assigning some AJAX to the admin interface. As usual bugs were located and fixed for the 2.0.1 release on Jan 31.By now even TXP users are impressed by WP. Some intend even to switch or, as Peter Flaschner did, switched already. Time to investigate the differences between TXP and WP. [...]

    Pingback from Elliott’s blog » Blog Archive » Textpattern versus WordPress on February 21, 2006

  661. [...] No vamos a detallar aquí más porque del tema se ha hablado mucho. Las mejoras implementadas están bien explicadas en el sitio de WordPress. Para actualizar a la nueva versión existe un excelente tutorial que explica paso a paso el proceso, el cual de todos modos es sumamente sencillo y rápido. [...]

    Pingback from Thuer.com.ar » Archivos » ¡Actualización a WordPress 2! on February 22, 2006

  662. [...] i upgraded the backend of the blog yesterday to to wordpress 2.0 even tho 2.0 came out over a month ago, i have three wordpress blogs currently, i upgraded 2 of them through my webhost and that was as easy as a few clicks, i upgraded this one manually and it was kind of a pain, however i must say i am loving the new wordpress, i wont geek out on all the new improvements but it is a lot more user friendly and oh so sexy under the hood. [...]

    Pingback from » wordpress 2.0 my new best friend on February 26, 2006

  663. WordPress 2 & K2 Beta Two

    I just updated my Blog with all new WordPress 2.0 and K2 beta Two. There’s lot of changes and improvements in both of them. So, i recommend everyone who is using WordPress and K2 , go and upgrade them. Enjoy

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    Trackback from Bharath Kumar on February 26, 2006

  664. [...] i’ve been wanting to upgrade my wp ever since they announce 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from b3 b0rn.. c0nf0rm, b3 si|3nt .. di3 » Blog Archive » 2.0.1 27 d ago and i am still on 1.5.2 on February 27, 2006

  665. WordPress 2.0 sucks

    I’m usually understanding when it comes to software and it’s limitations partially because I know how hard it can be to develop. Now, when you have a project as large and distributed as WordPress there’s no way you can excuse releasi…

    Trackback from rudeboy on February 28, 2006

  666. WordPress 2.0

    Só um post técnico: esse blog foi atualizado para o WordPress 2.0. Parece melhor. Vamos ver, habilitei umas coisinhas legais pra ver se continuo a receber milhões de spam. Ou não…
    A interface com certeza é muito mais bonita. Pena que ainda não …

    Trackback from ManéBlog on February 28, 2006

  667. Upgrading to WordPress 2.0

    Last night as I waited up for the New Year, I also upgraded my blog to WordPress 2.0. The upgrade itself went off without a hitch, and I am now giving it a test run with this post to see how it performs and what issues it fixes and what new issues it …

    Trackback from A Pilgrim's Digression on March 2, 2006

  668. [...] As my WordPress dashboard tells me, it’s been 63 days since the release of WordPress 2.0 and 31 days since 2.0.1. So I decided I should take some action. Plagued with insomnia tonight, I got going. And…? It went smooth as a baby’s bottom. Thanks to the great work of Ryan Boren, Matt Mullenweg and all the other people involved in pushing WP forward, the update was basically a matter of deleting the old files and uploading the new ones. Of course I went for a clean install of all the plugins I’m using, which meant some self-inflicted extra work. Even that was no big deal. At the moment I’ve installed the following plugins without a problem: [...]

    Pingback from Moving up to 2 at migrosch.de on March 4, 2006

  669. WordPress 2

    WordPress 2 wurde veröffentlicht. Dies geschah aber schon am 31.12.2005. Ich habe mein Blog heute upgedated.
    Alle, die wissen wollen, was es neues gibt, der sollte sich den Artikel bei wordpress.org anschauen.

    Trackback from /home/synex/blog on March 4, 2006

  670. [...] While working on the server I also upgraded the WordPress installation to the latest version. [...]

    Pingback from Sascha Goebels WebLog » Blog Archive » Better late than never on March 6, 2006

  671. [...] Installing and enabling the Wp-Cache plugin is the first thing an average wordpress user can do to help ease the load on the server, and thus avoid a slashdotting. You can get WP-cache here. But you may be asking yourself, “Self, I thought wordpress had ‘Built-in Caching‘… why do I need WP-Cache2?“ [...]

    Pingback from How to: Configure WP-Cache to abate ‘the digg effect’ at MaxPower on March 8, 2006

  672. [...] The official release version of WordPress 2.0 is now available for download and install/upgrade. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 final version released | How to Blog on March 8, 2006

  673. [...] estava testando a nova versão do WordPress (2.0) para ver as novas features que foram desenvolvidas, achei tão bom que resolvi montar esse site (pois odeio a palavra blog) pra colocar as coisas que leio, vejo, etc. [...]

    Pingback from Everything or nothing… » Primeiro post. on March 9, 2006

  674. Also, ich finde, das neue WordPress 2.0 sieht innen wie eine japanische Familienkutsche aus.

    …. und ausserdem ein wenig nach KDE. Irgendwie verspüre ich zum ersten mal das Bedürfnis, Graffiti auf meinem Bildschirm zu hinterlassen. Ansonsten war das Upgrade äusserst schmerzlos und auch die importierten Posts von Blogger, die mir zuvor…

    Trackback from AX-11 on March 10, 2006

  675. Passage à wordpress 2.0

    WordPress vient de finaliser la version 2.0 de son logiciel sur lequel est basé ce blog. La nouvelle version permet un meilleur contrôle du blog pour les auteurs, ainsi qu’une facilité accrue pour la personalisation de la présentation de l&#8…

    Trackback from x2b4 on March 12, 2006

  676. IS WORDPRESS FORKING?

    A few days ago, I came upon Ajay D’Souza’s guide for upgrading the security features on WordPress 1.5.x installations.

    I was a little surprised to find something like this. With the release of WP 2.0 (since upgraded a couple of times, to the curre…

    Trackback from Population Statistic on March 18, 2006

  677. Powered by WordPress 2.0

    I just did it. Took some time and people might have got some funny looking material in their news aggregators, but this blog is now proudly powered by WordPress 2.0.
    New features in WordPress 2.0? Well, it’s much faster than it’s predecesso…

    Trackback from bonAveo Journal on March 19, 2006

  678. [...] Nur der Form halber: Wir laufen jetzt auch auf WordPress 2.0. Nach einer schweren Geburt scheint jetzt alles zu klappen. Der Seite sieht man zwar erst mal nichts an, aber intern im Adminteil hat sich doch einiges getan. [...]

    Pingback from Sqpis World » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 on March 20, 2006

  679. Running WordPress 2.0

    It just took me less than half an hour to upgrade to WordPress 2.0, the latest version of the blogging software I’m using. I’m impressed with backwards compatibility. Unfortunately, the Textile plugin (which enables you to format text witho…

    Trackback from Danny's Blog on March 25, 2006

  680. [...] Powered by WordPress 2.0 Short technical note: although my web host provider doesn’t automatically upgrade existing WordPress blogs to WordPress 2.0, I managed to do it myself by downloading the latest distribution and uploading it manually to the site directories. [...]

    Pingback from Confessions of a Web Marketing Junkie » Blog Archive » Powered by WordPress 2.0 on March 27, 2006

  681. WordPress 2.0 “Duke”

    Akhirnya… yang ditunggu-tunggu sudah keluar… WordPress 2.0 “Duke” kemarin sudah diluncurkan. Sila liat kesini untuk keterangan lebih lanjut.
    Blog ini sendiri rencananya akan segera di upgrade ke WordPress 2.0.

    Trackback from Neural Net Log on March 29, 2006

  682. [...] December 31, 2005: WordPress 2.0 (see announcement) [...]

    Pingback from BlogsWeek » Blog Archive » Upcoming releases on April 4, 2006

  683. [...] مطالب فوق لیست بعضی از تغییرات انجام شده در وردپرس نسخه ۲.۰ میباشد که اگر با خواندن مطالب فوق هنوز هم راضی نشده اید این صفحه را ببینید. موفق و موید باشید. پست شده توسط admin نوشته شده در دسته بندی : وردپرس  [...]

    Pingback from 1irani » Blog Archive » همه چیز در مورد وردپرس 2 on April 6, 2006

  684. [...] WordPress 2. has been released. [...]

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  685. [...] Cuatro meses después de ser liberada, la última versión de WordPress supera ya el medio millón de descargas, según se puede ver en el contador en tiempo real habilitado en su página oficial. WordPress 2.0-Duke fue lanzado el 26 de diciembre de 2005, tras superar varias betas y cambiar de nombre a última hora (se anunciaba como WordPress 1.6). [...]

    Pingback from El blog de Juanjo » Blog Archive » WordPress 2.0 supera el medio millón de descargas on April 30, 2006

  686. Upgraded to WordPress 2.0

    Successfully upgraded to WordPress 2.0. This will allow me to make posts faster with better formatting. The backend is the main difference in this new version. This upgrade went smoothly and I apologize for the time the site was down. Thank you for…

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  687. [...] I’ve just upgraded from WP 1.5.3 to the latest version 2.0. I’m not technically proficient enough to understand the ins and outs of why portions of the new installation were coded as they were. There may be perfectly good reasons why the WP team chose to design a feature one way and not another. All I am doing here is describing how the features work for me and why I wish particular features could be tweaked for future versions. WordPress 2.0 screenshot [...]

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  688. Insomnia (Full Screen Edition)

    As a more conventional follow-up to his innovative thriller Memento, Christopher Nolan’s Insomnia offers ample proof that his skills are genuine. A superbly crafted remake of the 1997 Norwegian thriller, this moody police procedural is transplante…

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  689. [...] Also, while I was helping her set up the WordPress account and all that, it got me excited about updating my own blog to version 2.0.2, which looks like it has some neat new features. Emily is also much more adventurous than I have been with editing the code of the templates, so I may be experimenting a bit here on this site after being inspired by her… adventurousness. [...]

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  690. WordPress v.2.0

    Atualizando o sistema do blog para a mais nova 2.0, mas ainda pensando se coloco ou não o “novo” layout que eu deveria ter lançado no começo do ano passado… Atrasado??? Que nada, só um pouco… =) Mas ainda com muito trabalho …

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  691. WordPress 2.0 Upgrade

    Well – we decided to upgrade the site to a nice shiny new copy of WordPress. Overall the upgrade went great, or at least I thought it did. Assumed that if the main site and admin were coming up correctly, everything was great. Didn’t think to …

    Trackback from The Anti-Blogger on June 9, 2006

  692. [...] I’ll be upgrading Gazeglow.com to WordPress 2.0 sometime in the near future, as soon as I have the time to sit down and get my ducks in a row. I’m already using it here, and it’s a very nice upgrade indeed. They AJAXified a lot of the administrative interface, which makes it quite a lovely experience. [...]

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  693. [...] I’ve been sitting here for the last ten days, bored out of my brains in hospital (just kidding, I’ve actually been quite entertained between family, friends, computer, tennis, cricket, etc.), and there was a new version of WordPress the whole time! I had been considering — if not decided — that I was going to dump WordPress. I tend to do that. Get sick of it, and then want to change just for change’s sake. But now I think that I’ll stay. [...]

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  694. [...] read more | digg story [...]

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  695. [...] WordPress 2.0 is nu stabiel. Een van de bekendste weblog-tools heeft daarmee een volledig nieuwe release. Ik ga op korte termijn deze zeker nog in mijn ‘zandbak‘ plaatsen om te kijken hoe deze nieuwe release er uit ziet. Ik ben benieuwd. [...]

    Pingback from Maarten’s Place on the web » WordPress 2.0 on June 22, 2006

  696. [...] Note: I’ve decided to make this a WordPress 2.0-only plugin, as it takes advantage of the new WP_Roles class. [...]

    Pingback from finallyInsane » Home » WordPress Plugin: New Post Link on June 25, 2006

  697. [...] Development Blog ” WordPress 2 December 31, 2005. The WordPress community is very proud to present the next generation of WordPress to the world, our 2.0 “Duke” release, named in honor of jazz pianist and composer Duke Ellington. [...]

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  698. [...] Et voila que j’abandonné ma veille version de WordPress. Les nouvelles features sont Whouaaah (je sais, je débarque. J’étais en hivernation les 8 derniers mois), le seul regrète est qu’il faut que je migre les deux thèmes que j’avais fait. [...]

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  699. [...] WordPress ohjelmistosta on tullut uusi WordPress 2 versio. Ohjelman suomenkielinen versio on tällä hetkellä Kimmo Suomisella työn alla. Päivitysohjeet löytyvät WordPressin uusituilta sivuilta.:. [...]

    Pingback from idiotique.org » WordPress 2 on July 13, 2006

  700. [...] WordPress 2 support [...]

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  701. [...] Top 10 things I need to do 1. Try and figure out how to make the site a little more adsense friendly. Might have to learn more about wordpress. 2. Record the song that’s playing in my head. I have the intro, the kick ass main riff, and the outro, just nothing to link the bits and pieces together. 3. Finish Hunter: The Reckoning: Redeemer with my associate Bean Bag Boy. 4. Record Bean Bag Boys debut single. 5. Find or start another band. 6. Iron out the rusty tennis serve. 7. Watch last weeks episode of Battlestar Gallactica. Completed 8. Lose 9 more kilograms. 9. See Snakes on a Plane. 10. Think of 10 more top 10 things I need to do. Bookmark to:          Posted by swollenpickles on August 28th, 2006 [...]

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  702. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from My Weblog » Blog Archive » on August 30, 2006

  703. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from CROC’s Blog » Blog Archive » 文章測試 3 on September 14, 2006

  704. [...] The Dicontas blog site on uses WordPress 2.0.4 which is a fantasic blog tool.  No problems setting up and with a vast array of free plugins to do all the jobs you need.  This blog will be used to centralise news and issues surrounding email monitoring and email filtering within the business environment. Tags: blogs, wordpress [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 - the #1 free blog tool for the 21st C | Blogs on September 19, 2006

  705. [...] Descargar la nueva versión en formato .zip o .tar.gz o visitar la web oficial. [...]

    Pingback from Hola Mundo! » Blog Fapar. on September 27, 2006

  706. [...] I have tried many tools in the past few days, WordPress, Thingamablog, BlogJet, and of course the one I am using currently w.Blogger. I chose w.Blogger because it has an interface that is very similar to good old Microsoft Word.So you will not feel lost. [...]

    Pingback from Offline blogging « Manu Khanna’s Blog on October 2, 2006

  707. [...] En sólo cuatro meses, que son los que lleva de vida la última versión de WordPress, supera ya el medio millón de descargas, según se puede ver en el contador en tiempo real habilitado en su página oficial. WordPress 2.0-Duke fue lanzado el 26 de diciembre de 2005, tras superar varias betas y cambiar de nombre a última hora (se anunciaba como WordPress 1.6). [...]

    Pingback from El Blog de Woch :: WordPress 2.0 supera el medio millón de descargas :: April :: 2006 on October 9, 2006

  708. [...] WordPress has some very basic object caching, but you really need to be able to cache whole pages to see a big benefit. Luckily there is a very good page-caching plugin, WP-Cache. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress Tutorial: Using WP-Cache on Windows / IIS - Unsought Input on October 24, 2006

  709. Upgraded to WordPress 2.0

    Ideally, this means nothing to the viewers of The Radiant Star, but for the record, I have successfully upgraded the internal script that is used to run this site to a new version. WordPress is the most popular blogging platform and I have installed it…

    Trackback from The Radiant Star on October 28, 2006

  710. K12

    Schools using WordPress 2 for education

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  711. Ok what the ….

    WordPress 2.0 is out and going strong, You may have noticed their site has a new design and has changed quite a bit. They have also moved WordPress.org to a newer, faster server. They said there were a few issues with the move which is why they had hel…

    Trackback from The Boss on December 27, 2006

  712. [...] use, and ease of configuration in mind. You’ll need a working installation of WordPress (version 2.0 or 1.5), and also FTP or SFTP access to your web host. The ability to create cron jobs on your web [...]

    Pingback from Internet Marketing » Archives » WordPress Auto feed plugins on February 7, 2007

  713. [...] other news, under the hood of course, I moved the blog to WordPress 2.0. Upgrade was like a breeze. Kudos to WP [...]

    Pingback from Welcome 2006! on September 25, 2007

  714. [...] engine that runs it both received extreme makeovers. Grapefeed was redesigned; WordPress went up to version 2.0 from [...]

    Pingback from Starting Over, Yet Again | Grapefeed on October 18, 2007

  715. [...] WordPress 2 has been out for a couple of days now, and I chose to upgrade my blog to this brand new version. And…. all I can say is, WordPress 2 rocks! [...]

    Pingback from Hello 2006, Hello WordPress 2 » Arjun's Home on October 29, 2007

  716. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Denis Dean » Blog Archive » Why WordPress? on November 29, 2007

  717. [...] el día de hoy actualicé WordPress, el motor de este blog, a la versión 2.0 que salió recientemente. Esta versión trae una serie de mejoras interesantes, especialmente en el área de la escritura de [...]

    Pingback from GuerrillaPop » Blog Archive » Ya Estoy Corriendo WordPress 2 on January 17, 2008

  718. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Jer²oen » on February 26, 2008

  719. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Introduction to WordPress : Get Free! on April 3, 2008

  720. [...] ^ WordPress › Blog » WordPress 2 [...]

    Pingback from WordPress » Blog Archive » what is WordPress on April 19, 2008

  721. [...] Geld für einen Haufen Webspace. Also musste eine eigene Lösung her, zumal nach dem Update auf WordPress 2 auch die Flickr-Integration auf meinen Seiten nicht mehr sauber funktionierte. Gallery 2 ist so [...]

    Pingback from VolleBlende.de » Blog Archive » Testartikel zum VolleBlende.de-Blog on May 3, 2008

  722. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from About WordPress « Dhanilampung’s Weblog on May 14, 2008

  723. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Státní ústav popravních věd » Blog Archive » Lámání kolem on May 20, 2008

  724. [...] WordPress 2 [...]

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  725. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from about wordpress » Hello Pundit! on May 30, 2008

  726. [...] WordPress 2.0 is out, and I’ve just upgraded. If anything breaks, let me know. (First impressions: it’s slick.) [...]

    Pingback from (b)logophile › WP upgrade on June 13, 2008

  727. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress | WebsiteMaven.com on June 16, 2008

  728. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Hello world! on June 20, 2008

  729. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from tvojklik.com » Blog Archive » About WordPress on June 21, 2008

  730. [...] 2.0 is finally announced on WordPress official site. More information about the change in WordPress [...]

    Pingback from WordPress 2.0 « Blog | lesterchan.net on June 24, 2008

  731. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from Hello world! - WordPress on June 27, 2008

  732. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from » My first post Inforescent.com Blogs on June 27, 2008

  733. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress as a CMS-”A Little History” « Basanta Moharana on July 7, 2008

  734. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  735. [...] 31 de Diciembre de 2005, se anunció la salida de la versión 2.0, una versión muy innovador y que marcaba una cambio radical en el núcleo de WordPress, desde la [...]

    Pingback from La historia de WordPress hasta el día de hoy | aNieto2K on July 14, 2008

  736. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from pixel perfect - Hello world! on July 18, 2008

  737. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from About WordPress « REACH Outsourcing Center on July 21, 2008

  738. [...] also upgraded to WordPress 2.0, and in the process of redesigning the front page of nailchipper. I plan to to somehow incorporate [...]

    Pingback from Nailchipper » News, Updates and Changes on August 9, 2008

  739. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from About WordPress « H3ndrix’s Weblog on August 27, 2008

  740. [...] WordPress 2.0 (”Duke”) has been released so our blog will be down briefly (fingers crossed!) while it’s upgraded. [...]

    Pingback from Paul Henman - find me at henman.ca » Blog Archive » WordPress Upgrade on September 28, 2008

  741. [...] Comment on WordPress 2 by Nailchipper В» News, Updates and Changes [...]

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  742. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress Demonstration » Welocme to our WordPress Demonstartion website on October 7, 2008

  743. [...] January 2nd, 2006, 2:35 am by Mathias Happy New Year! I’m in the process of upgrading to WordPress 2.0. So far, I regret the decision. The List Manager doesn’t work anymore, so I’ve had to [...]

    Pingback from A Concurrent Affair » Blog Archive » Happy New Year on November 6, 2008

  744. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  745. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  746. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

    Pingback from WordPress - ContentService.org on January 18, 2009

  747. [...] что дальнейшее развитие WordPress предопределено. Вторая версия (31 декабря 2005 г.) ознаменовалась полностью [...]

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  748. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  749. [...] offizielle release-note [...]

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  750. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  751. [...] seems like the WordPress team considers that the Duke version is ready for the general public. I’ll try it on January, not to sure [...]

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  752. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  753. [...]       2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  754. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  755. [...] anyone that’s interested, the list of new features can be found here Posted by sheepeatingtaz on Thursday, December 29, 2005, at 7:37 pm. Filed under Computers, [...]

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  756. [...] anyone that’s interested, the list of new features can be found here Posted by sheepeatingtaz on Thursday, December 29, 2005, at 7:37 pm. Filed under Computers, [...]

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  757. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  758. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  759. [...] Comment on WordPress 2 by SEMUADA » About WordPress – 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic … [...]

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  760. [...] After rumors met silence from the WordPress.org site, an official announcement has finally been posted: WordPress 2.0 has been released. I haven’t yet tested it (though I trust WordPress, I wouldn’t dare upgrade before backing up my databases and WP folders), but I haven’t seen (substantial) reports of migration problems. WordPress 2 is named “Duke,” and documented upgrades include a WYSIWYG entry-writing interface (it’s about time!) and inline image uploading (it’s asbout time!). There is also some kind of Ajaxy-sounding drag-and-drop of interface elements. WordPress has done amazingly well to date, thanks largely to its (relative) ease of installation and operationsl quickness–both selling points when compared to Movable Type, in particular. The program’s geekiness, while appealing to many users, probably holds it back from more widespread use. The new WP2 features make it sound ready to rock in a bigger arena. Here is the announcement and download page. [...]

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  761. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  762. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automattic by several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  763. [...] 2005 was a very exciting year for WordPress, as it saw the release of our 1.5 version (introduced themes) which was downloaded over 900,000 times, the start of hosted service WordPress.com to expand WP’s reach, the founding of Automatticby several core members of the WP team, and finally the release of version 2.0. [...]

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  764. [...] anyone that’s interested, the list of new features can be found here Add post to: Comments No comments for this [...]

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