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  • I just wanted to say “congratulations” and that I think “Strayhorn” is a much cooler name than the rumoured “Arlen”.

    Is there a history of WP version names somewhere?

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  • Mark (podz)

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    According to my archive of files:
    1.0.1 – miles
    1.0.2 – blakey
    1.2 – mingus

    No names other than those afaik.
    The surnames, interestingly, are all ‘zip’ 🙂

    Hey, both are cool in their own way! But I will admit that “Strayhorn,” removed from its context, does carry a certain funky quality.

    A history of WordPress versions can be found here:

    http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_versions

    It doesn’t currently make reference to the nicks (making a note to slip them in). Beyond what podz has, anyone know if they go back any further?

    I mean, Harold Arlen is great but not really jazz. Billy Strayhorn is jazz.

    I wonder when we’ll get to “Armstrong”.

    Mark (podz)

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    wordpress-071-gold.zip
    wordpress-072-RC1.zip
    wordpress-072-beta-1.zip
    wordpress-1.0-RC1.zip
    wordpress-1.0-platinum.zip
    wordpress-1.0.1-RC1.zip
    wordpress-1.0.1-miles.zip
    wordpress-1.0.2-blakey.zip
    wordpress-1.0.2.zip
    wordpress-1.2-RC1.zip
    wordpress-1.2-RC2.zip
    wordpress-1.2-beta.zip
    wordpress-1.2-delta.zip
    wordpress-1.2-mingus.zip
    wordpress-1.2.1.zip
    wordpress-1.2.2.zip

    Looks like it started with 1.0.1, then. (Well, I guess gold and platinum count as version names, but not of the same sort.) Thanks podz.

    Let us not forget that there was once a nightly build entitled “moose”!

    Mark (podz)

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    /me remembers that build fondly …..

    Named for Bull Moose Jackson, no doubt.

    LOL…nope named for Nuclear Moose.

    😉

    Did I just shamelessly plug my own site? BAD MOOSE!

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