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  • Well, now that you have got quite a few new features added, and quite a few bugs fixed, I beleive a few things are needed to transition from b2 to WordPress.
    Go through and change the filenames to wp, rather than the current name of b2. To have half the files named b2, and the other half named wp seems weird to me. This would include directory names.
    Also, it would be nice to have some better documentation. For those of us that don’t want to use the default index, how about a list of the php variables, what they represent, and how to use them? Also, a better readme, with better installation instructions is severely needed. It will help keep support requests down a little.
    Also, how about some buttons? Like the “powered by b2” button. I would like the default 88×131.
    I would like to see all of this by the time the next major version comes out.

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  • A few ideas concerning the web site.
    I think it would be great to have a demo of the software on the site. This would be especially useful for someone wanting to determine whether an upgrade is necessary or not.
    Also, how about a blog list, similar to the one on cafelog.com

    Moderator Matt Mullenweg

    (@matt)

    Troublemaker

    As for buttons, there have been some cool ones made, and I’m going to make a page for the on the site shortly.
    A demo on the site would be a major pain, but I think the people at CMS software are setting up a demo for WordPress that’ll allow you to login and play around with the administration interface. I’ll link to this from the dev blog when it’s up.
    Blog list is something in the works.

    Great News! This software/site just keeps getting better and better. Congrats on the new .71 by the way. It’s a great improvement.

    Moderator Matt Mullenweg

    (@matt)

    Troublemaker

    Thank you very much Joshua. BTW there are buttons up at http://wordpress.org/about/buttons/ . If you liked .71 then you’re going to love .72.

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