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Wordpress developer previews new version in RP
« on: September 23, 2008, 09:34:11 AM »
By Alexander Villafania
First Posted 16:30:00 09/07/2008

MANILA, Philippines - The latest version of the popular open-source blog site Wordpress was revealed for the first time during a blog convention in the Philippines Saturday.

Wordpress founding developer lead Matthew Mullenweg gave a demonstration of Wordpress version 2.7, codenamed "Crazy Horse," to about 350 Filipino bloggers at the WordCamp 2008 Philippines, which is the first WordCamp event in Southeast Asia.

The new Wordpress has drag-and-drop action allowing users to easily move plug-ins to other sections of a page. There are also more user-friendly plug-in install updates, as well as an updated sticky post.

Although Wordpress 2.7 is live, Mullenweg said in an interview that it is currently in alpha testing but will be ready for launch in November this year.

Wordpress 2.7 will precede version 2.6.1, which was launched only last August.

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Wordpress developer previews new version in RP
« on: September 23, 2008, 09:34:11 AM »

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