Internet Explorer 8 beta had been testing for quite a long time and now Release Candidate 1 is open to public.It’s seen to be as an important way for Microsoft to raise share of the market against FireFox and Safari.It features the following functions:
WordPress Release Candidate 1 was released on 1st of Dec and now my blog had clothed it.It was announced that 280 commits have been polished and a new admin UI introduced.However,the bug I met is still undone.
I think the final version of 2.7 will come within 1 week.I hope at that time more issues can be solved so that I could run it much comfortable.If your guys want to try it in advance,you can download it here and install to your server.All are minutes’ work.
I just upgraded into WordPress 2.3 RC1 which should be very close to final release version.If you’re the people who want to try the latest features or help to figure out some bugs,you can upgrade your platform now.
The below content is from official blog:
The first release candidate for WordPress 2.3 is now available. WeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve spent the week since beta 3 fixing bugs and shaping RC1 into release candidate material. If you would like try RC1 and help us get 2.3 ready for its final release on Monday the 24th, download RC1 here and report any bugs you find. Although we consider this release candidate to be stable, keep in mind that this is still pre-release software. You may find some lingering bugs. Please back up your database before upgrading. If you have problems with RC1, you will not be able to revert back to your previous release without a database backup.
And a big thanks to those of you who have been testing the betas and now the RC. Your efforts make 2.3 better for everyone.
Let’s enjoy the moving for your blog Ã‚Â from WordPress!