The primary launch candidate (RC1) for WordPress 3.1 is now out there.
An RC comes after the beta interval and earlier than closing launch. Which means we expect we’re performed. We presently don’t have any identified points or bugs to squash. However with tens of tens of millions of customers, a wide range of configurations, and hundreds of plugins, it’s potential we’ve missed one thing. So in case you haven’t examined WordPress 3.1 but, now’s the time! Please although, not in your reside web site until you’re further adventurous.
Issues to bear in mind:
- With nearly 700 tickets closed, there are tons of adjustments. Plugin and theme authors, please check your plugins and themes now, in order that if there’s a compatibility concern, we will determine it out earlier than the ultimate launch.
- Customers are additionally inspired to check issues out. For those who discover issues, let your plugin/theme authors know to allow them to work out the trigger.
- If any identified points crop up, you’ll be capable to find them here.
In case you are testing the discharge candidate and suppose you’ve discovered a bug, there are a couple of methods to tell us:
We released WordPress 3.1 Beta 1 on Thanksgiving, so it’s solely becoming that the discharge candidate comes as a Christmas current. Pleased holidays and joyful testing!
For those who’d wish to know which levers to drag in your testing, check out a list of features in our Beta 1 publish.