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WordPress 2.0

Aaron Brazell, who does a great job over at Technosailor did a fantastic post for Problogger defining the 10 Things You Should Know About WordPress 2.0.

We’re currently running at version 1.5, supporting better spam guards and the ability to recognize podcasts. WP 2.0 looks even more promising.

Yep, WordPress is getting a mighty upgrade and I’m so dying to see what it will resemble in the next few days.

WordPress? WTF if that?

If you’ve been seriously blogging for any bit of time at all, you’ve heard of the juggernaut that is WordPress. WordPress, of course, is the most popular self-hosted blogging platform utilized by independent writers. The official launch of WordPress 2.0 is upon us and, no doubt, the blogosphere will be buzzing about its launch. As a tester of the product since the early days of the WordPress 2.0 alpha builds, I’ve watched, participated and even assisted in the development of this software.

From what Aaron writes, it seems that WordPress 2.0 is turning into a drag-and dropping, community-building, anti-spam shooting, CMS generating monster that will truly benefit bloggers of every stock.

Oh crap, this is such a technical post. I doubt you got this far into the post with a smile still on your face.

Oops. I did it again.


By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

3 replies on “WordPress 2.0”

I’ll be testing the new version of WordPress within the next week (just downloading the whole database first before I begin).

Along with WordPress, Drupal (a popular CMS application) is also getting set for the release of a new version. It’s on beta 2 now.

Finally, phpBB 2.0.19 has also been released just a couple days before the end of 2005. 😀

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