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 youâ€™ve been seriously blogging for any bit of time at all, youâ€™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, Iâ€™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.