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WordPress 2.0.6 upgrade

Just upgraded to WordPress 2.0.6, and all seems to have gone well!

As ever, it was as simple as merging the new files over the old ones and running the upgrade script! Well, and applying my custom error message hack (if anything goes wrong you see a friendlier message than the default), but that’s my hack and not part of WordPress.

If anyone does notice any problems though, let me know somehow.

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  1. Huw wrote:

    Did you do Fosswire? I’ve done Gizbuzz, and am quite happy to do FW as well.

    Unfortunately we can’t get to it at the moment anyway (all blogs on my dreamhost account are down. thanks dreamhost!)

    I want the next version of WP to come out now – it’s not that i’m frustrated by a lack of features, I just want more coolness!

    Saturday, January 6, 2007 at 19:16 | Permalink |
  2. Peter wrote:

    I haven’t done FOSSwire – in fact for some reason it’s still running 2.0.4. If you could do it then that would be great.

    (For some reason as well, WordPress didn’t email notify me about this comment, which makes me think even more that something is wrong with this hosting arrangement. In case you didn’t hear about this, it keeps attempting to make me download zero-length files instead of parsing the PHP a lot of the time – especially during backups).

    Sunday, January 7, 2007 at 19:25 | Permalink |

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