WordPress 2.7 was released on the evening of December 10th, as you probably know. Interestingly, it was the first time that Twitter alerted me to the finalization of a WordPress release, rather than other means, such as the Dashboard.
WP 2.7 seems to be the quickest-adopted release that I’ve seen so far. People pounced on it the moment it came out, and a few people who have previously been a little cautious in updating have jumped right in and upgraded.
Are you running 2.7 yet? Please take a moment to answer the poll below, if you’re a WordPress user. (You will have to click through if you’re reading this in an RSS aggregator.)
Have you upgraded to WordPress 2.7 yet?
- Yes (67%, 22 Votes)
- I've been planning on doing it, but I've been busy... (21%, 7 Votes)
- No (9%, 3 Votes)
- No, I'm still waiting for a plugin to be updated (3%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 33
I updated Webmaster-Source to 2.7 within an hour of it’s release, and I have beeen slowly working on upgrading my other installations. So far I like it. The new admin is great, though a couple things bother me about it. I don’t like the change of “Manage Posts,” to “Edit Posts,” for example. It’s a minor annoyance, but it just doesn’t sound as good.
Also, if you’re a user of WP125 or GoCodes, be sure to update them, along with any other plugins you have installed, when you upgrade.