WordPress 2.7

There’s been a lot of noise after the 2.7 beta release and I really liked the First Look at WordPress 2.7 article by Weblog Tools Collection. So I’m really looking forward to upgrade. I’m currently running 2.6.3 and my WordPress keeps yelling for 2.6.5 upgrade, but I think I’ll stay to 2.6.3 cause it seems pretty stable, unlike 2.6.2 where I had some problems setting up WP-Cache and the WP Super Cache plugins.

As far as I know a WordPress 2.7 Release Candidate 1 is out today, but that still doesn’t encourage me to upgrade my current blogs, though I might find some free time to play with it locally. And I’m also thinking about trying out Typepad. It’s not that I don’t like WordPress. WordPress is great, I love it and I doubt that I’ll replace it with anything, ever. But Typepad seems okay too, so I just want to check it out, give it a couple of test shots, and try to get a design layed out for Typepad. Hell knows, maybe it’s great ;)

Yeah, and Windows Live Writer has Typepad integration too! I know lots of people that use Typepad. Yes, it’s expensive (unlike WordPress) but I’m sure it’s worthed.

About the author

Konstantin Kovshenin

WordPress Core Contributor, ex-Automattician, public speaker and consultant, enjoying life in Moscow. I blog about tech, WordPress and DevOps.