1.5 Strayhorn released!

WordPress 1.5 is now final. The development team has called it “Strayhorn”, named after jazz legend Billy Strayhorn.

In addition, Podz has finally releasedUpgrading 1.2 to 1.5“. It says I helped. I tried it out and was able to upgrade smoothly. Thanks to him for writing it up, because I wouldn’t know how to get here in the first place. He’s the man!

MtDewVirus has done a review of WordPress 1.5 already. Wow! He just came from 1.3-alpha, so he was really impressed. I’m on it now, and I’m just glad things are stable. It was really simple to upgrade, but I was coming from a 1.5-gamma release. I think in general, you should be fine. For Andy and Pete who use WordPress for their class blog (to keep their students informed), I’ll upgrade theirs as well soon enough this week. I think they’ll be stoked, too.

Upgrade. Do it – now. (Thanks Chris, you were the first one that I saw post this.)

Update: Hmm…Gerd Riesselmann won’t upgrade. Too late, I already have. What now?

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

4 thoughts on “1.5 Strayhorn released!”

  1. Doh! I seem to have been a bit behind with this news. I finally put a post up about it on my blog, but I totally missed the boat! Been so busy lately, as such I won’t be upgrading for a little while longer.

    Well, at least someone isn’t upgrading -that way I won’t be the last one to!

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