Posts Tagged ‘plugins’
I got word that the WordPress plugin directory now supports changelogs. This is great news for users, since they can now know what’s different in the new releases, right on the plugin directory site or even in their WordPress admin areas.
When I release the upcoming updates of Simpler CSS and Simpler iPaper, I will be sure to incorporate a changelog into the readme, but I will not be adding the changes from releases earlier than Simpler iPaper 1.1 and Simpler CSS 0.2b.
Not too long ago, WordPress 2.8 was released.
In any case, updated versions will be released within the week. However, I am debating whether to update it to
Tested up to: 2.8 or
Tested up to: 2.9-rare, which is the version string used in the Subversion trunk as of June 18. We’ll see.
Addendum: Simpler iPaper will still be compatible with older versions as it moves forward. Simpler CSS will still be compatible with only 2.7 and up.
The Simpler iPaper plugin is listed on the WordPress plugin directory. On the plugin directory, users can always download the latest version of the plugin, read installation instructions, and rate the plugin.