WordPress is ready for next release

WordPress 3.1 RC1 Released

Here comes the Christmas gift from WordPress. WordPress released its 3.1 RC1 version. RC stands for “Release Candidate”. RC is an indication that product is ready for final launch. It is released after Beta version and before Final Launch. So now you can start waiting for the final release of WordPress 3.1.

WordPress 3.1 was in testing phase since months and today you can download the WordPress 3.1 RC1 version on your blog. WordPress 3.1 includes lots of useful features.

Here are few things which WordPress team has suggested to keep in mind:

  • With nearly 700 tickets closed, there are tons of changes. Plugin and theme authors, please test your plugins and themes now, so that if there is a compatibility issue, we can figure it out before the final release.
  • Users are also encouraged to test things out. If you find problems, let your plugin/theme authors know so they can figure out the cause.
  • If any known issues crop up, you’ll be able to find them here.

You can check out more details and download link on official WordPress blog, As always recommended, please don’t download the WordPress 3.1 RC1 version on your live blog. If you find any bugs, you can report it on WordPress forum, WP testers or WordPress Trac.

So, give WordPress 3.1 RC1 a try and do let us know your feedback.

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