Warning

By Shamus
on Jan 23, 2007
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Upgrading to WordPress 2.1 right now. Pardon if the place blows up or stops working for a bit.

LATER: Done. That was a little hairy. I didn’t realize what a big leap that was going to be. Lots of new files all over the place, a database upgrade, different admin pages. I guess I should have read the readme first. (Although I DID do a backup. I may be reckless but I’m not a fool.) Still, it was pretty painless as far as these things go.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to poke around in the upgraded admin pages and push all of the new buttons. Whee.

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  1. Thanks for being our guinea pig. We’ll be watching closely to see if you blow up. ;-)

  2. RodeoClown says:

    While you’re playing with those config settings, can you change your RSS feed to full-text?

    Pretty please?

  3. Rask says:

    I second the full text RSS feed (although if there are missing pictures, I’d still have to come over here anyway).

  4. Deoxy says:

    “push all the nw buttons”

    Watch out for th “Do not push this EVER (no, not even then)” button.

  5. Telas says:

    “Well, that was close. Now let’s push all the buttons.”

    Sounds remarkably similar to, “Y’all hold my beer and watch this.”

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