Lloyd Budd of Automattic recently posted about who does what in terms of WordPress development. He describes the community as “priceless,” but provides a best estimate for the dollar worth of WordPress 2.2: just under a million $US. Lloyd confirms that 2.3 will include tagging.
On WordPress podcast 25, Aaron Brazell estimates “end of summer” for the release of 2.3. As I type this, Aaron is ranting, with some justification I think, about the lack of organization of the impending WordCamp in San Francisco. Now Charles is steering him toward calmer waters…
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Thanks for writing about my post!
Tagging in 2.3 is about as certain as any forward looking assertion can be 😉
WordPress 2.3 <a href=”http://wordpress.org/about/roadmap/” rel=”nofollow”>release is planned for</a> September 20, 2007 .
WordCamp: Matt joined the discussion at http://www.litwc.com/2007/06/07/where-is-the-wordcamp-2007-information-blasts/ and says “it’s coming together” and I am sure registration will be enabled and the 411 will be shared ASAP.
Lloyd, thanks for returning the favor!
Tagging in 2.4… you mean 2.3, right?
Gah, sorry about that, the numbers often blur. I trust you don’t mind that I have corrected it above.
No problem with your correcting it in the original comment, Lloyd.