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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

WordPress 1.5 “Strayhorn” is Out.

Filed under: — Carthik @ 1:46 pm

Get ready to upgrade to “Strayhorn“, WordPress 1.5. Released at around 01:24 (UTC) on Feb 15th, Strayhorn is named after the legendary Billy Strayhorn.

There are changes too numerous to list in a sentence, and you have to upgrade to see the beauty, elegance and simplicity. Change is challenging, but very rewarding.

Let the word spread!

5 Comments

  1. WordPress 1.5 ‘Strayhorn’ released
    As the title says WordPress 1.5 “Strayhorn” is now officially available for download with stacks of good features. Wordpress now ships with the Michael Hellemann’s Kubrick Template. Good on you Matt and your enthusiastic team and Mic…

    Trackback by Karmakars.com — 2/15/2005 @ 5:03 pm

  2. Strayhorn. Apparently.

    So, WordPress 1.5 is now official. Apparently known as Strayhorn… which is not a comment on a certain pending Seattle release :-) At least according to Photo Matt. I’ve got this running on nightlies from about a week or two ago, so hopefully th…

    Trackback by clurrcache online — 2/16/2005 @ 6:16 am

  3. WP 1.5 official?
    So Wordpress, the backend to this blog, released a new long awaited version. im currently using the beta from a few nights ago, so i wont upgrade for a week or so.

    if you guys are interested in starting a blog, wordpress is the way to go….

    Trackback by PseudoBlog — 2/16/2005 @ 1:47 pm

  4. I am in love with WP 1.5! It really rocks.

    But I can’t figure out why the WP Dev Blog is so coy about it. There’s a post about upgrade parties but it never says that the release will or did happen! I only figured it out by wandering to the download page.

    Comment by Ruby Sinreich — 2/16/2005 @ 2:04 pm

  5. Will replace old PHPNUKE site. Out with the old and in with the new. BTW, can we make the installation longer? I hate finishing early.

    Comment by mark mason — 2/16/2005 @ 6:10 pm

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