We are pleased to announce that we have formed a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under United States law to promote and support the ClassicPress project. The organization is called The ClassicPress Initiative. The purpose of The ClassicPress Initiative is to: Promote the usage and development of the open source project known as ClassicPress through activities including but […]
ClassicPress Slack Handle: Tim Kaye ClassicPress Forum Handle: timkaye Social media handles: I’m on LinkedIn, but otherwise I don’t do social media: I’m on the web enough as it is, and so much of social media is just nasty. Website: https://timkaye.org Where in the world are you located? I’m British, but I live in Florida, […]
Since our August development update, work has continued on the upcoming ClassicPress version 1.1.0 – see the previous post for more details. At our last Core development meeting this past Thursday, discussion was centered around the tasks left to do. Based on our progress so far, we set an updated release date of Thursday, September 19, […]
ClassicPress 1.0.2 is a security release to match the security changes in WordPress versions 5.2.3 and 4.9.11. It is available now. This is best thought of as a “defense in depth” update. The vulnerabilities fixed here are not enough to let attackers into your site by themselves, but it is still a good idea to make sure your […]
As we near our first birthday as an organization, ClassicPress is finalizing work on version 1.1.0 to make sure it represents the stability and quality that our users love. Read on for more details.
I am Full Stack Developer but working mainly with web stuff and sysadmin right now. My friend Eugenio and I started a web agency four years ago called Codeat. We develop sites mainly using WordPress and also develop premium plugins.
We’ve just released ClassicPress 1.0.1, a security release. We recommend that you update your site(s) as soon as possible. ClassicPress 1.0.1 is a security release to match the security changes in WordPress 5.1.1 and 4.9.10 (both released today). It is available now.
I am a translator and web designer. I like to define myself as an adventurer because I learn best by trial and error while I make things. I live by Confucio’s motto: “Do what you like as a job and you won’t work a single day of your life”.
On our “About” page, Scott Bowler explains it best: “ClassicPress styles itself as a community-led fork of the WordPress content management system. We want to get back to basics and focus on open dialogue and democratic decisions.”
A river is an interesting study of progress in life and business. It starts with a trickle and gathers momentum, winding its way around obstacles. It forges ahead, sometimes moving quickly and at other times it appears to not be moving at all.