ClassicPress has chosen Zulip as an open-source chat replacement for Slack. If you’re a Slack member, there is important information you should be aware of.
ClassicPress 1.6.0 is out. It’s the last minor release before version 2.0.
ClassicPress v2.0 nightly is available for testing and is based on WordPress v6.2. There is no block editor (Gutenberg) or Full Site Editing (FSE). Help us test it.
A quick update about ClassicPress Initiative’s financial health and version 2.0.
The ClassicPress Initiative removed William Patton from the board of directors and appointed Benjamin Lu as a new board of directors member.
Share your story, what’s the reason you chose ClassicPress over WordPress? We need to help outsiders understand how ClassicPress helps its users.
After a lot of hard work, a lot of testing, and many cups of coffee and tea went into releasing v1.5.0, which brings full support for PHP 8.0.
Help test ClassicPress v1.5.0-RC1 with PHP 8.0 and report all issues. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Learn what the ClassicPress team has been up to over the last few months, including security release, GitHub issue templates, plugin directory, and more.
Two weeks ago we launched a fundraising campaign to help ClassicPress with operating expenses. Our goal is $1200/year or $100/month. In two weeks, 15 financial contributors helped raise 76% ($906) of our budget goal. This includes our first official sponsor – Brinkman IT. THANK YOU, EVERYONE! Now, we’re only $294 short of reaching our budget […]