We are inviting all Trust Level 2 users and above to vote in the Management Committee Elections taking place right now. The vote is open from December 2nd 12:00 pm to December 9th 12:00 pm. Vote Here If the link above takes you to a 404 page that means you have not yet met the […]
How to install ClassicPress using Installatron Thanks to the tireless work of Tim Hughes, with more than a little help from James Nylen, we are able to bring you joyous news. And it is something that is surely one step forward for ClassicPress. Installatron has decided to support ClassicPress in their popular auto-installer. Installatron makes […]
It is that time of year for closure, and that means a lot of looking back and forward. Many people are already doing their personal reflections and reviews of 2019. We are moving into the future, and in 2020, something entirely new is going to happen for the project. For the first time, the committee […]
Just over one year ago ClassicPress was started by Scott. Today, we have ClassicPress V1 out in the wild, are working hard towards V2, and are continuing to see our community grow. With the one year mark we are excited to announce a new website for ClassicPress.
ClassicPress has, and always will be, a community-led project. My goal from the outset was to create a structure where democracy rules and no single person could change the direction of ClassicPress without oversight and checks and balances.
Since ClassicPress began in August of 2018, our all-volunteer team has worked hard to bring ClassicPress to you. Today, we are pleased to announce the first official, stable release of ClassicPress: version 1.0.0, codenamed Aurora.
Testing is critical during the RC phase – if we have any new bugs in ClassicPress 1.0.0-rc2, we need to know now so that we can get them fixed before the final release! Otherwise, the final release will be out on Tuesday, March 5.
Today we’re excited to announce the release of ClassicPress 1.0.0-rc1, available immediately. We have now left the “beta” release stage, and we are one step closer to a full, stable release that will serve as our foundation for many more future releases.
This month, we will celebrate six months together as an organization. It’s been a very busy six months! In addition to preparing for the launch of ClassicPress v1, we have been laying a firm foundation within the organization that will serve us well as we grow.
One of the most common support questions we get lately is regarding choosing languages in fresh installs of ClassicPress, and we hear you! Let’s break down how we got here, how you can help and what you can do if you want to use an untranslated language.