New Features

Since the merge of WordPress and WordPress MU, WordPress has supported running multiple WP networks in the same WP install. This site has been part of a multi-network install for more than two years. In WordPress, the networks are almost completely separated. The only thing...

Coming up in 3.1 is the additional of the admin bar, similar to the one that runs on Wordpress.com. Actually, it's more than similar, they really did just pull it from wp.com and clean it up a bit. While I think it would drive me nuts...

Ryan had the idea, I mused aloud it seemed like it made sense to me, and coming up in the next version of WordPress, everyone who has set up multisite will have the Super admin menu shuffled off into its own area called Network Admin. [caption...

WordPressMU 2.7.1 has just been released, and with it a few interesting new features. First off, in the Site Admin -> Options menu, you can now choose to have new subscribers with no blog, get attached to a specific blog. They have been attached to the...

If you have been running WorPress MU for a while, you may not have seen some of the recent additions to values defined in wp-config.php. For single site WPMU installs, as of 2.6.1, you can save a couple of database and/or internal cache lookups by...

Earlier this week, WordPressMU 2.7 was officially released, and the crowds rejoiced and broke out into song. There's a whole pile of new things, and if you can't remember what was new for regular WordPress 2.7, here's a brief list: brand new admin area redesign with...

WordPressMU 2.7 isn't out yet*, but Ron & I have been running the trunk both locally and on a small site in development. A handy new feature is built right in. Before, if a user wanted to add another user to their blog, they had to...

Whoa, I can't believe I overlooked this news. (Actually, yes I can - Ron was sick, my "baby" turned eight years old, and now I'm sick). BuddyPress officially released a public beta. You can hear everyone's buddy Andy discuss the project on WordPress Weekly. And then BBPress...

As an addendum to this post, there's a few extra tables in WPMU 1.3, which should officially be released any day now. wp_1_terms wp_1_term_relationships wp_1_term_taxonomy There are all related to the internal tag system now available in Wordpress 2.3. You may also have noted that MU is now following...