Subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 2,407 other subscribers
Suggest Agenda items for March 18th 2010 dev chat
dd32, Alex M., Andrew Nacin, and 7 others are discussing. Toggle Comments
Start of week and WEEK mysql date function (support of iso 8601)
if WordPress wants to support iso 8601 as the default
When using “WEEK” MySql function, second argument should have the value : 3
(there are no 0 (zero) week in iso 8601).
“WEEK” MySql function is used in two wp files :
Could you raise a trac ticket for this please – I don’t think it needs discussion in the dev chat to be resolved
sorry about multiple comments !
Menu management feature scope creep and accessibility.
While a reminder about scope creep is important as we near beta, I’d like to think the main issue has been handled as of http://core.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/13716. The choices made by all involved seem proper — allowing for custom post types and taxonomies under the hood makes sense from a development perspective, and limiting it to categories and pages by default makes sense from a core and end-user/UX perspective.
Manual vs. automated POT generation for 2010. Do we want a bot to commit to core?
Would like to raise what to do with the Link Update checker: http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/12437
Do we Remove it (Hasnt worked in a long time, and requires external trigger) Or do we update it to use the RSS feeds dates & wp-cron it, Or do we simply leave it to plugin territory.
See http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4230 and http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4231 for tickets on wp-cron and rss
It’s ugly and it’s broken. Get rid of it.
I think that this functionality is a really neat feature for a plugin these days!
This can be stricken from the agenda schedule. I’ve removed the functionality. The empty Misc. options page has also been removed, any plugin registered settings will be moved to the General page.
There is yet again a critical regression in image uploading, branch 2.9 and trunk, see #12625. It took quite a while to make it reproducible. Opera seems to be a big factor here, but it needs to be properly analyzed by someone familiar with the inner workings of the Add An Image popup. This needs to be fixed before 3.0-beta so that everyone can test the heck out of it.
This doesn’t need to be a dev chat agenda item. Please submit a ticket, or if one exists, comment there.
This comment got severed from its parent, which was arena’s comment about WEEK().
Update the project schedule, normaly WP 3.0 should be beta, but it’s still alpha.
Bumped it to the 22nd for now. We’ll decide on a new date at tomorrow’s dev meeting.
← Agenda for Mar 11th 2010 dev chat
I’m kind of thrown by what has turned u… →