The wordpress.org infrastructure work ha…

The wordpress.orgWordPress.org The community site where WordPress code is created and shared by the users. This is where you can download the source code for WordPress core, plugins and themes as well as the central location for community conversations and organization. https://wordpress.org/ infrastructure work has reminded me how much I dislike having the Super Adminadmin (and super admin)/Networknetwork (versus site, blog) Admin pages appearing alongside the regular per-blogblog (versus network, site) admin pages. I think the Super Admin menu should go away, away to a separate network admin area. Ticket 14435 is where I’m scratching this itch. The patches there move the network admin pages to wp-admin/network/. It is a completely separate admin area just for network management. It is available only from the main sitesite (versus network, blog) url. Visiting wp-admin/network from other blogs in the network will redirect to the one true place. If you have multiple networks, they each will have a network admin area.

While I was in there I added a network plugins.php. Network activations and deactivations happen here and only here. Network activate/deactivate is no longer available from the blog admins.

Thoughts?

#multisite, #network