Networks and Sites component

The networks and sites component is part of the multisite focus. Weekly office hours for multisite development are held on Tuesday at 17:00 UTC in the #core-multisite Slack channel.


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130 open tickets in the Networks and Sites component

130 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request task (blessed)
13 19 1 1
Awaiting Review 25 26 1 0
Future Release 10 27 3 0
5.3 0 4 0 0

130 open tickets. Last 7 days: -3 tickets

10 tickets that have no replies

View list on Trac

  • #39711  Allow network administrator to network activate/deactivate/delete a plugin on sub site plugin list table multisite
  • #42070  Remove networks_have_paths cache key multisite
  • #42187  Multisite – WordPress Importer Unavailable administration multisite
  • #42389  Wrong password on confirmation page after manual activation of additional sub sites multisite
  • #43653  Allow to filter the final message of signup user notification email multisite
  • #44515  Multisite: "Deactivate" And "Delete" Labels Are Confusing multisite
  • #45839  Use site meta for blog details multisite
  • #46610  In Multisite The Edit Page Is Missing From Toolbar And Root of Multisite Gets Displayed multisite
  • #47422  Coding Standards: wp-admin/includes/ms.php multisite coding-standards
  • #47630  Multisite: Admin dashboard links are malfunctioning on mapped domain administration multisite

4 tickets slated for 5.3

View list in Trac

  • #15936  IPv6 literal support in multisite broken multisite
  • #37392  Multisite "Sites" screen: Add links to filter websites by status multisite
  • #42134  Add filter to emails sent by wp-admin/network/site-new.php multisite
  • #42135  Add filter to disable email sent by wp-admin/network/site-new.php multisite

130 open tickets

Open bugs: 48. View list on Trac

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