Upgrade/Install component

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135 open tickets in the Upgrade/Install component

135 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request task (blessed)
4.8 1 2 0 0
Awaiting Review 51 25 2 0
Future Release 23 27 2 2

135 open tickets. Last 7 days: +2 tickets

16 tickets that have no replies

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  • #28300  Two issues in the code for auto-uploading to subfolders
  • #28845  Better error messages when uploading theme as plugin and vice versa administration
  • #32652  Use `ignore_user_abort()` to avoid some update failures
  • #34649  Support for filtering constants and .htaccess message in network setup multisite
  • #34986  Add Upgrade Notice for Themes
  • #35707  On installation page, autocompleted password should not be visible.
  • #37130  Auto-download language packs when installing manually
  • #37341  Improvements to the list-table.css (breaks the plugin info popup)
  • #37850  Auto-scroll to error notice on failed inline updates (plugins/themes) ui javascript
  • #38084  Fix Inconsistency Theme and Plugin Update Process When No Package Found ui administration
  • #39364  Introduce a trigger to handle a custom queue job and run them javascript administration
  • #39459  Database upgrade is triggered on AJAX request
  • #40006  $response var in comments not an array but an object docs
  • #40094  Fatal error during update WordPress
  • #40326  One Click Install Problems with WordPress 4.7.3
  • #40572  .htaccess has incorrect permissions after installation

3 tickets slated for 4.8

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  • #36455  Call opcache_reset() after plug-in, theme or core update
  • #38673  Introduce helper function for DISALLOW_FILE_MODS checks
  • #39593  Improve DocBlocks in class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php docs

135 open tickets

Open bugs: 75. View list on Trac

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