[wp-hackers] Clarification on Tagging Plugins
computerguru at neosmart.net
Thu Sep 20 21:02:52 GMT 2007
Just FYI: UTW and WP 2.3 share some function names, so you should advise
people to remove UTW before upgrading, or you'll get a bunch of fatal
On 9/20/07, Christine Davis <christine at neato.co.nz> wrote:
> UTW as-is, is being disbanded in wordpress 2.3; but its interesting
> functionality* is being split off into smaller, more managable plugins.
> *suggestions [is on wordpress.org], admin [is with my beta testers] and
> rendering [is causing me to pull my hair out]. There might be others (:
> I'm looking at you, tag entry.
> On 9/21/07, Aaron Brazell <abrazell at b5media.com> wrote:
> > There is a question I'm getting a lot as I've been doing some
> > promotion of the next release of WordPress. The topic of built in
> > tags and whether UTW and the other tagging plugins will still work
> > with WP 2.3. The recommended approach, at least from my perspective,
> > is to disable tag plugins and use the WP tags but there are
> > legitimate reasons why some users might want to use one of the
> > existing tag plugins. Can anyone clarify for me what can be expected
> > to happen with these other tagging plugins. Will they still work,
> > should a blogger choose, along side WP tags since they use different
> > tables?
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