WP A DAY #10: WordPress 6.4 Beta 4, The WordPress Photo Directory, WordPress.com connects to fediverse

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Hello and welcome to WP A DAY, your source for the latest news and updates around the world.de WordPress. Today is Sunday, October 15, 2023.

In a recent article read in WordPress, the availability of version 6.4 Beta 4 for download and testing is announced. Please note that this version is under development, so it is not recommended to install it on productive websites. It is suggested to test it on a server and test site. There are three ways to test it: install the WordPress Beta Tester plugin, download the Beta 4 version directly, or use the WP-CLI command. The estimated final release date is November 7, 2023. The community is encouraged to continue testing to ensure the quality of the release. A detailed guide is provided for those who wish to contribute as testers. This Beta version was released in response to the WordPress 6.3.2 maintenance and security update. Release Candidate 6.4 is scheduled for release on October 17 and will depend on feedback from testers. Thanks to the contributors to this release.

Immerse yourself in complete information at Make WordPress Core.

On another note, in an exclusive report from The WordPress Photo Directory, it was announced that the 10,000 photo mark has been officially surpassed. The purpose of this directory is to provide free, high-quality, Creative Commons-licensed, community-submitted photos suitable for use on WordPress sites and elsewhere. The directory was proposed by Matt Mullenweg at State of the Word 2021 and now all images can be viewed on Openverse, an open source media search engine. The main photo categories in the directory are nature, architecture, objects and animals. At last, the photo directory has become what Justin Tadlock envisioned in 2021: “a project where anyone can upload a nice nature photo they took over the weekend.”

Immerse yourself in complete information at wp-content.co.

And you can’t leave without hearing today’s most surprising news.

WordPress.com connects to the fediverse! ActivityPub is the technology that allows usersfrom WordPress.com Interact with a broader audience through the fediverse. With this integration, users can now follow blogs from various platforms directly from their WordPress.com account.. 

Read this great news in the WordPress.com blog.

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