Kinda funny that it was just last week when I wrote about how satisfied I’ve been with WordPress this year, then over the last couple days, I’ve been frustrated with upgrading to version 2.7.
I should clarify: the software itself works great. The issues that I’m having are strictly related to plugins that I’m using. I suppose certain compatibility and seamless upgrading are the trade-offs you have to make when you start using a lot of 3rd-party extensions. I was willing to roll with the upgrade and let one of my less oft-used plugins remain broken until it’s updated, but I’ve discovered I actually have 2 ((twitter tools and the DB backup plugin)) that aren’t working quite right, so I rolled back to WordPress 2.6.5 for now ((This new footnote plugin I installed seems to work fine, though.)). Not that it matters much to you, Dear Reader, as everything appears exactly the same on your end. (But the blog is sort of for my notes, too.)
At work, I was supposed to have a “day off” from seeing students today, but one of my colleagues called in, so I’m filling the gap. Might prevent me from getting the newest podcast (which we recorded over the weekend) up this afternoon, as I’d intended. I definitely need to do that today, though, since the rest of my evenings are booked up this week. Dave invited me to an event at EAA on Wednesday night, and Thursday is our office holiday party.
Time to get some working done…