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Hi folk! WordPress 3.1.2 is released which is a security fix for an issue that allows contributer level users to publish posts. You should definitely upgrade if you offer this sort of user level on your site.
So for those of you who like to skip a release and wait for the point revision, you’ll be pleased to see that WordPress 3.1.1 is out. This fixes a few issues and closes some security holes in older releases, so you’re advised to update soonish.
WordPress 3.0.5 has been released. This appears to be generally a security fix release, fixing some privilege escalation issues. The text of the release announcement can be seen here. You should upgrade if you can’t wait around for 3.1, which should be coming real soon now, hopefully.
An important security update has been released for WordPress. If you run WordPress, it’s advised to update now. The release addresses some issues in the KSES library, which is used for santization throughout the product. As usual, the update can be downloaded from the WordPress site, or you can use the automatic updates from your [...]
For those testers out there, WordPres 3.1 has entered the first beta period. Grab it now. Some of the new functionality is AJAX in the admin screens, improved password reset, and easier internal linking to content. Remember to post issues into the beta forum.