Here’s why I don’t normally apply updates on the first day: Backdoors in three popular WordPress Plugins
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I hope he takes this down to the Cafe: 1987 Compaq Portable III (286 based) with Wireless and Lynx part one, and here’s part two (seen it on Hack a Day)
bug in function wp_count_comments in wp-includes/comment.php (with patch for WordPress 3.1)
Just updated to Reinhardt.
When Windows activation fails with error code 0x8004FE33, you probably have a proxy with authentication. Instead of activating over the Internet you should use a phone, or use a different proxy (one that does not require authentication), or configure your proxy to allow a few URLs without authentication (list of URLs in KB 921471).
http://www.facebook.com/careers/puzzles.php – submitting seems a bit tricky, but if I can get my latest submissions run I may have a very good hint for the Puzzle Master… (right now the robot needs around 20+ hours to process my submissions so I may not follow up before next year)
Just received my first donation. Thanks!
Mark Jaquith has a wonderful plugin for plugin developers: I Make Plugins. While working on the redesign of this site I ran across a bug in that plugin which caused the entire readme to be downloaded and stored to the postmeta table every time a plugin page was loaded. Here’s a patch (diff) for version 1.1 of the plugin.