The most recent WordPress release, 3.5, has passed the 6 million download mark. It brought us a renewed media experience and various improvements in the dashboard. But life moves on, and the scope of the upcoming version 3.6 release has already been settled.
There’s been much debate over what to expect, especially in terms of improving our publishing workflow. Fortunately, the developers give us some hints via the discussion on trac and the Make WordPress Core blog.
Let’s take a look at what’s on the horizon, to make sure our projects are prepared and we don’t encounter any nasty surprises down the road.
Mark Jaquith, who is going to be a leading developer for 3.6 cycle, declares in his introductory post:
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