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Re: wordpress 2.3



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Peter Gordon wrote:
> Adrian Reber wrote:
>> I am thinking about to disable this feature in the Fedora rpm because
>> the update is anyway supposed to be updated via yum/rpm and not by
>> downloading it directly from wordpress. Just like it is the case for
>> firefox.
>>
> 
> +1; I did that for Deluge, too.
> 
> For Deluge it was far simpler to patch the installed GConf schema to
> set the key for that preference to False to default rather than True.
> I've not delved much into the WordPress codebase, but whether it will
> be simpler to remove the feature entirely or merely have it disabled
> by default is a choice left to you, its maintainer. :)

You can disable it via a plugin:
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-wordpress-core-update/

Stripping the code revision after revision may not be the best notion,
from a support standpoint.

Also, if you feel like it, there's a plugin to disable plugin update
checking as well:

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-wordpress-plugin-updates/


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Doug Stewart
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Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs
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