Version 2.1.3 of the WordPress blogging platform has been released and is available for download. According to the WordPress blog, this is a security release that “includes fixes for several publicly known minor XSS issues, one major XML-RPC issue, and a proactive full sweep of the WordPress codebase to protect against future problems”.
I’ve upgraded, and so should you. Take a couple of minutes to do this upgrade, as the possible consequences aren’t worth the humiliation. 😉
Version 2.2.0 of the Apache 2 Web Server has been released. Full ChangeLog can be found here.
Subversion 1.3.0 Release Candidate 4 released. According to the announcement, this is the first public release candidate. It looks like there are tons of changes for this one, including speed improvements, more support for xml rendering in commands (the –xml switch) and a whole lot more.
Google’s new Instant Messaging Service – according to this blog entry, Google has a new IM and VoIP service — and it’s Jabber compatible!
SVK 1.0.4 has been released. This version fixes various locking bugs exposed by the concurrency fix introduced in 1.0.3.
SVK 1.0.3 introduces bugs to be fixed in 1.0.4 – The recent release of SVK 1.0.3 introduced “insufficient lockings in a few commands” that were not caught by automated tests. A 1.0.4 release is currently underway.
SVK 1.0.3 released. Read the official announcement.