When the Cuny Academic Commons approached us just over 6 months ago with their proposal to use Infinity to power the default theme for the ambitious Commons in a Box project, we had a small office party. Since we don’t have an office and live about 12000 miles away from each other, that meant drinking→
We’re happy to announce that the first 1.0 Release Candidate is now ready for you to download. We’re now quickly approaching the 1.0 stable release which means Infinity is getting more stable and truly production ready every day. In this release we’ve spent a considerable amount of time on improving performance and fine-tuning the code.→
We have been working on Infinity for almost two years. Before we started we had a clear vision of how we wanted our work to be used by the WordPress community. We’ve always hoped that making Infinity 100% GPL and community driven would lead to it being used for useful and inspiring causes that were→
Don’t let the title scare you! If you are reading this, I have your attention, so my slightly exaggerated title worked There is nothing scary about the soon-to-be-released Infinity Beta 3, but there are some significant changes that might affect you if you are using Infinity for a production site.
Before I get to that, I want everyone to know that Infinity is still getting a ton of love from us. Many hundreds of hours have been put into it by myself and Bowe since beta 2. A large majority of the time spent has been acting on feedback we have received from the community. We have received some great ideas, advice, critiques and mentoring, so thank you so much for your contributions!