[wp-hackers] The next release.

Jon Abad jonabad at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 17:18:00 GMT 2005

I don't recall if a decision was reached in previous conversations, but 
wasn't there talk of including backup functionality either baked in the 
core or as a plugin with 1.6?

Its nice to have instructions with step one reading: "Backup your 
database" but wouldn't it be great to just have a simple "Push this 
button to backup"?


Jason Bainbridge wrote:

>On 10/22/05, Podz <podz at tamba2.org.uk> wrote:
>>I have been here before:
>>As I understand it, there are database changes between 1.5.2 and the
>>next version. For this reason, once you have upgraded, then you are
>>stuck. Not a word many here will like, but it's a word people will use.
>Shouldn't step 1 of the how to upgrade guide be to backup both your
>files and your database so there is a way back if need be? How about
>putting some verbiage on the first upgrade step to that effect with
>links to appropriate resouces?
>Jason Bainbridge
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