Most of you out there use, or at least heard of, Dropbox. You know, the most awesome cloud storage service out there? Well, their forums can be a crazy place, but also a great way to get and share information, if you know how to read it.
Well, WordPress 3.7 beta 2 is out now.
As usual, they recommend that you run it on a test site. Seems like what’s been done here is mainly stability, security, and bug fixes (around 50 of them, actually). Continue reading
In retrospect, this probably should’ve been done sooner, but here you go.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve finally added a testbed platform to the site. It will be primarily used to test behind-the-scenes stuff, but occasionally, a theme, or the like may pop up.
According to the WordPress blog, 3.7 beta is expected to come out later this month. Apparently, it will even update itself to the newer betas automatically.
Well, the day has finally come. We’ve archived the old website (yes, I know it’s broken, I’ll fix that later – it’s not as important as the new site), and the new site is moved to the root directory. We’ve fought long and hard to get here (not really, after all, WordPress has a famous 5-minute install), and this is the new face of a much more productive, and informative, interface.
After a while of the “crew” here being a solo operation, we’re excited to finally introduce a brand-new member to the TechGeek01 team – Raymond Ma! Raymond here (or, as you may know him, R.M.) is a fellow Dropbox forum moderator just like myself. The both of us have a passion for Dropbox, and we love hanging around the forums and answering questions.
Given the circumstances, it is theoretically possible to sync Dropbox’s installation files through Dropbox itself to sync the same version of the app to multiple devices. This would theoretically allow you to update the app on one computer, and have the install files sync to other versions of Dropbox.
Please note that this is theoretical, and has not been tested on any computers. Do this at your own risk.