Well, I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0 – despite the fact that they’re probably about to release 2.0.1 – and so far so good. Most (all?) of the changes are things which aren’t visible to you lot. It seems generally nicer to use, though the WYSIWYG editor doesn’t like Safari. *shrug*. The new Admin pages are a bit ugly. *shrug again*.
The main reason I upgraded was because you can now create categories on the fly as you write a post, although you can’t choose a parent catgory for it at the same time. And the post preview actually shows what it would look like on your blog, rather than just testing the formatting. I’ll have to take their word for it that the underlying code is improved.
EDIT: I’ve just
trued tried the wysiwyg editor on Firefox. It does seem quite nice, I must admit.
Though it does that fucking annoying thing of automatically putting white space after a newline. Don’t these people write poetry?
At least it looks like the old non-wysiwyg editor still works for single returns.