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For starting my work, I’ve downloaded the latest nightly build of WordPress, which I knew was already version 1.3. I’ve got the version 1.3-alpha-3, package bundled on 09-22-2004 (m.d.y).
I edited wp-config.php (as usual), uploaded it and started the setup process via wp-admin/install.php. Afterwards I deleted the file to avoid possible damage by script kiddies and similar (as anybody should do). Next on, I took a glance at the new admin interface. Well .. it does look quite familiar, although they grouped the single menu entries a bit different - I wouldnt say better - each to his own (or however the phrase goes)
I also found an menu entry called ‘Pages’:
Whatever this means, but to me, it looks like an effort to change WordPress into a real CMS, or at least partially. Why else would you want to edit single pages?
It’s about 6 a.m. in the morning, folks, and I gotta get some sleep cause I oughta do a job this evening - goo’ night, e’ fellows