My In-Series plugin is being taken over by a new developer, and has a new home at http://remstate.com/projects/in-series/. If you use In-Series, you should update your bookmarks and download the latest version.
Il Filosofo has released a new version of WP-DB Backup, as well. This version updates for the new scheduling functionality in the forthcoming WordPress 2.1 release. If you're a WP-DB Backup user, please be sure to update your bookmarks in order to keep up with Il Filosofo, since I'm no longer working on this plugin.
In-Series 2.0 is now available!
This version allows for negative numbers when ordering your series, so you can now easily insert items at the beginning of your series without re-numbering all the existing entries. Note that due to an unfortunate bug in WordPress 1.5.2, you will be unable to use a zero.
In-Series 2.0 also fixes a few minor problems with the
all_series() template tag.
Thanks to Drew for his assistance debugging this!
This is a very modest upgrade to In-Series. The only new feature is a new template tag,
all_series(), which will display a list of all the series you have defined in your blog. Usage is documented in in-series.txt, inside the zip file.
Lorelle alerted me to a serious mistake with In-Series 1.7: it incorrectly included future-dated posts in the series links displayed to readers!
In-Series 1.8 is now available, and resolves this issue!
Announcing In-Series version 1.7!
This is a very modest update. The two new features are:
- Case insensitivity for series names.
- Previously, a series named "My Really big Series" was considered distinct from a series named "My Really Big Series". Now In-Series internally handles all series names in lowercase.
- Per-author constraints.
- When looking for posts in a series, In-Series will now only look for posts in that series written by the same author. This is primarily of use to multi-author blogs where each author might be making series with the same name.
No other changes have been made, so upgrading to this version should be as easy as replacing the