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Wordops Blog Post

Some news about WordOps

WordOps project is alive for more than 3 years (the first stable release was published in May 2019) and we wanted to share with you some news about the project. WordOps release cycle At first, we are going to publish two stable releases every year. We will publish a stable release in June, and another…
Wordops New Nginx Package

New Nginx package for WordOps

We are very happy to announce the availability of a new Nginx package for WordOps built on the latest Nginx stable release (1.20.2). The package is available for Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 and 22.04, Debian 9.0, 10 and 11 as well as Raspbian 9.0, 10 and 11. Debian 11 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will be supported…
Wordops V3.14.0

v3.14.0 – WordOps stable release

We are really sorry for the delay about WordOps update and we will try to keep it up to date properly in the future. This is a stable release but we will publish some maintenance release in the next few weeks. What’s New ? The main feature is PHP 8.0 and PHP 8.1 support. A…

v3.13.0 – WordOps stable release

After two maintenance releases two weeks ago, we have published a new stable release today. What’s New ? MariaDB 10.5 is now shipped by default with WordOps, and we added the command wo stack migrate –mariadb to upgrade previous MariaDB versions to 10.5. This command will perform a full backup of your databases before upgrading…

v3.11.0 – WordOps stable release

A new stable release is available ! What’s New ? The main new feature of this release is PHP 7.4 support. You can install PHP 7.4 at anytime with the following command: wo stack install –php74 Otherwise, you can switch a site to PHP 7.4 by running the command: wo site update site.tld –php74 As…

v3.9.9 – WordOps stable release

A new stable release has been published few days ago : v3.9.9 What’s New ? Let’s Encrypt In this release, the most important part was refactoring integration to make it more modular and to be able to support incoming features. We added support for another acme challenge : DNS Alias. It’s pretty similar to…
migrating to

We are migrating from Slack to

Why this migration ? Because we are about WordOps users privacy but also because Slack is not really intended to be used as a community chat (as an open-source project, we are not really willing to pay for a chat software), we decided to migrate from Slack to a self-hosted instance available on….