Web applications, Wordpress

WordPress to acquire MU capability

Few days before I could get my lazy self to actually try out WP MU, the WP community had decided to merge  WP and WP MU. I was confused when I this found out. There still seems to be lot of confusion out there, different people giving different stories.

1. http://wpmu.org/wpmu-wp-wpwpmu-wpwpmu/
2. http://technosailor.com/2009/05/30/wordcamp-sf-announcement-wordpress-and-wordpress-mu-to-merge/
3. http://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=2963
4. http://www.wptavern.com/to-merge-or-not-to-merge
5. http://www.blogherald.com/2009/06/02/wordpress-and-wordpressmu-merged-whoa/

Clearly, there was ambiguity.

To MU or not to MU – that was the question.
I decided to MU anyway.

I tried out WP-MU on two domains and both worked perfectly except for a small issue with the install which was well documented already, here.

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