The answer is; Yes, if you want to strengthen your security and resolve the following issues:
- Some security hardening to media uploads
- Performance improvements
- Fixes for IIS6 support
- Fixes for taxonomy and PATHINFO (/index.php/) permalinks
- Fixes for various query and taxonomy edge cases that caused some plugin compatibility issues
- Visual editor not displaying
- Themes experiencing post display problems
Plus, a few more items relating more to the WordPress core.
By the way, WordPress team left a haiku for all who ask if they need to upgrade.
Only the geeks know
What half this stuff even means
Don’t worry — update
I love it. LOL!
Update: April 27, 2011
WordPress released version 3.2.1 for the vulnerability that allowed Contributor-level users to improperly publish posts. To me, blogs with multiple authors should highly consider upgrading to this version.
Twittamentary is a documentary of the stories revolve around Twitter users. Their meetups, interactions, exploration and inside look into how far Twitter has entered into their daily lives. Which after watching, you’ll understand why has it become more than just telling people what you ate for lunch. *burp*
The filmmaker; Siok Siok Tan, or @sioksiok came from Singapore to show us Twittamentary. We had a private screening in TGV’s function room only for a small group of less than 20.
Though cold, the stories told in the Twittamentary was informative and heart warming, when you hear about the homeless lady who tweets.
Quick facts about Twittamentary:
- Movie length is about 1 hour plus minus (when we watched).
- It was self-funded with some assistance from the Twitter community.
- It took around 1 year and 6 months to shoot it, if I recall.
- Final movie estimated to be done in May.
- Final screening of Twittamentary planned to be in Chicago.
By the way, with more guys at the screening, Twittamentary got more interesting and entertaining when Siok Siok actually managed to find a porn star to tell her Twitter story. Awesome!