Yesterday Matt Mullenweg announced the release of WordPress 3.7. Known as “Basie”, adds a fantastic new feature that allows maintenance and security updates to be applied in the background.
Strong password recommendations have also been integrated into the core. The new set up apparently recognises common mistakes that make a password weaker such as number patterns (12345) or names (David, Kevin, Thomas etc).
3.7 also includes improved search results. Previous versions only ordered search results by date. WordPress will now see how well a search query matches a post. This version also improves support for localised versions of WordPress.
So you all know the drill by now. Get updating 🙂