The first release candidate was made available to the public July 13, so developers have been sending in bug reports for weeks to help fix issues. The second release candidate just became available on July 24, and surely there will be more more issues to address, but now that the major setbacks have been figured out and the Post Formats UI and structured data has been completely removed, the stable release of WordPress 3.6 can’t be that far off. We are excited to see improvements in the following areas:
- “Post-locking” for multi-author blogs
- Improved handling of audio and video embeds
- Cleaner menu creation
- Better revision management
Plus, the Twenty Thirteen Default Theme will be out. Excited? We are.