WordPress 3.2 was released yesterday, and brought with it a number of awesome features and improvements. But with every release of WordPress, one of my favorite aspects remain the same: with 3.2 released, discussions about 3.3 will soon begin.
Talks of 3.3 development have already popped up in a few places. One notable discussion is focused on the plans for a complete revamp of the WordPress Dashboard CSS. This wouldn’t be a redesign like 3.2 saw, but would mean cleaning up and streamlining old CSS files and (wherever possible) enhancing the CSS with more modern techniques.
Lead developer Andrew Ozz is running the discussion on the Make WordPress UI blog, and the request for project volunteers has been made.
Do you spend a lot of time working with CSS in your work? Will you consider taking part in the (possible) CSS overhaul for WordPress 3.3?