Eric mentioned something that I think is worth re-communicating here.
K2 hasn’t always been the most frequently updated theme in the official sense of us putting out releases. We’ve often poured changes into the repository and fed people the latest nightlies if they wanted to stay up-to-date. And by doing so we ‘trained’ everyone to think of the nightlies and subversion in general as place for (mostly) stable updates.
And we try to keep it that way.
The new course is to instead be more rigorous with actual releases and in turn ween everyone off of using the nightlies and subversion for production purposes. This is important, because we’re already in the midst of some sweeping changes, and they will mean broken sites if you rely blindly on subversion or nightlies.
This release contains only a single extremely minor fix to a relatively rare but highly annoying problem concerning long titles wrapping around in the navigation area of permalinks, causing the headlines to be dislocated.
PS: I’ve set up K2 on Twitter, as that seems to be what all the youngsters are raving about these days.
Just a word of advice: Today I revamped our HTML structure, our columns functionality, added several new widget areas (while renaming the old ones), and a lot more. All of these changes are currently in the subversion repository, feel free to check them out, however understand that if you already have a site up and running, these changes are not likely to play well with any widget setups, styles or child themes. It is as usual best to stick with actual release for live sites.
There will be more on this soon, but consider this both a warning and a heads up, if you want to adapt your child theme or style for the next major release of K2. These changes, which massively simplify K2 and were previously planned for v1.2, but will instead find their way into v1.1, are meant to make K2 easier to get around.
The short-term downside is that there will be some extra work adjusting existing styles and child themes; but it’s definitely worth it (and should have been done a long time ago).