@girish said in [IDEA] Disabling Core-Update notifications by default:
I think it's a good idea! In fact, we used to previously use a plugin called
disable-core-update but that became unmaintained. So, we removed it and replaced with our own - https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/wordpress-managed-app/-/commit/8a097db0f6041778ff5e458cc4332f9f71ed5bde
Then our plugin broke as well, so we removed it - https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/wordpress-managed-app/-/commit/08e6cf17a24e047806f4846bf1083b33c40642d6
Wow, I did not even know this has been a struggle for such a long time. It seems like you guys are on top of things anyway.
WP makes this really complicated for some reason.
For all the good WP does, there always is a catch like this
I will give it a shot in the next package update.
I am excited already! This seems to be the way to go for now.
@d19dotca said in [IDEA] Disabling Core-Update notifications by default:
I can't speak to the notifications part, but I definitely have been setting the following in wp-config.php (via MainWP) which stops the auto-updates from happening (for both theme, plugin, and core), which gives me more manual control over that when managing so many sites.
define( 'AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED', true );
Good idea, sadly I need my plugins/themes to automatically update.