wProject ends support for legacy versions of WordPress
Going forward, wProject will now only be supported on current major versions of WordPress.
Going forward, wProject will now only be supported on current major versions of WordPress. This means, for example, at the time of writing WordPress is currently at version 6.1.1, and so wProject will only be supported for WordPress version 6 and higher.
When WordPress reaches version 7, then version 7 and higher will be supported. You get the idea.
This was already stated in the minimum requirements FAQ (requiring the latest version of WordPress) but not everyone necessarily reads that, so this post is an attempt to make the policy more accessible.
That said, in reality wProject will probably still work fine on the previous legacy version (at time of this publication that would be WordPress version 5). But if you reach out for support the first thing I am going to confirm is that you’re running the latest version of WordPress.
The WordPress core team doesn’t make a habit of deprecating obsolete functions or breaking core features very often, so if you’re still on WordPress version 5 and can’t update for whatever reason, you might still be fine for a long time to come. But officially, support can’t be offered in this instance.