I use a plugin called FeedWordPress on two of my sites. It is a syndication plugin where it can pick up articles from another site and publish an excerpt of the article on a site. Basically, what I use it for is, for example, on my MindanaoBob site, where I feature all of my writings from around the net. So, if an article goes on this website, FeedWordPress posts a portion of it on MindanaoBob, so that readers will see a collection of all of my writings on my many websites. It’s a great plugin, really, and I use it religiously.
Yesterday, WordPress came out with a new, major upgrade to the software, WordPress 3.2. I upgraded all of my sites to the new release. First I updated only one of my sites and did some testing. Everything appeared to work fine, so I did the upgrade on all of my sites, and my client’s sites too.
It wasn’t until last night that I realized that my syndicated articles were no longer being updated on my FeedWordPress sites. I decided to try to do a manual update to the syndication and got an error message. It becomes obvious to me that the FeedWordPress plugin was no longer working on the new software version.
I did some searching around and found a solution, though. If you are using FeedWordPress and found it broken after updating to the newest WP release, I recommend that you go here and see the solution posted. I have tried it and it works fine, so you can go ahead and make the change. I am sure that the plugin author will be coming out with a WP 3.2 compatible version of the plugin soon, but for now, the fix that I linked to will keep you in business.
Good luck! By the way, I like WP 3.2 a lot… give it a try if you have not already. One suggestion, though, it requires the latest version of PHP, so make sure your hosting provider is up to date on the server with PHP.