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  1. Muhammad Adnan

    Interesting move!
    Would help to educate our clients.

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  2. Haris

    We need to focus more efforts on promoting php upgrade information to our users.

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  3. Michael

    I would love to upgrade my multisite network to PHP 7, but rather than a matter of not understanding the benefits, it is a matter of supporting and/or replacing plugins and themes that are not PHP 7 compatible.

    According to the PHP Compatibility Checker plugin, our multisite network still has 7 plugins and 5 themes that return errors with PHP 7, including one actively developed theme by Automattic (Edin) and one plugin by wordpressdotorg (WordPress Importer).

    We have 22 plugins and 8 themes that have PHP 7 warnings.

    The WordPress.org theme and plugin repositories should flag plugins and themes that are not compatible with PHP 7 and encourage the authors to update them. And it would help quite a bit if the major players led the way with PHP7-compatible plugins and themes.

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  4. Vineet Kumar Singh

    Since we use themes in wordpress websites which has so many render blocking js and css due to which website gets slow. PHP 7 makes wordpress website faster. So, everyone should upgrade :)

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