August 15, 2011

Outdated Plugins for 2 Years Will Be Hidden – A New Policy for WordPress Plugin Repository

Big news from Matt’s State of the Word address at WordCamp San Francisco is a new policy concerning WordPress plugins. Those plugins that have not been updated in two years will be hidden both in the repository and in the WordPress admin plugin search. I’d say this is a big win for all WordPress users worldwide…

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