[wp-hackers] Simplicity in 2.next

Evan Broder wp at ebroder.net
Mon Feb 6 23:25:14 GMT 2006

I would expect that, if people don't already have their plugins 
currently hosted on wp-plugins.org, they aren't going to be easily 
convinced to move them.

I have a plugin that I host in my own webspace. It's a bit of a hassle 
when I release a new version, but wp-plugins.org is way overkill for my 
development setup. The wiki and Subversion are really overkill for what 
I need.

- Evan

Craig wrote:
> So by testing plugins on wp-plugins.org, is this not setting up a defacto
> set of official plugins since such a large number of plugins are hosted
> elswhere, esp. on the authors' own sites? I suppose this might help
> encourage folks to move their plugins to the repository, but I'm sure that
> lots of plugin writers rather enjoy the traffic their site gets as a result
> of their work.
> Just thinkin' out loud!
> Craig.
> Nuclear Moose.
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