[wp-hackers] Simplicity in 2.next
skippy at skippy.net
Tue Feb 7 21:28:15 GMT 2006
> Stewart Ugelow wrote:
>> At the risk of naievete, is there any reason that hosting on
>> wp-plugins.org and some form of official plugin testing must be one
>> and the same?
>> Why not simply have a testing site where plugin authors can upload
>> their code and where plugin users can visit to see the results?
> That's how I see it, and I cannot see a sensible reason why that cannot
Just like WordPress has "issues" on some configurations, so too do some
plugins have issues stemming from configuration nuances. So, a plugin
might work on the "blessed" test environment, then fail utterly in the
user's production environment.
Additionally, some plugins (like my subscribe2) don't lend themselves
well to quick testing.
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