[wp-edu] Removing Plugins

Grogan, David David.Grogan at tufts.edu
Thu Apr 11 16:04:00 UTC 2013

This is a fantastic plugin:


Will list the sites that use each plugin you have installed.


From: wp-edu-bounces at lists.automattic.com [mailto:wp-edu-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Skriloff, Nicholas
Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2013 11:26 AM
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Subject: [wp-edu] Removing Plugins

Here at Darden Business School we have our faculty blogs: http://blogs.darden.virginia.edu/ .  Overtime some plugins that were once used are no longer used.  We have a staging environment that is copy of our production environment.  In our staging environment we want to run a process like

1)      Identify plugin to remove

2)      Run a test (like a selenium test) against all blogs

3)      Remove said pluging

4)      Run test again

5)      If nothing broke, the add it to the list of plugins that can be removed from production.

How have any of you all done this?

Nick Skriloff , ME , MCP, SCJP
Information Technology Specialist
Darden Information Services
Voice 434 243 5025  Fax 434 243 2279
skriloffn at darden.virginia.edu<mailto:skriloffn at darden.virginia.edu>

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