[wp-hackers] podPress as a standard plugin

Dan Kuykendall dan at kuykendall.org
Mon Jul 10 23:12:27 GMT 2006

Computer Guru wrote:
> I agree... and before podPress I'd have to honestly say there are quite a
> few other more important add-ons...

Agreed, for example I think the role-manager plugin really should be a
default item.

> Which is why this topic is best left under lock and key. WP is for
> Automattic content. AFAIK: nothing more, nothing less. Else you'll start a
> war by every author that has a decent plugin and wants it in the trunk.

LOL, fair enough. I just havent seen the discussion about default
plugins raised much in here, so was curious what the thinking was.

> Oh, and if I may say so, it's normally best to let others nominate your
> great plugin for you ;-)

heh, Ive been waiting for a couple months for podpress to get talked
about on here, and no luck ;-)

My real goal is to get a wordpress developer to respond to my previous
request to add a hook into the wp-admin/categories.php around the edit
and post sections. Im having to include a custom version of this file in
 podPress to allow categorycasting to work. CategoryCasting allows users
to customize a bunch of feed settings on a per category basis.

> Computer Guru
> NeoSmart Technologies
> http://neosmart.net/blog/

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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] podPress as a standard plugin

Why bloat the WordPress download? If people want it, they can download
and install it.

The percentage of users who use WordPress for podcasting is pretty small
I'd imagine.


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