[wp-hackers] 2.3 Features

Doug Stewart zamoose at gmail.com
Thu May 17 01:05:26 GMT 2007

On 5/16/07, Doug Stewart <zamoose at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/16/07, jason switzer <jswitzer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I personally think the list of features to focus on should be taken from the
> > top of the most requested / highest rates "ideas" from the ideas page:
> > http://wordpress.org/extend/ideas. All ideas that are decided to be added to
> > wordpress core should be chosen from the top of that list and worked
> > downwards. This will prove to the community that the developers are
> > interested in implementing ideas that they (the users) care about. Anything
> > else would suggest that the developers were merely soliciting ideas and
> > don't necessarily care about what a majority of the users are clamoring for
> > (self-defeating in nature).
> >
> > So my vote would be for plugin update notification then easy updating of
> > wordpress. Although I don't necessarily agree with the idea, I think people
> > have clearly expressed that they want to know when a plugin needs to be
> > updated (and I could only hope they would want that to be upgraded by a
> > simple button click as well).
> >

Quick spitballing on the updating of plugins - a single link at the
bottom/top of the plugins page that hits the plugin repo, creates a
zipfile containing all relevant plugin files and prompting the user to
download it, allowing them to upload/update at their leisure.



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