[wp-hackers] Introduction

Craig Russell craig at craig-russell.co.uk
Fri Mar 4 12:17:57 UTC 2011

Cheers Barry,

Sample code won't be necessary, the docs have enough for now.



Events don't have to run at the minimum of an hour.

You can create your own schedule(s)/time to run

This should help:

I'll dig out some sample code later if you need?


Barry Carlyon
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On 3 Mar 2011, at 16:31, Craig Russell wrote:

> Hello list,
> I thought I'd introduce myself.
> My name's Craig Russell, I'm an IT Systems specialist living in Leicester UK.
> I'm recently returning to Wordpress development after a long
> sabbatical. I used to freelance, writing themes and plug-ins and
> what-not, but since getting a 9-5 that's all taken a back seat.
> I've been reacquainting myself with the platform over the past few
> months, things have moved on a long way. Custom posts. Automatic
> updates. Widgets! My my you have all been busy. :)
> My day job has me working in identity management; LDAP directories,
> data synchronisation, federated authentication systems... But for as
> much as I enjoy this, my developer itch needs scratching.
> So here I am, to bend my ear towards the discussion, and to contribute
> where I can.
> Also I do have a question. I posted on the forums, but perhaps this is
> a more appropriate place?
> I'm wondering about the time intervals for scheduled events. Why at
> most can events run at hourly intervals, not any more frequently? What
> was the rationale behind this decision?
> http://wordpress.org/support/topic/scheduled-events
> All the best
> Craig
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