[wp-hackers] Looking for testers/contributors for multilingual plugin
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Fri Jun 28 14:43:51 UTC 2013
On http://comparewp.org/ you will find a link to a google doc where a first rough start for comparison has been done.
You could add your plugin there and fill it in.
Op 28 jun. 2013, om 16:42 heeft Leho Kraav <leho at kraav.com> het volgende geschreven:
> On 28.06.2013 17:26, Nikola Nikolov wrote:
>> Well the first and obvious difference - it's free, compared to WPML. As far
>> as I'm aware - WPML creates additional tables in the database - and
>> honestly I'm kind of really annoyed by such plugins(especially when you
>> end-up with double the number of tables just by one plugin). Of course just
>> the fact that it's free doesn't make it better. Actually I would probably
>> recommend WPML for a company, since their CMS version is very affordable,
>> especially if used in multiple projects. And it has one year of support and
>> upgrades - which is pretty cool.
> > ...
> I've had a bunch of experience with WPML now and can say that multi-lingual is a complicated thing to attack. Much more complicated than it appears at first sight.
> I guess it depends on what your scope is, but to gain any sort of real market share eventually your plugin will need to solve a whole bunch of issues.
>>> I would really appreciate some comparison table type thing on "how is this
>>> any better than WPML (or other established multi-lingual plugins, there are
>>> more than just qT)"
> If you come up with a good comparison matrix in your github README.md, that alone is quite great value.
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