[wp-hackers] GSoC 2014: Form / Survey Plugin
quincykwende at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 15:22:20 UTC 2014
Thanks for reviewing my requirements. I would start thinking about
the implementation in detail. Also, I have looked at
http://polldaddy.com/ to get some inspirations too.
Also, I have checked out the official coding standards on the Core
Contributor Handbook and related articles as you recommended. I'm
presently modifying my plugin "Quote me"
Thanks and Best Regards
On 3/3/14, Ian Dunn <ian at iandunn.name> wrote:
> On 3/1/14, 5:41 PM, Ian Dunn wrote:
>> On 2/27/14, 2:23 PM, Quincy Kwende wrote:
>>> For the Form / Survey Plugin, here is a summary of my User Requirements:
>>> I would be glad, if I can get advice and more ideas on the above
>>> project in
>>> order to have an awesome plugin.
>> Don't worry too much about that at this phase; we'll get into details
>> once an applicant is chosen. For now, just focus on learning more about
>> WordPress development in general and working on some patches on the Core
>> trac (if you want to work on a Core project), or the Meta trac (if you
>> want to work on a Community project).
> Actually, nevermind, I was wrong about that. The instructions on the
> Codex do say to work out the basic approach that you'd take. Some of the
> other discussions on the Forms project were getting too deep into the
> details, but yours was fine.
> Your requirements are pretty good. A few things that are missing are:
> Question branching; pre-defined forms; And automating data entry from
> some form responses into WordCamp.org-specific custom post types. Check
> out the some of the other threads for details on those. Sharing forms on
> social media networks won't really be needed.
> You're on the right track. The next thing I'd do would be to think about
> some of the implementation details. How will the data be stored? What
> parts of the WordPress API will you use? How will the admin place the
> form on their site? etc.
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