About The WordPress Plugins

I write this post as a reply to all those who have emailed me the last 2-3 months about the WordPress plugins that are available on this web site. I really appreciate your feedback. Many of your suggestions have been great, but there seem to be some problems, which I outline below:

  • I am not a developer. Sure, I like programming, mainly simple stuff, and have some experience, but this does not make me a professional coder. So, enhancing these plugins with more features, although it would be good, it takes me a significant amount of time and effort.
  • I mainly wrote these plugins in order to get rid of all the custom workarounds and fixes for various issues I had encountered in WordPress.
  • Another reason for writing them was to have fun, but it seems that I am not really interested in developing them any further.
  • I do not have enough free time or I want to spend my free time on other things I find interesting.
  • Although these plugins work with WordPress 2+, there is no guarantee that they will continue to work with future versions of WordPress. I strongly encourage you to look for other similar plugins at the various websites with WordPress resources. I intend to do the same. Also, please note that all plugins are released under the GPL, so you can modify them yourself.

All downloadable stuff on this web site is completely unsupported.

The plugins will continue to be available for download, but I strongly suggest that you look for better ones.

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About George Notaras

George Notaras is the editor of the G-Loaded Journal, a technical blog about Free and Open-Source Software. George, among other things, is an enthusiast self-taught GNU/Linux system administrator. He has created this web site to share the IT knowledge and experience he has gained over the years with other people. George primarily uses CentOS and Fedora. He has also developed some open-source software projects in his spare time.