Ending support for some little-used WordPress plugins

Today I am making these three little-used WordPress plugins that I created inactive, in the sense that I will no longer update them, test them against newer versions of WordPress, or provide support for them. If after a time no one else wants to take over maintaining them, they will be closed.

Each plugin has around 10 or fewer active installations and minimal or no user reviews. Given that it takes time to test each plugin I maintain for upcoming WordPress releases and PHP changes, and to support any inquiries or feature requests they may receive, I have to balance the requirements of continuing that work against the value each plugin offers. In these cases, I’d like to free up that maintenance time for other things.

I will leave the GitHub repos public indefinitely in case anyone wants to fork them or take them over.

This change does not affect the other WordPress plugins I maintain.

If you’re interested in taking over responsibility for one or more of these plugins, please contact me.

Thanks to everyone who tried them out and gave feedback along the way.

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Chris Hardie

I'm a deep generalist, currently focused on software engineering + writing + the open web.

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