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How to improve the development of WordPress (8 posts)

  1. Lobo
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I’m very new with WordPress but I begging to become a big fan of this project. Ok here is my idea made list of the best features for WordPress with a pull so the people can vote for what they want and also send money for the feature that they want. If there 3 feature that don’t have to many votes but get more money it will be at the top of the list follow for the most voted, like that you can improve the development of this great application listing what the people want.
    For example I will do anything to see a native support for a WordPress that can have different languages on the same Blog, that on the Admin page you can created the site on English/German and if you go to the home page you can choose your language and all the Static/Dynamic links and the news will become on your own language and will be linked to the pages on your language and if there is not the translated page it will show the default language this for the news and links to the static pages, like that this Application will become my dream � (http://wordpress.org/support/topic.php?id=21790) and I’m sure I will pay for have that feature at the top of your development list.

    Lobo

  2. Lobo
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    The best way to switch betwen languages is Language Picker Plugin Version .9 but the development will be stop.
    http://noprerequisite.com/language_picker/

    Unfortunately, I don’t think I’m going to continue developing this plugin until 1.3 comes out, and even then it will likely take a very different form. If I do take it a different direction, however, I’ll be sure to include a way to upgrade from the current format.

    Comment by Jason � 12/1/2004 @ 1:32 pm

  3. Anonymous
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    How to improve the development of WordPress: everybody get together and pay Matt a higher salary than CNET does, so he can spend all his time on it and we can have an official release of 1.5 ;)

    What you could do is contact a plugin developer and offer to pay them to implement this for you. Seriously, if you're chucking money around you will see results faster if you give it to an individual rather than a project.

  4. Ric
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    We agree that the fastest to get results is to pay a PHP and mySQL expert to help modify WordPress for you. This may not be the BEST method for supporting the whole community, but we recognize that some people may have this need.
    That is why we are sponsoring Free Money for WordPress Development
    This is our way of thanking the hard work of WP developers that made this software the #1 Blogging software.

  5. Ric
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I must have gotten the link wrong.
    Here it is again:
    Free Money for WordPress Development

  6. Lobo
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    You all right my friends and if I have enough money to pay somebody for make a plug in for me I will do it but this is not the case :( and on the effort to improve WP with the best features I think the poll idea is not but and also if the people can contribute with a small amount for the feature that they want at the end we will get a lot, like that everybody can contribute. I think this is a good model.
    Think for a minute, how much people want to have support for multiple languages, if each one contribute with $20 - $50 US dollars at the end of the month we can hire a developer for make this plug-in or integrate this feature on WP and everybody can benefice of this new feature.

  7. Lobo
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    ----Sorry but it was imposible for me to edit the post that is before this one----

    You all right my friends and if I have enough money to pay somebody for make a plug in for me I will do it but this is not the case :( and on the effort to improve WP with the best features I think the poll idea is a good one and also if the people can contribute with a small amount of money for the feature that they want at the end of the day we will get a lot (money/best features), like that everybody can contribute. I think this is a good model.
    Think for a minute, how much people want to have a support for multiple languages, if each one contribute with $20 - $50 US dollars at the end of the month we can hire a developer for make this plug-in or integrate this feature on WP and everybody can benefice of this new feature.

  8. Lobo
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    /////////////////////////////////////////

    here is from where I took this idea:

    http://www.naturaldocs.org/languages.html

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    Getting Full Language Support

    This is the current order in which languages will be getting full support. The order is roughly determined by the total donation amount, then the number of votes, and then the language’s general importance. It’s not an absolute formula � a large number of one thing can override something else. For example, C++ and Java’s very high prominence overrides the vote counts, but a high total donation amount could override even them. A particularly high total donation amount would cause me to start working on that language immediately.

    You vote by sending me an e-mail telling me which language you want me to give full support to. You donate towards a language by donating to the project and filling in the “Donate towards a language?� field on the second page. You can split it any way you want, and it can be refunded at any point before serious work starts on that language.

    * C/C++ (High importance, $45 in donations, 14 votes)
    * Ada ($120 in donations, 5 votes)
    * Java (High importance, 3 votes)
    * PHP (10 votes)
    * Pascal (8 votes)
    * Python (5 votes)
    * PL/SQL (4 votes)
    * Visual Basic (3 votes)
    * ColdFusion (3 votes)
    * JavaScript (2 votes)
    * D (2 votes)
    * Fortran (2 votes)
    * C# 2.0 (1 vote)

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