Add a ribbon to the top right corner of your WordPress site to protest against the UK's Draft Communications Data bill.
In short, very easily. But before you read any further, take a look at Asking For WordPress Plugin Help And Support Without Tears before firing off a question. In order of preference, you can ask a question on the WordPress support forum; this is by far the best way so that other users can follow the conversation. You can ask me a question on Twitter; I'm @vicchi. Or you can drop me an email instead. I can't promise to answer your question but I do promise to answer and do my best to help.
Absolutely. Go to the WP Stop UK Communications Data Bill Ribbon home page for the latest information. There's also the official WordPress plugin repository page and the source for the plugin is on GitHub as well.
Not at the moment, no. If you want to create your own ribbon graphic, there's a blank template image, located in
images/template-ribbon.png that you can use as a starting point. The best way of implementing this would have been for me to build the ribbon graphic purely in CSS, which is possible using the latest CSS browser extensions, but this doesn't work consistently across all browsers nor is it supported across the widest possible range of browsers.
Not at the moment, no. At least not without changing the source code of the plugin; look for the definition of the
WPSTOPCDB_LINK_URL constant in
wp-stop-cdb.php at around line 31. This may be a configurable option in a future release of the plugin.
Totally; this plugin is licensed under the GNU General Public License v2 (GPLV2). See http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.txt for the full license terms.