Support » Plugin: Easy Updates Manager » Apparently, Not Supported Anymore

  • Apparently, support for this plugin has ceased.

    I’ve used it for several years and never had a day of trouble with it. Then in just the last two days, it has stopped working on any of my 6 sites spread over 3 servers and two web hosting companies. ALL sites now have plugins that have gone without updates for more than 2 days.

    Also, looking around at the developer’s github, the last major activity seems to have been from 2 years ago. It also hasn’t been updated in the last 2 months, when I think it used to be updated more often than that.

    Sad, but understandable. I really wish these app developers could charge us all like $2 a year. That would be great money for them (they have over 200,000 downloads) and it would make it so they could do this as a sustainable business.

    Looks like it’s time to find a new one.

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  • Plugin Author David Anderson

    (@davidanderson)

    Hi Jon,

    > Apparently, support for this plugin has ceased.

    Support is available as usual in the support forum; please do post there: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/stops-core-theme-and-plugin-updates/ .

    > Also, looking around at the developer’s github, the last major activity seems to have been from 2 years ago.

    The plugin is not developed in Github. The changelog is available in the standard location for WordPress plugins, here – https://wordpress.org/plugins/stops-core-theme-and-plugin-updates/#developers , and continues to be developed and see new features released. Release dates are driven by readiness of the features involved.

    > I really wish these app developers could charge us all like $2 a year.

    There’s a Premium version on sale at: https://easyupdatesmanager.com/ . There’s also a “Donate” link on the right of the wordpress.org plugin page in the standard location and all are free to donate. Across the plugins I maintain, the average take-up rate for donations is around 1 donation per 500,000 users per year.

    David

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