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  • Plugin Author Roy Tanck

    (@roytanck)

    Thank you for this suggestion. I’m afraid that would be somewhat complicated to build. The plugin uses Javascript to “throttle” calls to wordpress.org’s plugin API. When recent data is not available for some (or all) plugins, the script fires off calls one-by-one, waiting until a previous call’s data arrives before firing the next. This is why you can the lines update sometimes.

    Since there’s not always a complete set of data in the database (there may in fact be no data at all), supplying the data to wp-cli would require doing something similar in PHP. Either that, or a manual action (refreshing in wp-admin) would be required before usign wp-cli.

    Of course, you could use the CSV export to process further (locally?).

    Thread Starter roundaboutweb

    (@roundaboutweb)

    I was afraid of this.
    The plugin is already good, but I need a way to monitor many pages this way in one dashboard. For a single page this plugin is very good and an enrichment.

    Plugin Author Roy Tanck

    (@roytanck)

    Wouldn’t a good management dashboard like InfiniteWP/ManageWP/etc be an option? There’s a couple of nice options out there. They won’t provide all the details my plugin does, but they’re very handy for checking up on lots of sites.

    Thread Starter roundaboutweb

    (@roundaboutweb)

    Of course I am familiar with these solutions, but in many points they do not meet my requirements. Therefore I have my own solution, which deliberately works without a plugin. Therefore I am still looking for exactly this evaluation possibility to optimize my solution.

    Nevertheless many thanks and still much success.

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