InfiniteWP Client
Awesomeness! (9 posts)

  1. brasofilo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Still maturing, but pretty solid and a truly promising community oriented solution.

    ManageWP, you are damn good, but there's a new business model on the block.

    Anyway, there's room for everybody and you, Infinite guys, will surely occupy yours!

    Cheers :)


  2. Vladimir Prelovac
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I believe there is room for all (there are about 20 different services/products in this space, not just two).

    ManageWP offers a premium service, similar to premium and free WordPress themes.

    Maybe you didn't notice, but InfiniteWP is using ManageWP technology and code for their client plugin.

  3. brasofilo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks for updating me with the complete panorama, Vladimir.

    And no, I didn't notice that, another thanks for the correction.

  4. wexler
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've already applied 60+ WordPress websites to the InfiniteWP platform, across multiple servers, without incident and there's plenty more to add. The interface is very versatile and adds several improvements. InfiniteWP's premium plugins will offer even more value.

    The application of GNU General Public Licensing is one of WordPress' success cornerstones. Resources like plugins that are submitted under GNU benefit the WP Community at large.

  5. Paul G.
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes, they benefit the community at large, but is this an example that is in spirit of GPL?

    I personally feel not. ManageWP was in beta a year and that's a lot of work - simply lifting someone eles's work and not being very open/clear about that isn't... cool.

    To each their own though.

  6. brasofilo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Paul, very nice input.

    My post reflects my awe but I didn't go through the history or code of each.

    Do you have links to share that evaluate/analyze that?

  7. wexler
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Gentlemen - I personally checked the source code and they've clearly credited the sources of their code... just as anyone might use jQuery or any other posted open source code applications. Developers have used existing plugins within WordPress and have improved them before... this is no different.

  8. dax702
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm still confused as to what infinitewp actually does. Do all of your sites have to have the same content? Can someone point me to two examples of sites that are running on the same infinitewp plugin? I need to create about a dozen or so sites that are all similar but not exactly the same. Would I use InfiniteWP for this?

  9. msotojr
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Dax no, it lets you manage all your sites, plugins, themes and backups. This is not what your looking for Dax

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