Support » Plugin: Recommended Links for WordPress » [Plugin: Recommended Links for WordPress] Ambitious project yet premature in release

  • There’s a lot left to be desired about this plugin. The concept is quite good, but in an effort to just push the code out, there are lots of factors that are missing. Really don’t see a point of using this plugin the way it is right now.

    If I were you, i’d spend more time to provide more installation information and customization.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/recommended-links/

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  • Plugin Author goldenapples

    (@goldenapples)

    I appreciate the feedback, and yes, this is probably not so useful for most people in its current state. I implemented something like this (but very specifically customized) a couple years ago on a site I built, and since then I’ve heard people asking how to do something similar. Just wanted to push out this plugin as a framework to build upon and demonstrate how this kind of functionality can be achieved.

    I will work on regularly updating the plugin and adding features; I just wanted to put it in the hands of a few users so I could get feedback on what features were most important.

    Options, customization, support for tagging, and user levels (karma based, and permissions-based) are all next on the agenda. I’ll keep adding a feature or two every week, until either (a) the plugin is stable, useful, and complete, (b) someone else develops a demonstrably better solution, or (c) it becomes obvious that no one is interested…

    ilushkin

    (@ilushkin)

    I agree. This is the great project, but is not ready for release.

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