I really appreciate all the work provided by the free plugins’ authors to the community. I really do.
Still. I canNOT understand why, especially when it concerns such small plugins as the “WPMS Sidebar Login Widget”, internationalization is NOT taken under consideration right from the start. Out of 7 billion people on this planet, only 328 million speak english. WordPress is an international community and much more when we deal with multisites.
So please, pretty please, to all the precious developers out there.
When writing a plugin and take all this time to think of the code, put it together, publish it to the community. Keep in mind that NOT ALL speak english. Some of us the only english we understand is at the level of Me Tarzan, You Jane.
I hope I don’t sound harsh. This is not my intention. I just had to say it all. So glad I got it off my chest… 🙂
Now for the “WPMS Sidebar Login Widget” in particular. It would be nice for the plugin to pick up (once logged in) the user’s language and not have the displayed messages hardcoded.
Joshmac. Can you please look into it and provide us with a .pot file?
Also please keep in mind that there is another plugin already called “Sidebar Login“. So under settings it gets a bit confusing.