• Got on a search for something like this after one of my websites was going belly-up periodically, and turned out it was caused by a wayyyyy old news ticker plugin. I have a plugin to monitor when my plugins need updates, but duh didn’t even think about how i should catch plugins that are never updated! This is just what i was looking for to keep me informed in future. And the kind of plugin i like: does one thing, and does it well.

    I didn’t notice any lag at all on loading the plugins page right after install (lag has been reported as – of course – it has to make connection to wordpress.org to check each plugin).

    Four stars, only because would like to see a recent “Last Updated:” date, and a “Compatible up to:” current WordPress version. (Even though it is simple enough that will probably work for a long time to come, it would be more reassuring if itself it has these — that’s the point, right? 😀 )

    This is the kind of thing WordPress should be doing, instead of bloated stuff like customizer and jetpack :/

    Thanks for this!

    • This topic was modified 7 years, 2 months ago by wpwalker.
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