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Competition going once, going twice . . .

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WordPress Plugin Competition

We have received forty two entries into the WordPress Plugin Competition 2009 and we will continue to receive entries till the end of the day today. Please submit your entries as soon as possible. Instructions and submission email as posted previously.

We need your votes to help us choose the winners of the competition. As soon as we stop receiving entries, they will be tallied and passed on to the judges. We like to give the judges a few weeks to get their work done. In the meantime, our readers need to help us rate each of the plugins. So if you have not done so already, please head over to the Pluginblog and look through the many plugins that have been submitted. Don’t forget to come back and provide some feedback for the plugin authors and then rate their work.

Thanks again to all the sponsors and well wishers who have made the competition a reality this year.

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  1. Keith Dsouza (82 comments.) says:

    Wohooo looking forward to the winners this year, too bad have not been qualified to be a judge :-P

  2. Alphawolf (6 comments.) says:

    We need your votes to help us choose the winners of the competition.

    So the number of ratings do have an effect on how the competition turns out?

  3. gestroud (4 comments.) says:

    Just a suggestion, but it might be a little easier to go through all of the submissions if the full posts weren’t displayed in the home page and subsequent pages. IMO, there’s way too much scrolling to do to review them all, even if I had time to. Maybe just show the first two paragraphs for each post with a “Read more…” link.

    Right now, it seems like too much information is being presented, with too many images and too many different font sizes. I have a hard time telling where one post ends and the next one begins.

    • Mark says:

      That is a good point. We might put together something specific for the front page but will not happen right away.



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