123 Flash Chat WordPress Plugin can be used to create your own chat room in WordPress. It allows you to insert a chat room to your sidebar.
LinkXL enables you to monetize your blog, automatically. Once you install the plugin, we handle the rest! LinkXL has relationships with digital agencies, large corporations and other link building companies who are looking for high-quality and relevant ads for their clients’ goods and services.
My Foursquare makes it easy to show off your Foursquare badges and mayorships on your WordPress blog. It shows up as a widget in your WordPress sidebar. You can customize the widget to display your badges, mayorships, last checkin venue, and a map of your last checkin.
DukaPress is an open source and free to use e-commerce platform. With DukaPress you can quickly and easily set up a fully featured online shop which can be used to sell digital or physical goods to customers all over the world.
eShop is an accessible shopping cart plugin for WordPress, packed with various features.
Fast and Secure Contact Form for WordPress lets your visitors send you a quick E-mail message and blocks all common spammer tactics.
HTML5 Player Plugin for WordPress allows bloggers to embed video and audio using the respective HTML 5 tags with Flowplayer as fallback, for example if a web browser doesn’t render HTML 5 video or audio, it will use Flowplayer (Flash) for that web browser.
Photo Galleria is an elegant photo slideshow plugin for WordPress that comes with three designs: Classic, Dots, Lightbox. The Photo Galleria plugin filters the default WordPress gallery shortcode and replaces it with an elegant jQuery-powered gallery.
SEO Ultimate gives you control over title tags, noindex/nofollow, meta tags, rich snippets, slugs, canonical tags, autolinks, 404 errors, rich snippets, and much more.
WPtouch automatically transforms your WordPress blog into an iPhone application-style theme, complete with ajax loading articles and effects, when viewed from an iPhone, iPod touch, Android, Opera Mini, Palm Pre and BlackBerry Storm mobile devices.
Ten days ago, I asked if we should consider using the new plugin installer tool in future plugin digests. The poll is now closed and the final tally is 63.24% (86 votes) in favor of the convenient installer links, 15.44% (21 votes) against, and 21.32% (29 votes) don’t mind either way.
Though the poll was largely in favor of the installer links, I’ve decided to postpone my usage of them until a later date due to a valid concern over a third-party site (us) linking directly to an installer. I believe that this issue is further complicated by the fact that the plugin installer tool is currently hosted at Mark Jaquith’s coveredwebservices.com. Therefore, I plan to revisit this particular question when the plugin installer tool has been moved to WordPress.org later this year.