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Last Day for Plugin Competition

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Today is the last day to submit entries to the WordPress Plugin Competition. We will accept entries till 11:59 PM EST tonight. A little leeway will be allowed because of time differences across the world. However we will not accept any entries that come in tomorrow. Please make sure that all entrants are registered on the Plugin Competition Blog and have written at least one post about their plugin entry If you find a bug, please resend your entry. A plugin that crashes and burns in a fatal error on install is quite a downer to your chances at winning the competition. Please send in your entries before the deadline to wpplugincomp [at] wltc [dot] net with the subject line as “WP Plugin Competition: Plugin Name“ There are over $3800 in prizes to be won in this competition Over 40 plugins have been announced so far. We have received a […]

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WordPress Plugin Competition: Send in your entries

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Less than 5 days remain for the close of the WordPress Plugin Competition. Please send in your entries before the deadline to *****@****.net with the subject line as “WP Plugin Competition: Plugin Name“. Have you signed up at the Plugin Competition Blog? If you haven’t yet done so then please signup there and send an email to the same address above with the subject line “Author Permission: Username” and we will give you the necessary access to make the post. There is over $3800 in prizes to be won. Do you wish to sponsor a prize? Please use the contact form to let us know.

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Uber unique Prize for Plugin Competition

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Kym Huynh is a songwriter and is writing a song about WordPress (just for fun I have been told) and has offered to write a song and record it professionally in a studio for the winner of the WordPress Plugin Competition! What an amazing prize! I love it when WordPress Samaritans offer their thanks in their own way. It has been added to the growing list of prizes for the competition. Thank you Kym! For those that have not noticed, we have eleven plugins entered/announced for the plugin competition already, with many more in the works. Have you signed up yet?

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$3500+ purse for WordPress Plugin Competition

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. . . and growing! We have had a couple of really large (Thanks to Matt and Automattic for their generous contributions towards the competition) and some smaller donations towards the final set of prizes for the plugin competition with the total purse standing at over $3500 dollars. Thanks to everyone who has donated money and time towards the competition to help make it a success. The community really appreciates your involvement. We continue to look for donations and sponsors to make the pot sweeter. This is your chance to not only showcase your work to the WordPress community but to also win fabulous cash prizes. If you are planning on releasing a plugin for the competition, head over to the plugin competition blog, register yourself and post about your plugin there. We have had a spat of registrations but the number of announcements on the blog has been much […]

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WordPress Plugin Competition Prizes

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The WordPress Plugin Competition is in full swing. A lot of people have expressed interest in participating in the competition and some prizes have already been committed. As in the years past, the plugin competition prizes will be listed on the prize page. But here is a short list of what is in store for the winners. Weblog Tools Collection is offering up $1000 of prize money for the winners James and Andrew from Incsub have offered up $250 for a plugin that is WPMU compatible. They add that WPMU plugins are not that dissimilar to regular plugins, but need to run automatically and efficiently via wp-content/mu-plugins and require users to make no hard code changes (just edits in Settings) and for global administration to be possible via the Site Admin menu. Geof F. Morris has generously offered $100 towards the competition WindowsObserver.com has provided a copy of Tom Clancy’s […]

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Calling all Plugin Authors

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We’re one month into the plugin competition, so I thought I should write in and ask you how plugin development is going on? Are you ready with a plugin? If so, then it is time to create an entry on the Plugin Competition Blog. If you do not have author access then create an account and contact us to upgrade your account. Don’t forget to mention the plugin page on your site. Are you still hunting for ideas? Take a look at a post I made a while back. Need some questions answered? Ask away Looking to sponsor the competition or donate some prize money? Please contact us. Donating money is easy and quick and it helps out the WordPress community. Remember we have just another month to go before the end of the plugin competition.

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WordPress Plugin Competition Q&A

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How do I start writing on the Plugin Blog and submit my ideas for feedback from readers? After you have registered yourself on the Plugin Blog or if you already have a registration but do not have author permissions, please contact us with your details and a little information about the plugin(s) you are planning to enter into the competition and we will enable your account. This is a security precaution and we apologize for any inconvenience. When should I submit my plugin? We recommend that you submit your plugin to us at the end of the competition. This will give you enough time to test the plugin for any bugs and resolve them. You will have time to look into feature requests from your visitors. This will also ensure that you don’t need to submit multiple bugfixes to us. We prefer receiving a single final version for our records. […]

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Getting ready for WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5

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Good day. I am Ajay D’Souza. I blog at http://ajaydsouza.com/ and http://techtites.com/. Those of you who have been following this blog for more than a year may remember my daily release posts as well as the A-Plugin-A-Day series. MBA life has kept me busy since then, but that’s another story. As part of my new assignment out here, I’ll be looking after the Plugin Competition. I’ll be maintaining the WordPress Plugin Competition Blog as well as making weekly posts both here and at the Competition Blog. With the WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5 beginning today, I thought I’d just write in with a few tips on making your entry. Firstly, read the rules to be followed are listed in the post. Please make sure that your entry does not break any of them. Getting Inspired One of the important rules that we have is that the plugins should be new, i.e. […]

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Announcing WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5

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It is time for another WordPress Plugin Competition. Plugin competitions of the past have seen fantastic code, extremely useful and fun plugins and have generated a lot of interest in WordPress and plugin development. Prizes have been very generously donated by readers and well wishers and we already have some donations towards this year’s competition and are looking for more. The final list of prizes will be determined very soon. If you would like to sponsor a prize or donate some money to the competition, please contact me. Lots of eyes see these competitions and your encouragement goes a long way in helping provide incentives. The plugin competition will begin on the 10th of May and will last till the 10th of July. There will be prizes for first, second and third places and a consolation prize. The plugins should be officially submitted through email and the Plugin Competition Blog […]

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