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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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Winners – WordPress Plugin Competition

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The following are the results for the WordPress Plugin Competition, in reverse order. Consolation Prize The consolation prize winner is Ozh for Who Sees Ads. WhoSeesAds is a wonderfully useful plugin that lets WordPress users determine whe sees the ads on your blog. Ozh wins hosting from Pajama Mommy and a free 48″ wallhog from Wallhogs.com Third Prize The third prize winner is Keith Dsouza for WordPress Automatic Upgrade which lets you automatically upgrade WordPress from your admin interface with this Plugin. Keith wins a Baby Hosting Plan for 1 year (Valued at $134.40) from Hostgator, a copy of Translator Pro 5.0 and $200 in cash. Second Prize The second prize winner is Barry for MyDashboard. MyDashboard lets you customize your WordPress Dashboard with this plugin and lots of cool gadgets. This plugin also makes the Dashboard skinnable. Barry wins a Swamp Hosting Plan for 1 year (Valued at $194.40) […]

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Plugin Competition Last Day

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July 31st, 2007
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Today is the last day of the WordPress Plugin Competition. So today is the last day for you to submit plugins to the competition. If you were planning on submitting a plugin, please email the final version of the code to mark at wltc dot net. I must receive your code by the end of today for your plugin to be eligible as an entry into the competition. If you, as a plugin user, have not checked out the competition entries and tried out some of the incredible plugins, head over there right away. Once you have downloaded and used the plugins, make sure you come back to the competition and rate the plugins that you have used. Your ratings will go a long way in helping us determine the best entries into the competition. Thanks again to all the sponsors and donors that have made this competition a reality.

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WordPress Plugin Competition Updates

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July 23rd, 2007
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The WordPress Plugin Competition is rapidly headed towards a fantastic close. If you were planning on entering a plugin, get registered on the Plugin Competition Blog and post your entry there. Remember, in order to be considered as an entry into the competition, you have to post an entry on the blog and send in the final code to me via email by July 31st. Some fantastic entries have already been released for the competition and we have about $1000 in cash and other cool sponsored prizes. Thanks to all the sponsors and the donors. There is still time to throw in a few bucks to help sweeten the pot (look for the ChipIn Widget). I have also added a rating feature for the entries on the Competition Blog. If you have not rated your favorite plugins, head over to the Plugin Competition Blog and help decide the best plugins. […]

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WordPress Plugin Competition Updates

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The WordPress Plugin Competition is going strong with 15 plugins announced and actively being developed and at least five more in the works. I am hoping that more developers will throw their hats into the arena in the next couple of weeks. Remember the last date of the competition is the 31st of July. That means that if you are planning to enter the competition, you will need to have submitted your plugin to me via email by the end of that day. I have added a ChipIn widget to the competition blog to collect donations for prizes and I thank every sponsor and donor. We have some really great sponsors for the competition and so far the prizes are eclectic and pretty cool. We have also collected almost $900 $1000 from various donors as prizes for the competition. I am hesitant to put together the final three sets of […]

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Announcing WordPress Plugin Competition 2.0

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May 24th, 2007
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Is everyone ready for another WordPress Plugin Competition? I know I am, especially with all the cool stuff going on around WordPress development, this would be a good time to get the ball rolling again. This time I have some help (thanks Ajay), more readers, maybe some more sponsors, more prizes and we hope to see lots of good code, fun projects, meet lots of nice people and help the WordPress community along the way. Prizes will be determined very soon. If you would like to sponsor a prize, 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 1st of June and will last till the end of July. Rather than categories for prizes, this time we will do a multi level judging for a first second and third place. The plugins […]

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