This month I changed PDF filenames, fixed various issues including lazy-loading images with Avada, and wrote about my vision for Print My Blog Pro
How Funding WordPress Plugin Development Entirely Through Donations Has Gone, and What I’m Doing Next
This month post titles in printouts were improved, there are more options for hyperlinks in printouts, there was a lot of code cleanup, and I have more accurate active install growth to report.
Active Installs took a hit upon release of version 2.0 and front end print buttons, but there were lots of new features and donations nearly doubled.
This is my 3rd monthly transparency report for Print My Blog WordPress plugin. What Happened in June 2019 Open Collective Stats Hours: 18.5 (+3.5) support 26 (+3.5) copy writing 53.5 (+7) development 6.5 (+0) management Expenses: $3588.91 (+470.40) Donations: $40 (+0) Plugin Stats Downloads: 5, 771 (+1177) Active Installs: ~500 (+100) Languages: 3 (+1) Five […]
Stats and discussion about April’s progress developing the WordPress plugin Print My Blog. Benefits other plugin devs, plugin users, and (let’s be honest) myself.
Have you ever been on a WordPress.org plugin page, and seen a link saying “Donate to this plugin”? You probably didn’t click it. Nearly none of us do. But why not? You probably think you should, but something is preventing you. In this article, I explore the reasons we rarely donate to software we depend on, and what can be done about it.
Where Did This Come From? I was previously putting my weekly updates for Print My Blog, the WordPress plugin, on the Open Collective page. But I don’t think anyone saw them (although I wasn’t sure, I didn’t have access to any analytics), it didn’t seem as usable from my phone (which is important when I […]