Solving dependency management in WordPress plugins

I’ve been working on a proof of concept for solving dependency management in WordPress plugins for a while now. It was in a private repository on GitHub, where I would invite some people in to work out the most obvious issues, while keeping it a bit on the down-low (this is a big change, potentially, […]

Making my WordPress plugins require PHP 5.4

I think it’s time to start requiring PHP 5.4 in WordPress plugins. Even though WordPress still requires only PHP 5.2, I think it’s silly to keep telling people to run their websites on software that is no longer maintained for over four years now. With plugins though, we can make up these requirements by ourselves, […]

Premium WordPress plugin developers, can we have access to your version control please?

We’ve been telling customers to always be on the latest and greatest version of everything WordPress related. It has become the de facto answer to any bug report: “Are you running the latest version of plugin x and y?”. That’s fine, for most use cases. But what if I’m in a situation where I can’t […]