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Our Pledge

Last year we published a pledge on our site, but due to the timing we did not create an announcement post, not wanting to spam our subscribers. To all our users, In a world where plugins can sometimes be a nightmare, we pledge to be a shining light. We pledge to never break your site

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WooCommerce Module Update Released!

Yesterday, WooCommerce version 3.0 was released, and today I’m pleased to announce the release of a long-awaited update for the WooCommerce module. We would have released this update sooner, but we were waiting for WooCommerce 3.0 to be released, due to compatibility concerns. The new version of the module improves compatibility with WooCommerce 3.0 and

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Version 2.3.0 Released

WordPoints version 2.3.0 has just been released, and includes several new features and improvements, in addition to some minor security hardening and a few small bug fixes. First, a small security issue was patched similar to a fix that was made to WordPress itself in version 4.7.3. It was discovered that the Delete Plugins screen

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BuddyPress Module Beta 1

I am pleased to announce the availability of an initial beta version of the long-awaited BuddyPress module. This is one of the most requested integrations so far, but it had taken me a while to finally be able to work on it. But without further ado, here is the link that you can use to

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Version 2.1.4 and 2.2.0 beta 1

If you hadn’t noticed, a bugfix for WordPoints was released a few days ago. WordPoints 2.1.4 fixed a bug in version 2.1, and also included some minor security hardening, thanks to @e3amn2l. The bug that was fixed was an issue with events for publishing posts, pages, and other post types. This issue caused any reactions

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WordPress Compatibility Policy Update

I’ve recently been thinking about the need to standardize WordPoints’s WordPress compatibility policy and release cycle for the benefit of module development. I’ve sort of tried to standardize WordPoints’s release cycle before, but it never really happened. However, the development of many new modules will mean that there will need to be a definite beta

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