I've just released a new version of Bluetrait Event Viewer for WordPress.
The main new feature is an email alert option on Successful/Failed Logins. I've also updated some of the HTML to improve the display of the events widget.
This plugin has been downloaded almost 7000 times, which I think is pretty cool
From going over the WordPress stats I think there are about 2000 active copies of the plugin running around the world.
Well it looks like WordPress 2.0 is no longer going to be supported, so it is probably about time to rewrite some of my plugins to use some of the new WordPress developer features such as better database security.
I wonder when they're going to drop php 4...
I've been hard at work on Bluetrait 2.1 and have now successfully got events to sync up to a master Bluetrait install.
So I've decided that the Bluetrait Event Viewer needed some love and have been working on a new WordPress plugin called Bluetrait Connector.
This plugin will allow a WordPress install to connect via SOAP to a Bluetrait server.
Basically using Bluetrait 2.1 + Bluetrait Event Viewer 1.9 and Bluetrait Connector you will be able to sync events from a WordPress install to Bluetrait.
I plan to have a beta release of these three programs this weekend :)
Bluetrait Event Viewer 1.8.1 is now out. This version fixes a few bugs found in 1.8.
I've got a few ideas for BTEV 2. I'm hoping to start on it soonish, although we'll have to see about time.
I just installed WordPress 2.0.11 to test BTEV (yes it still supports 2.0) and wow, it is so much cleaner and quicker than WordPress 2.5.
The next version of WordPress is going to have Google Gears support, which is cool but shows how bloated WordPress has become.
Bluetrait Event Viewer 1.8 is now out.
Version 1.8 has updated styling to match WordPress 2.5 and also adds an RSS feed for recent events.
I also got an email from Ozgreg yesterday (one of the developers who writes WPG2) saying that they now use BTEV for debugging and unit testing for their plugin, awesome!
Bluetrait Event Viewer (BTEV) is a plugin I wrote for WordPress that adds an event viewer similar to the one found in Bluetrait 1 and 2.
Version 1.5 now includes an auto prune function to remove old events.
BTEV seems pretty popular, it has almost reached 700 downloads off the WordPress site.
Up until now it wasn't really possible to this with a plugin nicely. WordPress 2.2 has added an API hook that although not relevant to the Dashboard it is in the right place!
So I've created a simple plugin, which you can download here, that removes the RSS feeds. Please note it requires WordPress 2.2.