It was quite a pleasant surprise when I checked my mails and found a message where someone offered help on my WordPress Plugin WP-BlackCheck: Taulant Ceka sent me the albanian translation, which I’m cheerfully adding to the current release. Enjoy.
Spam changed – mostly the trackback and pingback stuff started to get annoying – maybe a sign of the upcoming vacations? The situation on site here forced me to adapt my plugin. The changes so far: Fix of the Update Notifications Ineffective Traps have been removed Trackback/Pingback Checks improved
The last version had a small bug which I did overlook. However – it’s corrected now.
After having to suffer a nice spam attack against this blog serving about 3000 comments per hour, my Blacklist started to grow and I did wreck my braincells about some ideas on how to make my plugin a little more effective. But what’s effective at all? To be able to answer this question, I started to implement statistics […]
Quite some time passed since the last update of this plugin – but honestly, there isn’t much to do since it just works. I pushed out the last style fixes to reflect the changes of wordpress and its admin pages. The rest of the changes happened at the translation files which shouldn’t be that big.
The new version of my Plugin just got committed and that’s the changelog: Update notification optional – you can switch nagging off Known Problems got renamed to FAQ E-Mail Notification for new Spam – a rather hackish solution for now, but works Style adaption