Mailing Lists

My WordPress plugins seem to be popular. Until now, I’ve been running support through blog comments, but there’s no way I can keep up. I’ve set up a couple of mailing lists, one for each plugin. It’s much easier for me to reply to an e-mail than to deal with blog comments, so hopefully I’ll be able to catch up.

Both lists are set to ‘subscribers only’, so sign up before you start posting.

The lists’ e-mail addresses are

I’m sorry that I’ve not been able to reply to support requests for the last couple of months. Work is really hectic, and I’ve been rebuilding my kitchen.

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  1. anatsuno said,

    2 January, 2006 @ 18:18


    I installed EventCalendar today to use on the latest version of WP and was getting some errors, so I dug a bit to find what it was due to. Turns out there’s a typo in a MySQL request somewhere, or a column name that doesn’t exist anymore in the new WP: the script was looking for “u.usernickname AS author” instead of “u.usernicename AS author” – there are two occurences of the typo in SELECTs.

    Thought you’d like to know. Thank you for a great plugin! :)


  2. anatsuno said,

    2 January, 2006 @ 18:19

    oops, I didn’t think the underscores would be used for formatting – sorry about that!

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