WP Glossary WordPress Plugin Moves To GitHub

I’ve had a few enquiries about the ability to contribute to the WP Glossary plugin. No doubt this is due to my inactivity. Work, money, family, pets and all that stuff that makes up my simple life has meant there has been no time for any fun home projects. One thing suffering is WP Glossary.

It strikes me that, and probably many others, that GitHub is ideally suited for exactly such a thing as a WordPress plugin. I followed the instructions on a gist by kasparsd and viola, it is done.

GitHub Link: https://github.com/tcbarrett/WP-Glossary

I have never dealt with any kind of pull / clone / whatever requests. Nor have I played with branching on git. I dipped my toes in the subversion branch pool (does that scan?) and was frightened. So, please be kind.

If there’s still anyone out there who hasn’t lost patience with me and wants to add their bit, please do feel free. Just remember I’m still on a learning curve.

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TCBarrett

Open Source Architect (Web Geek)