To reach more readers the following post is in english (Um mehr Leser zu erreichen, ist der folgende Beitrag in englisch).
Since summer 2004 I am using Wordpress as my personal blogging plattfrom. Despite the fact that I am not a big friend of their release politics and also of the qualitiy of testing they are doing before packaging a new release, I do enjoy the possibilities of highly customizing the Wordpress base system by installing plugins. Every now and then I come up with some new ideas of how my blog should work. Finding a plugin that satisfies all my needs in such a case isn’t easy all the time and often enough I find a plugin with a great idea but some flaws, too. Almost all of my plugins are born out of the situation to fix the flaws:
Post Restrictions plugin for Wordpress
The Post Restrictions plugin shows private posts to other users if at least one of the user’s capabilities meets one of the post’s capabilities.
Exec-PHP plugin for Wordpress
The Exec-PHP plugin allows
tags inside your posts and pages to execute the code inside of it just like you normally write and run code inside of any PHP file.
Comvatars plugin for Wordpress
The Comvatars plugin shows avatar images on user comments to uniquely identify the author of a comment much like various bulletin board systems do.
Some of my plugins are discontinued for various reasons. They are listed here just for historical reasons and as a reference:
Gravatars-Addendum plugin for Wordpress
Use Comvatars plugin for Wordpress instead
Plugins-Used plugin branch
Use Plugins Used instead
Post Levels plugin branch
Use Post Restrictions plugin for Wordpress instead
The Oracle plugin for Wordpress
Use some other randomize plugin listed in the Wordpress plugins database