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Feature #1718

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Plugin Request - Live Journal Importer

Added by scott voth over 10 years ago. Updated over 10 years ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority name:
Normal
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Category name:
WordPress (misc)
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Start date:
2012-03-11
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% Done:

0%

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Description

QUESTIONS FOR THE PERSON REQUESTING THE PLUGIN/THEME [generally this means Matt or a community facilitator]
- What's the name of the plugin/theme? Live Journal Importer http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/livejournal-importer/
- [plugins] In a few words, what does it do? Allows user to import export files from Live Journal

- How is the plugin/theme different from what's already provided on the Commons? It specifically targets members wanting to import from Live Journal
- What's the potential impact? Who will use it? I don't think there will be any potential impact. Members wanting to move their Live Journal content to the Commons would use it.

- Who initially made the request? [sometimes Matt is passing along requests from members, sometimes suggesting something he found himself] Matt
- Who is the plugin author- Unclear – seems like part of WordPress
- Say a little bit about the release history and popularity of the plugin. How many times has it been downloaded? When was it last updated? [The idea behind these last two questions is that I'm more likely to look favorably on plugins that are less likely to be abandoned]In WordPress.org, plugin seems to be popular – 20,000 downloads - and has gone through four releases - most current is 0.4.
QUESTIONS FOR THE REVIEWING DEVELOPER [generally me]
- Maintenance: Given the data above, how likely is it that the plugin is going to be abandoned by the developer?
- Security: Scan for XSS and DB vulnerabilities [How? Is there a better way than doing it by hand? Anyone have a script that greps for things like 'echo $' and "INSERT "? I chatted a bit with Mark Jaquith in Phoenix and it sounds like he just has a list of things he searches for. Maybe we should invest in writing something.]
- Redundancy: If this plugin/theme does something that plugins/themes on the site already do, is there enough reason to put it on anyway? Maybe we should migrate users from the older plugin/theme to the new one? How hard would that be?
- Themes: What are the results of the Theme Check? Many of the 'required' warnings I don't care much about - they are wordpress.org nitpicks. But consistent calls to deprecated functions, for instance, could indicate something about the quality of the theme.

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