The long awaited release of Podcasting 2.0 has arrived! In this release, we have done the following:
- Podcasting is now supported by Spiral Web Consulting.
- Corrects feed URL issues when a category with the name “podcast” existed. Note: Due to this change, the URL for format feeds has changed slightly.
- Fixes a bug that prevented new enclosures from being added.
- Converts Podcasting to a class-based plugin. This will make adding new features easier.
- Drastically improves new/edit enclosure interface to conform with WordPress 2.7 design standards.
- Adds an option to disable WordPress’ automatic enclosing of file URLs.
- Allows HTML to be entered in the text fields surrounding players.
- Adds an option to use the video player for audio files.
- Adds support for handling 404 error situations more gracefully.
For more information on Podcasting 2.0, please check out the Podcasting section of Spiral Web Consulting’s new plugin site.
Google Analyticator 3.0 has also been released! In this release, we have done the following:
- Google Analyticator is now supported by Spiral Web Consulting.
- Corrects bugs preventing both external and download link tracking from working.
- Adds settings to configure the external and download link tracking prefixes.
- Changes the way disabling admin tracking works. Now uses a line of code instead of removing the tracking code altogether. This will allow features like the site overlay to work.
For more information on Google Analyticator 3.0, please check out the Google Analyticator section of Spiral Web Consulting’s new plugin site.
I would also like to announce the release of our newest plugin, SVN Tweet. SVN Tweet is a newly developed Beanstalk to Twitter Web API. This script is developed specifically for using the Beanstalk Web Hooks integration technique. This script will take the information given by Beanstalk from every commit message, strip unnecessary characters, and then pass the correct message to Twitter. This will eliminate extra characters that may be submitted to Twitter by Beanstalk using their normal Twitter integration. This will also allow more of the actual commit message to be displayed because of Twitter’s 140-character limit.
If you like these plugins, feel free to assist us in supporting these plugins by using our new User-to-User Support Forum.