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  1. Denise

    Thanks so much for this article, Sarah. I’m glad to learn about Bowe’s community.

    I operate a community for family caregivers–individuals who care for a family member with a chronic illness. I love Bowe’s idea for a plugin that notifies the community of a hospitalization. I would love to use this, too, because I try to keep track of my members who have a family member in the hospital. Just wanted to let Bowe know that there are probably many more uses for his plugins than he envisioned.

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  2. Bowe Frankema

    Hi Denise,

    Thank you for the kind words! The plan is to release all of our plugins back into the community. Our ultimate goal would be release a bundle of plugins + theme to let people start health-related communities on WordPress without having to learn the ins and outs of WordPress.

    It’s awesome to read you’re using WordPress for a good cause too, and I’d happily keep you updated about our progress! Sign up to our mailing list (http://eepurl.com/JsHFj) or donate on IndieGogo (http://igg.me/at/cfcommunity/x/765375) to automatically receive updates :-)

    Good luck with building your community!

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