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  1. Peter Cralen

    I checked some of these plugins some weeks ago and like them. Small, focused and usefull without any junk.
    I just don’t understant the whole story around these plugins (stutter, fox, github .org ), it looks like the opposite to these simply plugins :)
    Wish the best with all these ;)

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  2. Frankie Jarrett

    Way to go, JJJ! I love the focus and simplicity of these plugins. Should be an inspiration for all plugin devs.

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  3. Jason Lemieux

    WP Chosen is not only the cream of the crop here… it’s nearly the cream of the repo as far as I’m concerned. I’ve already gotten a ton of mileage out of it in the last few months.

    tldr; Modifies all wp-admin dropdowns (posts.php etc) and turns them into searchable fields. Awesome if you are digging for that long lost post or user.

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  4. Vikash Sharma

    Hi Sarah,

    Thank you for sharing the info about these awesome plugin. I have tried WP Term Images and this is an awesome plugin to assign images to any category. I liked it very much

    Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. Brajesh Singh

    Just wanted to Thank JJJ here.
    I used a few of stuttter plugins in one of my projects couple of weeks ago, they make developers life easy.
    Thank you JJJ and thank you Sarah for bringing it to public :)

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  6. Sami Keijonen

    What can I say, these are great plugins. Thanks!

    I was wondering why the WP Term Images needs WP Term Meta when term meta arrived in Core?

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    • Stefano

      Me too,
      I think that all the Term-* plugins were developed before the latest WP release.
      Could be awesome if they will be soon updated so that they doesn’t create any new table at all

      Stefano

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  7. Sebastien Dumont

    Simplicity is always the best and most rewarding. Thank you for sharing them and well done Mr. Jacoby for your hard work.

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  8. DWL

    There are several of these plugins that do not indicate if they are multi-site compatible. Can we get a list – maybe of the ones that aren’t? Or better yet, just update all the readme files on GitHub to indicate?

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