1. Andy Stratton

    I really enjoy the autosuggest and some of the other AJAX/RSS features.

    This is eerily similar to my tool, WPLookup http://wplookup.com — you can see it’s favicon in the screen shot of Firefox in this post.

    I launched this last month and released a second version last week. I suggest checking it out if you’re interested in these types of tools.

    In the spirit of open source, I like it, esp. if it wasn’t a borrowed idea ;p


  2. Jeffro

    @Andy Stratton – I remember seeing the conversation on the hackers mailing list regarding wplookup and I think your service along with something else, can’t remember the name was also discussed in that topic. In fact, they were talking more about the other service than yours. But, I do have WPLookup added as a search engine in my FireFox :)


  3. Oliver Schlöbe

    Hey Jeffro, thanks for featuring my little service!

    @Andy Stratton – I have to admit that when I published my service mid last month I didnt even know your service, but then noticed your service when bloggers wrote about mine and compared it to yours.

    As for the spirit of open source and now that there’s two services of this kind, do you see a possibility to collaborate in any way to even increase the convenience for WP plugin/theme authors? :)


  4. Jeffro

    @Oliver Schlöbe – You’re welcome. As you can see, I use both resources for my needs and as far as I’m concerned, the more the merrier.


  5. Oliver Schlöbe

    As a quick follow-up:

    I just finished two things that should add some more value for WordPress developers:

    – A basic API: http://wpseek.com/api/
    – An Ubiquity plugin to lookup any WordPress function with Firefox & Ubiquity: http://wpseek.com/ubiquity/


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