The sLaNGjIs Team Schism.
They Live… but?
One of our Lead Developer, present since 2013 at the summer of 2017, has decided to continue his adventure independently, leaving the team.
Congratulations brother, we will miss you so much: it will not be easy to find “his heir” with the same skills of planning, analysis, and genius in the identification of a new project to be developed.
A schism is a division between people, usually belonging to an organization, movement, or religious denomination. The word is most frequently applied to a split in what had previously been a single religious body, such as the East–West Schism or the Great Western Schism. It is also used of a split within a non-religious organization or movement or, more broadly, of a separation between two or more people, be it brothers, friends, lovers, etc. A schismatic is a person who creates or incites schism in an organization or who is a member of a splinter group. Schismatic as an adjective means pertaining to a schism or schisms, or to those ideas, policies, etc. that are thought to lead towards or promote schism.
Transients are awesome, but there are some important things to watch out for:
- Transients are a type of cache, not data storage
- Transients aren’t always stored in the database, nor as options
- Transients have a maximum age, not a guaranteed expiration
- Transients can disappear at any time, and you cannot predict when this will occur
All Plugin download location was moved to GitHub: please update your bookmarks. All links on this site is updated plese review it!
All Plugins and Themes of this Team was no longer developed on
wordpress.org but only on github.com
The new stats from WordPress.org for plugin WP Missed Schedule of sLaNGjIs Team: 275.000+ Downloads and 90.000+ Active Installs. Big satisfaction for a small plugin, which fixes a bug not officially admitted.
WordPress Plugin WP Missed Schedule is Secunia Certified Zero Advisories and Vulnerabilities.
WP Missed Schedule Secunia Advisories and Vulnerabilities
Failed run when a good post goes to future …
When thou go, i shall watch for thee;
When thou absent, i shall reschedule for thee;
When thou think, i shall republish for thee.
Schedule run, but count the cost: the Post’s won, but the Missed is lost!