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Move development to GitHub

To make it possible for the community to contribute go with GitHub so we can send you pull requests.

I would love to contribute to the development just give us the easy way for you and us.

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    Christian Foellmann shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Christian Foellmann commented  · 

        @Aaron
        Please have a look my code at
        https://github.com/cfoellmann/post-expirator (corrected meta) &
        https://github.com/cfoellmann/post-expirator/tree/feature-oop (code changed to OOP -> easier to get an understanding and navigate the code) - I really just moved the code into the class, made code styling changes according to wp coding standards and changed the naming

        The code should also be split up into several files because the codebase is large enough to get lost when scrolling and searching for relationships of functions and hooks

      • Christian Foellmann commented  · 

        I am planning a push service for GitHub to push commits to SVN but it can take a while. I will get back to you on that or maybe the WP.org team realizes it pros of GitHub and moves some time in the future :-)

      • AdminAaron Axelsen (Admin, WordPress Post Expirator) commented  · 

        The core issue with this one is the WP plugin directory is all powered by SVN and I don't really want to maintain a separate dev install. I'm more than happy to accept svn diff files against the SVN development trunk

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