Calendar Plugin Update

We are making the best calendar plugin we can fathom.  Adrienne and I have been meeting weekly to check in on each other’s updates in this regard.  Updates this week include:

  • We have a name for the plugin!  It is still top-secret until we get some branding done, but rest assured, it will be cowboy-tastic!
  • We still don’t know where or how we are going to sell the thing.  We are checking out wpplugins.com and codecanyon.net as well as some in-house options.
  • I recoded the plugin to reflect the new name.
  • We are building out some unique features, which will be unveiled once we figure out our marketing plan.
Please let us know if you have ideas or suggestions on features and calendar needs that are going unmet.

 

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