ManageWP.org has launched

I'm very happy to announce that today we are officially launching ManageWP.org today.

ManageWP.org

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Over the past six months we have worked incredibly hard on the project going through numerous iterations of the user interface, which is the crucial part of a site like this.

ManageWP.org uses a lot of cutting edge tech including an advanced iterative algorithm (similar in nature to Google's Pagerank) to determine the ranking of stories and authors.

It's been a huge joy of mine to work on a project like this and I feel as happy as when we launched ManageWP.com.

Will you use it? Let me know what you think!



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5 Comments

  1. Oct 19th, 2013 2:22 PM

    Hmm yes no clutter is key. Making the statement visible on hover over the Title, maybe? Something dead simple. Using WP's anchor text mecanism, filling the field with a call from the contribution form?
    I would say you don't need more than that.

    In any case this simple option would definitely cut the noise further down, the contributor's statement serving as a fine tuned filter. The risk of failed expectations when clicking on a link becomes quite low and the contributions gain value.

    Eventually, for the user experience, I'd add a tiny symbol next to the title, to make the option obvious.

    A few thoughts...

    • Oct 19th, 2013 10:14 PM

      Fantastic input, we will definitely implement this. Now shoot some more ideas :)

  2. Oct 18th, 2013 3:00 PM

    Hi Vladimir,
    Simply great. It was much needed.
    One suggestion: enabling the poster to add a few words saying why he is suggesting this link.

    Here's an example that spontaneously came to my mind as I was about to contribute: I find AIT Themes' approach to templating - MVC style, using the Latte php framework- to be intriguing (and quite brilliant). If I just give the link I can't highlight this fact and the appeal is lost.

    • Oct 18th, 2013 4:56 PM

      Hm. That would be actually cool. However I do not know where would we show these given the tight layout of the home page?

      • Oct 19th, 2013 2:23 PM

        Oops I thought I had replied to you, made a new comment instead. See reply above.