Support => cpg1.4 plugins => cpg1.4.x Support => Older/other versions => cpg1.4 plugin contributions => Topic started by: Joachim Müller on August 29, 2006, 10:06:38 am

Title: Plugin pack
Post by: Joachim Müller on August 29, 2006, 10:06:38 am
As a courtesy to end users we have bundled all plugins that we're aware of into a plugin package. It contains all plugins from the cpg1.4 plugin contributions ( You will just need to extract the content of the plugins sub-folder to your local hard drive.
The plugin package is just a snapshot of the user-contributed plugins at the stage the package gets bundled. It's mandatory that you understand:

No support: the plugin package goes unsupported, it comes as-is. Don't reply to this thread asking for support on individual plugins. Unrelated replies to this thread will be deleted without further notice.

Download the plugin package from the download page (link at top of this page).

Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: omf on September 04, 2006, 07:57:03 pm
Thank you for putting together this great plugin pack.

Is is possible to make a list over the different plugins and a small message on what they do? It would be very helpful, instead of me looking through every folder and reading the readme file to try and get an impression on what the plugin actually does.

It would also be a nice thing to have a small info about the plugin version, so that we can see for ourselves if there is a new one out there.
Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Sami on September 04, 2006, 09:22:15 pm
@Gaugau: there is a minor bug under copper_ad plugin under plugin pack, you (or other dev team member) put those files under copper_adv_124 folder but the correct folder name is copper_ad can you correct this under plugin pack !
Here is the reference:
Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Joachim Müller on September 05, 2006, 03:16:00 am
As suggested above: the plugin pack is a courtesy to users, there's no support for it. It comes without warranties, support or anything else. I will not release a new version simply because it's too much work, nor will I go through the effort to modify all those files and come up with a better description what they do. Plugin authors are welcome to add more details about their plugins in textual form to the plugin code, so more descriptive texts are turning up on the plugin manager page itself. Plugin authors are asked to come up with a readme file as well.
It's a huge effort to bundle the plugin pack that I won't go through again, taking into account the comparatively small amount of downloads and subsequent benefit the package gives to end users.
To me, it's an experiment that failed.

Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Sami on October 17, 2006, 11:53:01 pm
I split your post and merge it with copper ad thread ...

check this:

@GauGau ,maybe it's better to Lock this one too !
Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Joachim Müller on October 18, 2006, 12:03:35 am
OK, locking *sigh*
Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Joachim Müller on June 03, 2008, 05:34:42 pm
Meanwhile the plugin pack is way too outdated - I'm unstickyfying this thread and get rid of the corrsponding download soon. Don't use the plugin pack any longer. And no, I won't create another one.
Title: Re: Plugin pack
Post by: Joachim Müller on March 17, 2009, 08:08:44 am
I have re-packaged another bundle named "plugin pack 4" as a result of the fact that I have put all available themes on the downloads page at However: the rules mentioned for the previous plugin pack applies for the new one as well: it's supplied as a courtesy - no questions asked, no support requests allowed.

While I went through all the plugins I noticed that a lot of them have been abandoned half-finished, which is a shame. Some of them could have become really great plugins if some minor glitches would have been corrected. I will try to come up with some suggestions.

Anyway, this thread stays locked. No support for the plugin pack.