Mass Create All Translation Sets with GlotPress

We’ve been setting up translation support for extensions using GlotPress. If you’re using this too you may have hit the problem of having to add each set one by one, from GlotPress. When you create a new project, it doesn’t have any translations and all translation sets have to be created one by one …

Less is More

It’s been a while since I’ve written on this blog. Epic Plugins has been in operation since 2012. In that period we’ve changed brand design, and changed eCommerce solutions and even changed hosts a number of times. e-Commerce solutions Since starting Epic Plugins in 2012, we started using WP eStore, which was good at the …

Transparency Report – April 2018

It’s time to kick these back into regular production. As you may have seen, I took a bit of a break in writing these as I wrapped up the year in review post. I think it’s a good a time as any to start them back up again. This post focusses purely on Financials.

Sunday Funday – Day 1 – Epic Metrics

So, if you read my last post you’ll have seen I decided to start a new side project. This was to give me easy to produce “epic metrics” for my transparency reports. To save me the time in manually putting together spreadsheets and moving them into visualisations (charts) for coverage on the blog.

Embracing Open Startup Culture

I’ve always been one for sharing the positives and negatives of being an Entrepreneur. If you’re a regular follower of the blog you may have noticed that the content here has dried up a little. Why?  Three reasons.

Transparency Report #19 – October 2017

Last week I published September’s transparency report a little late due a lot of reasons. Today I’m publishing the 19th of these reports covering October’s activity. In this report I’m covering a lot more about the marketing side of things (and whether it’s worthwhile) as well as WordCamp sponsorships!

Transparency Report #18 – September 2017

Whoops. What happened here then. September absolutely rocketed by, and I didn’t publish this report. Given I can talk more about things in the October 2017 report, I’ll be going into detail there. For the sanity of my OCD, read on for September’s figures