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WordPress Users Still Await podPress’ Return

powered_by_podpress_largeAny of you remember podPress? Yes, I’m talking about the popular podcasting plugin developed by Dan Kuykendall of MightySeek which halted development back in 2007.

PodPress was supposed to have resumed development back in August but two months has already passed and no news about its progress has been revealed at all.

Supporters of the plugin have been trying to contact the author for confirmation but to no avail. Rumors are circulating that podPress might not continue its development but some argue that this is not possible as there are already sponsors backing it.

Whatever the reason for the lack of updates on the plugin, I guess we have no choice but to wait for Dan to reveal any news. I’ll be sure to post updates regarding the progress of podPress here on BloggingPro so be sure to tune in.

Anyone else excited about podPress’ return? Be sure to leave your comments!

Categories: Podcasting News, WordPress Plugins

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  1. Luis ) says: 10/25/2009

    Long live the best. I’m waiting for its return, maybe this time I will get around to start podcasting.


  2. Rob Blatt from Blubrry says: 10/27/2009

    You could always use PowerPress instead. The last update on podpress from the blog was August and it’s been two years since the last real update to the plugin. PowerPress was updated last week, incorporates all the major podpress features and works with the current version of WordPress AND the beta of 2.9 without any work arounds.


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