The grand prize was awarded to Godfrey Chan for his â€œSection Widgetâ€ plugin. The plugin provides a way to display widgets on specific pages with an easy to use interface. It also comes with a feature that lets users create tabbed section widgets, as well as shortcode support for easy code placement.
Taking up the runner-up positions are Ron Rennick with the â€œAdvanced Export for WP and WPMUâ€ plugin, which provides WordPress users the ability to break up their exports into multiple files, and Chris Northwood with his entry, â€œLive Bloggingâ€, a plugin that provides a live “micro-blogging” functionality for WordPress blogs.
Winners of the contest were chosen through a panel of judges and by votes from the readers of WeblogTools Collection.
The grand prize winner receives a cash prize of $2000, while each runner-up gets $500.
Congratulations to the winners! Looking forward another batch of cool plugins next year!