If you have written plugins for WordPress, go add them already!
If you do not use WordPress, then, well… you should.
But I’ll still talk to you if you don’t…
The whole thing will be migrated soon enough over to its own domain (wp-plugins.org or something like that, but I need to hear from a certain radioactive caribou first). In the meantime, it will work all the same.
This little thing is meant to solve the atrocious headache and unfathomable mess that are WP plugins. Also hopefully help promote these many invaluable piece of code that usually end up ignored by the WP public at large, for lack of a decent central repository.
wp-plugin-mgr (temporarily offline) will keep a list of installed plugins, notify you of new plugins and upgrades, let you install/remove them in one click and bring you fame, success and happiness (you need the commercial version for that last feature. contact me for a quote).
To install, simply
download the file [link removed, see above], drop it in your WP root folder and browse to it (e.g., if your blog is at http://www.yourdomain.com/blog, point your browser to http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/wp-plugin-mgr.php).
Feel free to address suggestions, bug reports, mad praises and death threats in the comments below (please, please RTFM twice before).