CoreActivity Beta #4 version is here, and this will be the last Beta version before the stable plugin version is released later this month. The plugin can be downloaded from Dev4Press and GitHub for now, and soon it will be available on WordPress.org.
Due to the huge backlog of plugins to be reviewed on WordPress.org, it is currently unknown when CoreActivity will be reviewed and available on WordPress.org. Until that happens, CoreActivity will remain in the Beta stage and be available for download from the Dev4Press website. Based on the current estimates from WordPress.org, CoreActivity might wait until
August or September (?). Because of that, I decided to release the plugin early, without waiting for WordPress.org to finish the review process.
The latest (and hopefully last) Beta version brings the Setup Wizard and integration into the WordPress admin bar. With these two features, the set of everything I wanted to include in the first plugin version is complete. Next few weeks, I will be testing the plugin more, fixing bugs, and doing some more polishing, and hopefully, later this month, a stable release will be available.
More about CoreActivity
To learn more about the plugin, check out the official home page and the list of all components and events included with the latest version available. The download page is here. More information about the plugin will be added soon.
At this point, when it comes to the plugin features, it has plenty of ‘advanced’ features other Activity logging plugins are offering as the Pro up-sale. But CoreActivity will be a free plugin, with no Pro version, so everything added in the future will be included for free also! So, feel free to test the plugin and let me know if you find any issues and want to see more components and events added.