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07/07/2020 06:27:32 PM (13 months ago)
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    5 I didn't think about it this way. I wrote the code the way I did because I was thinking someone would want to know how long ago a plugin was updated so they could see if it is being supported or not. For example, I have worked in agencies in the past where they would audit a client's plugins to see if any plugins should be replaced due to a lack of updates.
     5I didn't think about it this way. I wrote the code the way I did because I was thinking someone would want to know how long ago a plugin was updated so they could see if it is being supported or not. For example, I have worked in agencies in the past where they would audit a client's plugins to see if any plugins should be replaced due to a lack of updates.
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     7Would it make sense to have some text to say "The plugin author last updated plugin: x years ago" or some more simple variant of that copy? Then we could save the "Last update: x ago" for when the person might have updated the plugin last?