See this important info about plugin updates.
Simone Fioravanti (otherwise known as xxsimoxx) has been involved with ClassicPress for quite some time, and already had nearly a dozen ClassicPress plugins under his belt. He has been personally involved in the development of the Update Manager plugin – including authoring the Stats extension – and was the perfect candidate to lead the project into the future. Simone is very well-versed in the design of Code Potent code and was happy to also take on a number of additional must-have plugins.
Ian Grieve (otherwise known as azurecurve) has been around since the beginning, and was one of the first plugin developers – second only to me! – to fully support ClassicPress. He immediately made all of his plugins available, put together a plugin development site, and continues to release helpful tutorials. With these three new adoptions, he now has a whopping 50 plugin titles in his collection, and you can find his plugins installed throughout the ecosystem.
The ClassicPress organization has adopted the Enriched Editor and PHP Error Log Viewer plugins. The Enriched Editor is a pre-Gutenberg fork of the TinyMCE Advanced plugin for WordPress, and is considered stable, secure, and feature-complete. The PHP Error Log Viewer plugin has become good friends with end-users and developers alike – it's one of those plugins that stays out of the way, yet is still right there when you need it. These plugins are in good hands!