To be clear what I am talking about see the image below. It has nice Settings link which leads to plugin settings from plugin list.
Why I think this is important? Usually plugin creates new submenu in Settings, but sometimes it uses different name and it is not easy to find one. In case 20+ plugins are installed, which is a real case, it is not easy to remember where all these settings are stored.
I consider Settings link as a must have thing when developing plugin and its pretty easy to add it, see below
You may have heard that current IP address space (4 billion of IPs) is already fully assigned and there is no free ip addresses left. There is no big panic since ISP and hosting companies have some internal IP reserve. But this definitely leads to quicker deployment of IPv6 protocol.
The main issue is: IPv6 must be supported on both ends of connection: user-end and server-end. It is a classic chicken and egg problem, top few users use IPv6 -> no IPv6 services exists and no services support IPv6 means, why should clients switch to it?
Since there is no IPv6 alternative, service owners must do a big first step and some of them did. Google, Amazon, Rackspace and many others added IPv6 as alternative to IPv4.
Is you site or blog ready to be accessible via IPv6? I think its time to think about it. I did a switch of my WordPress based blog hosted on Rackspace and here is the story…