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The best way to sort it is contacting: plugins@wordpress.org I'm not sure that they'll change the url though. Regarding name of the plugin, simply change it through the php file header and also from the readme.txt file of your plugin.


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You can change the name of your plugin, you just can't change the url slug of your plugin. Meaning, if you initially added a plugin to the repo and it was called "Posts With Ad Thumbnails" your url would be: https://wordpress.org/plugins/posts-with-ad-thumbnails/ After uploading your plugin, if you decide to change the name just edit your primary plugin ...


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The issue of updating old plugins is really a gnarly one. WordPress.org SVN is a real pain in the neck. If you're like us, you probably have your open source plugins stored on GitHub. If that's the case, here's an alternative. If you already use GitHub and have your plugin stored there GitHub you could use our GitHub to WP.org SVN plugin. Our plugin runs in ...


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Plugin repository documentation focuses mostly on command line SVN usage. While the WordPress Core Handbook has section on finding SVN client it lists no Linux recommendation. So as far as WP docs are concerned you are on your own with this choice unfortunately. From quick search around SE network ( How to install subversion client in ubuntu ) Rabbit ...



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