Daryl L. L. Houston has released a revision to his Amazon Wishlist plugin for WordPress. In looking at the XHTML generated by the plugin, I was a bit dissatisfied, so I’m going to modify it a bit—which I can do, since the plugin was released under the GNU GPL. I’m also going to see if I can forego the plugin’s desire to automatically drop itself after the categories listing.
For now, you will see one random item from my personal Amazon wishlist here on IJSM.org. Eventually, when I have tweaked the plugin to my personal satisfaction, I’ll release my revisions on my codelog and [likely] explain why I’ve done what I’ve done.
If I release something the teensiest bit better than what Daryl has already done, it’s because he did a lion’s share of the legwork already. [He would likely graciously say that the fine people at Amazon who built the Web Services platform have done a lot of that heavy lifting for him. I guess this is how open code is supposed to work, no?]
Again, many thanks, Daryl.