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Timestamp:
03/15/13 17:48:08 (5 years ago)
Author:
purcebr
Message:

Updating readme, tagging v. 1.0

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logmycalls-dashboard
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  • logmycalls-dashboard/tags/1.0/logmycalls-dashboard.php

    r682499 r682529  
    44Plugin URI: http://aveight.com 
    55Description: Display LogMyCalls stats on your WP Dashboard 
    6 Version: 0.1 
     6Version: 1.0 
    77Author: Bryan Purcell, avEIGHT 
    88Author URI: http://aveight.com 
     
    310310 
    311311    public function logmycalls_add_dashboard_widgets() { 
    312         wp_add_dashboard_widget('logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget', 'LogMyCalls Statistics', array($this, 'logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget'));    
     312        wp_add_dashboard_widget('logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget', 'LogMyCalls Dashboard', array($this, 'logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget'));    
    313313    }  
    314314 
  • logmycalls-dashboard/tags/1.0/readme.txt

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    1 === Plugin Organizer === 
    2 Contributors: Bryan Purcell 
    3 Donate link:  
    4 Tags: logmycalls api call tracking 
    5 Requires at least: 3.1 
    6 Tested up to: 3.5 
    7 Stable tag: 0.1 
     1=== LogMyCalls Dashboard === 
     2Contributors: purcebr 
     3Donate link: http://aveight.com/ 
     4Tags: logmycalls, call tracking 
     5Requires at least: 3.0.1 
     6Tested up to: 3.5.1 
     7Stable tag: 1.0  
     8License: GPLv2 or later 
     9License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html 
    810 
    9  
    10 This plugin allows you to do view LogMyCalls call metrics on the WP Dashboard. 
     11View LogMyCalls call metrics on the WP Dashboard. 
    1112 
    1213== Description == 
    1314 
    14 1. Choose from a list of metrics to show over the past day/lifetime: 
    15     -Total Calls 
    16     -Total Calls Answered 
    17     -Total Calls Unanswered 
    18     -Longest Call Duration 
    19     -Total Call Duration 
    20     -Average Call Duration 
     15Easily track LogMyCalls call metrics from the comfort of your WP Dashboard. After entering your LogMyCalls API Credentials (Requires LogMyCalls *Enterprise* service) choose from a list of metrics to show over the past day/lifetime: 
     16 
     17* Total Calls 
     18* Total Calls Answered 
     19* Total Calls Unanswered 
     20* Longest Call Duration 
     21* Total Call Duration 
     22* Average Call Duration 
    2123 
    2224== Installation == 
    2325 
    24 1. Extract the downloaded Zip file. 
    25 2. Upload the 'plugin-organizer' directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
    26 3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 
    27 4. Get your API Key and API Secret from LogMyCalls. In the LogMyCalls Dashboard, Click on "Setup in the upper right hand corner. Click "Advanced" in the left-hand panel, and copy the API Key and API Secret. Enter them into the "LogMyCalls Settings" screen accessible from the Wordpress Settings section. 
     261. Upload the plugin folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
     271. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 
     281. Visit Settings -> LogMyCalls Settings to configure the plugin. 
    2829 
    2930== Frequently Asked Questions == 
    30 Q. How can I make my own metrics? 
    3131 
    32 A. You'll need to create a new file in lib/metrics and implement a new subclass of 'Metric'. All php files in the lib/metrics folder are automatically included. I recommend copying an existing class, because you'll need to keep the same basic form. You can find an example in lib/metrics. 
     32= Can I use this plugin with LogMyCalls Free, Basic, or Pro? = 
    3333 
    34 There are three functions you'll need to implement (four if you include the constuctor) in your subclass. Please follow the naming conventions established. Set up your variables in the constructor, implement the per-record function in operate() (ie for a total calls metric that would be a simple counter ++) a function to produce the final value (in the previous example, it doesn't have to do anything, because at the end of the operation the counter is ready to print) and a format() function that takes the result of tally and formats it for output to the screen. (for a time, we format seconds into MM:SS, etc) Make sure format implements the scenario where $input is false/0 and that you're not dividing by 0 when computing averages! 
     34Not at this point. LogMyCalls API connectivity is only available with LogMyCalls *Enterprise* 
    3535 
    36 When the class is implemented, add it to the variable "supported_metrics" in the main plugin file to see your metric appear in the metric multi-select field in the "LogMyCalls Settings" section. 
     36== Screenshots == 
    3737 
    38 Send any metrics to bryan@aveight.com for inclusion in future releases. 
     381. The LogMyCalls Dashboard Widget. 
    3939 
    4040== Changelog == 
    4141 
    42 = 0.1 = 
    43 Initial Version 
     42= 1.0 = 
     43Initial Release 
     44 
     45== Upgrade Notice == 
     46 
     47= 1.0 = 
     48Initial Release 
  • logmycalls-dashboard/trunk/logmycalls-dashboard.php

    r682499 r682529  
    44Plugin URI: http://aveight.com 
    55Description: Display LogMyCalls stats on your WP Dashboard 
    6 Version: 0.1 
     6Version: 1.0 
    77Author: Bryan Purcell, avEIGHT 
    88Author URI: http://aveight.com 
     
    310310 
    311311    public function logmycalls_add_dashboard_widgets() { 
    312         wp_add_dashboard_widget('logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget', 'LogMyCalls Statistics', array($this, 'logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget'));    
     312        wp_add_dashboard_widget('logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget', 'LogMyCalls Dashboard', array($this, 'logmycallsinteg_dashboard_widget'));    
    313313    }  
    314314 
  • logmycalls-dashboard/trunk/readme.txt

    r682499 r682529  
    1 === Plugin Organizer === 
    2 Contributors: Bryan Purcell 
    3 Donate link:  
    4 Tags: logmycalls api call tracking 
    5 Requires at least: 3.1 
    6 Tested up to: 3.5 
    7 Stable tag: 0.1 
     1=== LogMyCalls Dashboard === 
     2Contributors: purcebr 
     3Donate link: http://aveight.com/ 
     4Tags: logmycalls, call tracking 
     5Requires at least: 3.0.1 
     6Tested up to: 3.5.1 
     7Stable tag: 1.0 
     8License: GPLv2 or later 
     9License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html 
    810 
    9  
    10 This plugin allows you to do view LogMyCalls call metrics on the WP Dashboard. 
     11View LogMyCalls call metrics on the WP Dashboard. 
    1112 
    1213== Description == 
    1314 
    14 1. Choose from a list of metrics to show over the past day/lifetime: 
    15     -Total Calls 
    16     -Total Calls Answered 
    17     -Total Calls Unanswered 
    18     -Longest Call Duration 
    19     -Total Call Duration 
    20     -Average Call Duration 
     15Easily track LogMyCalls call metrics from the comfort of your WP Dashboard. After entering your LogMyCalls API Credentials (Requires LogMyCalls *Enterprise* service) choose from a list of metrics to show over the past day/lifetime: 
     16 
     17* Total Calls 
     18* Total Calls Answered 
     19* Total Calls Unanswered 
     20* Longest Call Duration 
     21* Total Call Duration 
     22* Average Call Duration 
    2123 
    2224== Installation == 
    2325 
    24 1. Extract the downloaded Zip file. 
    25 2. Upload the 'plugin-organizer' directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
    26 3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 
    27 4. Get your API Key and API Secret from LogMyCalls. In the LogMyCalls Dashboard, Click on "Setup in the upper right hand corner. Click "Advanced" in the left-hand panel, and copy the API Key and API Secret. Enter them into the "LogMyCalls Settings" screen accessible from the Wordpress Settings section. 
     261. Upload the plugin folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
     271. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 
     281. Visit Settings -> LogMyCalls Settings to configure the plugin. 
    2829 
    2930== Frequently Asked Questions == 
    30 Q. How can I make my own metrics? 
    3131 
    32 A. You'll need to create a new file in lib/metrics and implement a new subclass of 'Metric'. All php files in the lib/metrics folder are automatically included. I recommend copying an existing class, because you'll need to keep the same basic form. You can find an example in lib/metrics. 
     32= Can I use this plugin with LogMyCalls Free, Basic, or Pro? = 
    3333 
    34 There are three functions you'll need to implement (four if you include the constuctor) in your subclass. Please follow the naming conventions established. Set up your variables in the constructor, implement the per-record function in operate() (ie for a total calls metric that would be a simple counter ++) a function to produce the final value (in the previous example, it doesn't have to do anything, because at the end of the operation the counter is ready to print) and a format() function that takes the result of tally and formats it for output to the screen. (for a time, we format seconds into MM:SS, etc) Make sure format implements the scenario where $input is false/0 and that you're not dividing by 0 when computing averages! 
     34Not at this point. LogMyCalls API connectivity is only available with LogMyCalls *Enterprise* 
    3535 
    36 When the class is implemented, add it to the variable "supported_metrics" in the main plugin file to see your metric appear in the metric multi-select field in the "LogMyCalls Settings" section. 
     36== Screenshots == 
    3737 
    38 Send any metrics to bryan@aveight.com for inclusion in future releases. 
     381. The LogMyCalls Dashboard Widget. 
    3939 
    4040== Changelog == 
    4141 
    42 = 0.1 = 
    43 Initial Version 
     42= 1.0 = 
     43Initial Release 
     44 
     45== Upgrade Notice == 
     46 
     47= 1.0 = 
     48Initial Release 
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