A week ago (July 19th) I was contacted by WordPress regarding a potential security flaw in Email Users. Email Users was “closed” (which is why it doesn’t show up at WordPress.org) until the security flaw was addressed and a new version of the plugin was tagged and release.
Due to some work issues, I did not have a chance to work on the plugin until this past weekend. I have resolved the security concerns, committed all of the changes, and tagged a new release. On July 26th (Sunday) I notified WordPress.org that everything (I know of) has been addressed. At this point, I am waiting for the plugin to be opened again or notified that I’ve missed something.
I’ve uploaded v4.84. to my web site in the event anyone wants to download the update before WordPress.org makes it live again.
I have been toying with idea of moving development of my Google Forms plugin over to GitHUb for a while and I finally did it. Using the process outlined here, Google Forms development can now be found here. I’ve already made a few changes and pushed them into the WordPress Subversion repository from GitHub.
If someone wants to fork Google Forms and work on this, you are welcome to do so.
Last night I released Email Users 4.8.2. This version addresses the use of several WordPress deprecated function messages, support for custom email headers and footers, and adds a feature to allow the admin to hide the Email Users menus from non-admin users. Full details can be found in the Change Log.