HummingBird says some WPMUDEV plugins & themes not optimum. Shouldn't you use it internally

I installed HummingBird. It's awesome.

But I have a question that shouldn't you guys also make it an internal process to ensure that those plugins are also optimized for speed, to improve quality?

Wouldn't it be natural that your plugins and themes should (at least) comply with some of your other "diagnostic" plugins such HummingBird?

Maybe theme images may be slightly excused, but I imagine CSS and JS shouldn't be.

I saw the following were particularly highlighted:

1) wpmu-dev-post-votes
2) marketpress
3) membership
4) upfront
5) uf-spirit

Hoping this is taken constructively... :slight_smile:

No harm meant

  • Vaughan
    • Support/SLS MockingJay

    Hi tinonetic

    Hope you're well?

    Thanks for the feedback, we are aware of some of these issues, especially regarding MP, Membership & Upfront.

    We hope to sort the Upfront @import issue out soon.

    Bugs that break functionality are a higher priority currently, Post voting plugin is a very old plugin, that might take more work.

    But will pass this along to the team to see if we can get these changes pushed quicker.


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