Sponsored by MailChimp, Social connects your WordPress site to Twitter and Facebook. You can publish to multiple accounts on each social network and pull reactions on those networks in as comments. Your visitors can authenticate using their Twitter or Facebook accounts to comment.
Archive the tweets from your Twitter accounts and (optionally) display them on your WordPress site. @mentions and #hashtags are stored as custom taxonomies. Plus, Twitter Tools provides the ability to create blog posts from each of your tweets.
Adds a columnar view of all your pages (and hierarchical custom post types), similar to the view found in the OS X Finder. Makes it much easier to manage sites with lots of pages/custom post types. Also enables drag-and-drop page ordering.
Showcase ongoing themes you write about on your site in a timeline view. Each post in the timeline automatically includes a link to the timeline. Provide context for your posts without rehashing all of your post history in each post.
A flexible shortcode and lookup tool for creating internal links in post/page content (or anywhere shortcodes are parsed). A lookup tool is added to the sidebar of the post edit screen for locating shortcodes for internal posts.
If you use the pretty permalinks feature of WordPress, file not found (404) requests end up being costly on server load. This plugin allows you to set a list of file extensions (images, media, etc.) that you do not want WordPress to handle 404s for.
Disqus, pronounced "discuss", is a service and tool for web comments and discussions. Disqus makes commenting easy and interactive, while connecting websites and commenters across a thriving discussion community. Integrates with WordPress using the Disqus API and by syncing with WordPress comments.
An integration between your WordPress blog and the Calais web service. Tagaroo fetches semantic data (people, places, events, etc.) relevant to your blog post that you can use as tags. Tagaroo will also use these tags to search Flickr for appropriately licensed images for you to use in your blog posts.
Created for our friends at RedMonk, it provides authors the opportunity to put Creative Commons or Custom Licenses on their content. It also gives the ability to put time frames on the licenses. This allows authors to use a different license depending on how old their post is.
A plugin that concatenates and optimizes CSS and JS requested through enqueue scripts.
Correct duplicate GUID values created with versions of WordPress that exhibited a non-unique GUID bug.
Allows you to embed a Google Custom Search Engine into a theme.
Allows overriding the landing page of a taxonomy archive with a custom template.
This library binds a extends a taxonomy by creating a "shadow" post type for it and creating a post for each taxonomy term. It includes utility functions to allow you to associate post meta, description. featured image, etc. with a taxonomy term (through the shadow post type association).
A library that implements filter searching of posts by taxonomy, author and date. It creates a default interface using the excellent Chosen JS library.
Media RSS Image Links will automatically add media tags to your RSS2 feed. These media tags are based on the images that are attached to a given post.
build.php is a very simple command line build script designed to take groups of CSS or JS files and combine them into a built file.
Hate the WordPress menus admin tabs? Yeah, so did we. This UI treatment was added to core in WordPress 3.6