Automated disclaimer: This post was written more than 15 years ago and I may not have looked at it since.
Older posts may not align with who I am today and how I would think or write, and may have been written in reaction to a cultural context that no longer applies. Some of my high school or college posts are just embarrassing. However, I have left them public because I believe in keeping old web pages alive—and it's interesting to see how I've changed.
A while back I wrote a very simple plugin for WordPress that would automatically insert Dublin Core metadata into the header of my blog posts. I released it under a free license (as version 0.2) with the hope that someone more proficient in WordPress than I would come along and build on my work. And someone did!
Yesterday, I received an email from a Salvatore Vassallo, explaining that he had added two more metadata attributes to my plugin and released the result (as version 0.3). I merged his contributions back into my source code, which I then reorganized and simplified. I released that as version 0.3.1, available as a zipped PHP file.
This is my first real software collaboration, however minor, and I couldn't be happier.