ThinkTwit Update 1.5.0

I have just launched an update to ThinkTwit which brings to us a new feature that I have wanted to add for quite some time. Thanks to a kind offer from Maria Ramos at WebHostingHub.com I have finally been able to add this feature. Here’s a brief summary of the changes:

  • Fixed an issue preventing hashtags from working properly
  • Added i18n internationalisation support
  • Translated in to Spanish, the first language (other than English) to be supported by ThinkTwit

You may be able to guess that the aforementioned feature is the internationalisation support – this came after Maria got in touch and offered to translate. Whilst this was something I’ve been wanting to do for a while I never had any real incentive as I couldn’t do the translation myself and didn’t know anybody who was interested in translating, so Maria has my appreciation for giving me a nudge.

Finding out how to do the translating itself was a little more complicated than I expected so I may at some point write a blog on this; if anyone is really interested in this then please do let me know.

About Stephen Pickett


Stephen Pickett is a programmer, IT strategist, project manager, RightNow and telephony expert, information security specialist, all-round geek. He is currently Professional Services Director at Connect Assist, a social business that helps charities and public services improve quality, efficiency and customer engagement through the provision of helpline services and CRM systems.


Stephen is based in south Wales and attended Cardiff University to study Computer Science, in which he achieved a 2:1 grading. He has previously worked for Think Consulting Solutions, the leading voice on not-for-profit fundraising, Fujitsu Services and Sony Manufacturing UK as a software developer.


Stephen is the developer of ThinkTwit, a WordPress plugin that allows you to display multiple Twitter feeds within a blog.


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