Oct 012017
The Geocaching logo.

Thank you to Jeffrey Zinn and Brandon Dove for adding me as a contributor to the official Geocache Stat Bar Widget for WordPress. Today marks the release of the plugin’s first update in seven years. The plugin has all of the same great functionality as before but with improved support for the WordPress translation system.

Oct 292008

First, I’d like to thank Jason Irwin for his original SETI Stats plugin.

This rewritten WordPress plugin displays user stats compiled from the SETI@Home project site. You can display your stats with a widget or with a snippet of PHP code.

  • Member name
  • Join date
  • URL (if applicable)
  • Total credit
  • Recent average credit
  • SETI@Home Classic workunits
  • SETI@Home Classic CPU time
  • Team membership (if applicable)
  • SETI@Home site status
  • Time of last update

You can download this plugin from WordPress.org.

After unzipping the download file, upload the folder “setihome-stats” into your “wp-content/plugins” directory.

Login to the WordPress Administration area, choose “Plugins” from the dashboard, find “SETI@Home Stats”, and click “Activate”.

Choose “Settings->SETI Options” from the main menu and enter your SETI@Home Account number and an interval period for refreshing locally cached stats.

You can also activate the SETI@Home Stats Widget using the sequence described above.

SETI@Home Stats uses a widget to display your stats on the sidebar.

You can display your stats anywhere on your blog using


You can see the plugin at work on the sidebar of this blog.

None that I know of. If you find any please let me know.