What have we done?

Sometimes when we're working on a project, we write a bit of code that could be useful to others. When this happens, we make the code as presentable as we can and make it available to the world under an open source license. Below are a few of the things we've written. For more, check out our GitHub page.

If you have questions about any of these projects, feel free to send us an email at and we'll try to help you out. For projects on GitHub, we're certainly open to incorporating changes from the community, so go ahead and send us a pull request if you've made some improvements!

Did we write something that helped you out? While it's not required, we appreciate donations.

WordPress CDN Rewrite

image Our web hosting is set up to automatically and transparently serve content from websites over a CDN. Unfortunately, WordPress doesn't have a built-in mechanism to serve static content, such as images and stylesheets, from a different host, so we wrote a plugin to do it.

License: zlib license
Source: GitHub
More info: WP CDN Rewrite

Bandwidth Report

image We needed a way to easily see how much bandwidth was being used by individual websites we host. Rather than purchasing and setting up a full-featured hosting control panel, we wrote a small webapp that parses server logs and stores and displays the usage.

License: zlib license
Source: Not yet available

Aggregate Feed Generator

image One of our clients needed an RSS feed that combined the contents of multiple input feeds into a single output feed. Using the SimplePie library, we were able to quickly put together a PHP script that built the feed for us.

License: zlib license
Source: GitHub