Discover the last created Wordpress pkugins. Some might be useless or a copy of alreay existing plugins, but some might be very interesting, adding new functionalities to you wordpress website.
A sidebar widget plugin to create a link to a random published post on your blog.
Allows authors to hide portions of the WordPress interface that you seldom use. Each author's preferences are stored separately and can be edited in the author's profile. Requires WP 2.0.5 or above.
Allows you to change your post slugs without breaking your permalinks.
This plugin allows you to edit various things about "Pages" in bulk (Manage => Mass Edit Pages).
A widget which will display your latest Flickr photos.
WWW checks in, it doesn't check out.
Adds a sidebar widget that shows the most popular posts. Requires the Sidebar Widgets plugin from Automattic and the Popularity Contest plugin by Alex King.
Makes it possible to duplicate a widget so it can be used more than once (i.e. in two different sidebars or two times in the same sidebar). This plugin is using the internal widget support of WordPress 2.2 and above. If you plan to use this plugin with WordPress 2.1 or below you have to download version 1.0.2 of the plugin. Version 1.0.2 and below require the Sidebar Widgets plugin from Automattic.
Add show/hide text enclosed within or [spoiler][/spoiler] with a link. Original idea by Leong Wai Kay.
See http://www.andrewferguson.net/wordpress-plugins/dunstan-style-error-page/ for the latest updates.