Turns out the plugin has to make use of the Social Actions API to be eligible for the Change the Web Challenge, so I included another button that, when clicked, returns the results of “change+the+world” search for actionable opportunities on Social Actions via the Social Action API .
Here is the final version:
Installation is easy: just get it, unzip it, upload it to your plugins directory and activate it from your WordPress plugins admin panel.
Description: Based on the (in)famous Hello, Dolly. When activated a Change The World button will return a list of Social Actions you can take to change the world when clicked, and a small Twitter icon will show the search results for the query “change the world” as an Atom feed of current “tweets” on Twitter when clicked. It also randomly shows a lyric from I’d Love To Change The World by the band Ten Years After, all located in the upper right of your admin screen on every page.
It also includes a GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
Here is a screenshot of it in action:
And here is the php executed right here in this post (notice the new “Change the World” button”).