I definitely also consider “last update time” as consideration for using a plugin.
And I don’t mean that your comment is insulting in any way.
Friendly note: If anyone consider using this plugin, please understand, I create a plugin and release it mostly for my own use. And I don’t sell it (it’s free). I only answer support when I have time (but, I always reply emails, usually in less than 24 hour). I only update when I need to update (if there’s a bug or new feature that I need). I usually reject feature request (unless I need it/it’s really cool and I have free time).
I don’t really “market” it (except for sharing it in forum or facebook when it’s relevant/others need the functionality/as code example)
Specially not in the term of “It’s the best-best plugin for xxx in the world, and you have to use this plugin period” (because it’s not).
But I do appreciate all bug reports and the feedback for sharing the plugin for free
(it’s the beauty of open source).
So, you can use it as is, or “steal” the code for a starting point (it’s GPL), but if you need a dependable & fully supported plugin, always best to get a commercial plugin such as EDD Software Licensing.