Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web serivce to see if they look like spam or not. You need a WordPress.com API key to use this service. You can review the spam it catches under “Manage” and it automatically deletes old spam after 15 days. Hat tip: Michael Hampton and Chris J. Davis for help with the plugin. By Matt Mullenweg.
Extended Live Archives
Implements a dynamic archive, inspired by Binary Bonsai and the original Super Archives by Jonas Rabbe. Visit the ELA option panel to initialize the plugin. By Arnaud Froment.
Category Visibility-RH Rev
Alter the visibility settings for categories, for WordPress 2.0. Based on an earlier Category Visibility by Keith McDuffee. By Rich Hamilton.
Allows you to integrate the photos from a flickr rss feed into your site. By Dave Kellam.
Get Recent Comments
Display the most recent comments or trackbacks with your own formatting in the sidebar. Visit Options/Recent Comments after activation of the plugin. By Krischan Jodies.
This plugin allows you to generate a gravatar URL complete with rating, size, default, and border options. See the documentation for syntax and usage. By Tom Werner.
Yahoo/MSN Style Smileys
Displays Yahoo Messenger or MSN Messenger style smileys. Please deactivate ‘Convert emoticons like and 😛 to graphics on display’ under Writing Options menu when using this. By Priyadi Iman Nurcahyo.
Replaces the post preview iframe from the post writing screen with a popup link. By Owen Winkler.
Mark posts as ‘noteworthy’. By Jamie Saunders.
Photopress adds user-friendly image handling tools to WordPress, including a popup upload and browse tool, a random image template function, and a simple album. Installs and uses database tables. By Isaac Wedin.
Returns a list of the related entries based on active/passive keyword matches. By Alexander Malov & Mike Lu.
Generates a Sparkline bar graph of your site posts and comments statistics. By Sean McBride.
Displays AudioScrobbler / Last.fm webservice information (e.g. recently played tracks), on your blog using AJAXrefreshing(tm) By Florian Kriener.
SpotMilk Js Style.
SpotMilk is the admin theme for WordPress 2.0, which is inspired by Spotlight on Mac OS X Tiger and the Milk theme by Max Rudberg, and the main layout is based on the default admin theme in WP 2.0. By Sunghwa Park.