I just pushed the code for my first Gnome Do plugin. It is a plugin for Confluence, a popular wiki package, and allows you to search your wiki from within Gnome Do. Do will present you with the results, and selecting one of the results will open that page in a web browser.
I want to give a shout out to the Do developers. Because of their very powerful and flexible plugin architecture, writing the plugin was a snap. Very little code was required. I probably spent no more than 10 hours total on this plugin, and the majority of that time was spent learning the plugin architecture, and learning how to install and test my plugin.
The code is currently on its own branch, waiting to be merged with the Gnome Do community plugins branch. If interested, you can currently find the code at https://code.launchpad.net/~john-p-wood/do-plugins/confluence. Eventually, it will be merged to https://code.launchpad.net/~do-plugins/do-plugins/community.
Next up, I’m working on a Do plugin that will interact with the many Orbitz Worldwide travel websites. Stay tuned!