Ryan Imel of WPCandy.com recently had the chance to sit down with John James Jacoby to discuss both BuddyPress and bbPress as well as a few other topics. The interview is about an hour long but well worth the listen if you’re at all interested in the two platforms.
Since I started writing about WordPress in 2007, WordCamp San Francisco has been labeled as the grandest WordCamp of them all. It’s where the first event of its kind took place which started a revolution in WordPress meetups. Unfortunately, I’ve been unable to attend any WordCamps in the San Francisco until this year. The following Read More
On Friday September 13th, John James Jacoby will be our special guest on WordPress Weekly. This will be the first time JJJ has been on the show. We’ll have a ton to talk about such as his recent job change from Automattic to 10UP, his passion for community, and of course, what’s happening with the Read More
After a long time in development, bbPress 2.0 stable has been given the green light. While new version releases are exciting, this particular one for bbPress is especially so as it is a total rethink of how bbPress runs, integrates, and functions as a forums plugin instead of stand-alone software. If you’re already using an Read More
Andy Peatling has announced on the official BuddyPress development blog that version 1.2 is now available to the public. This version is a milestone because BuddyPress can now be used on standard WordPress installations whereas before, you needed to have WordPress MU installed. Other goodies that 1.2 offers include: Simplified Install Process – This version Read More
Users of Ning who are upset about the recent changes that have taken place regarding the service now have at least one avenue to take. Thanks to Boone B. Gorges, Ning users can now use a special plugin that will transfer both users and their custom profile data. This migration plugin is free of charge. Read More