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Anonmyous Posting vs. Login-less Posting


  • Markus Pezold
    Participant

    @markus-pezold

    Hello together,

    i’ve just updated my installation of bbpress 1.0.2 to the trunk version 1.1-alpha. In the trunk version there is an new option called “Login-less Posting”.

    Has anyone tested these function? Is it possible the change without problems from the plugin “Anonymous Posting” to the new core function?

    Markus

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  • chrishajer
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    @chrishajer

    I think you will be a good tester. You can add your experience here:

    http://trac.bbpress.org/ticket/1244

    I thought there was another ticket too but I cannot find it right now.


    Markus Pezold
    Participant

    @markus-pezold

    Hi Chris,

    thanks for your answer. I’ll try testing this weekend.

    But I think I must test the Login-Less Posting on my localhost before switching the function on my real forum at http://www.mysteria3000.de/forum

    Markus

    I would give my vote to this being part of the core functionality for bbPress. Why? Because people on the web have a low tolerance for registration. They want to post and subscribe, not fill out registration forms.


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    It is in the trunk version now, which means it will be part of core bbPress.


    Markus Pezold
    Participant

    @markus-pezold

    Hi all,

    my first test shows that the trunk version of bbPress breaks ‘BB Anonymous Posting’, ‘Post Meta for bbPress’, ‘Human Test for bbPress’ and ‘bbPress-WordPress syncronization’.

    And the new “Login-Less Posting” doen’t work in my installation.

    So I will do more testing tomorrow … :(


    Markus Pezold
    Participant

    @markus-pezold

    With ‘Login-Less Posting’ and the plugin ‘Human Test’ activated the post-form shows this error:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function has_cap() on a non-object in /kunden/199620_87439/webseiten/forum/my-plugins/human-test.php on line 49

    Without ‘Human Test’ the post-form shows the login box …

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