Skip to:
Content
Pages
Categories
Search
Top
Bottom

Can you make a separate forum for bbpress 2.0x?


  • symetrikdesign
    Member

    @symetrikdesign

    Can you make a new forum for bbpress 2.0x.

    I’m new to the community, and I want to make the comment that it is very difficult to decipher old content/plugins/bug reports for bbpress 1.0 which are no longer relevant to bbpress 2.0x.

    Thanks

Viewing 10 replies - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)

  • Thomas Clausen
    Member

    @tntc1978

    I second that, but as far as I recall it has been discussed elsewhere. But I think it’s a good idea…


    Thomas Clausen
    Member

    @tntc1978


    spaghetti
    Member

    @spaghetti

    I am supporting this request/motion. This will be beneficial to all who use the old bbpress version concerns.


    Dietos
    Member

    @dietos

    thanks, tntc1978! It would be great, i doubt it’s gonna happen in the near future.


    Laurent
    Member

    @oreillemalade

    Count me in too.


    citizenkeith
    Participant

    @citizenkeith

    +1


    hlwinkler
    Participant

    @hlwinkler

    +1


    abdessamad idrissi
    Participant

    @abdessamad-idrissi

    +1

    I think old bbpress should be depricated/archived in a sub forum here in bbpress.org


    citizenkeith
    Participant

    @citizenkeith

    Just to expand on my “+1″ post…

    I have two standalone forums that will not be upgraded to the plugin version.

    I have another forum that I plan on upgrading in the near future.

    A little organization (which bbPress does easily) will cut down on a lot of confusing support questions. And make life easier for those of us who use standalone and plugin.


    symetrikdesign
    Member

    @symetrikdesign

    I’m glad that others see this as a beneficial suggestion.

    Having the integration with WordPress makes this forum tool very useful, and only requires a user to have one ID to make blog comments, as well as, participate in a forum.

    This could be a big step forward for WordPress to move more into the CMS market.

    However, finding information on how to integrate, customize, and expand on the core bbPress functionality seems difficult due to the lack of organization.

    It seems that this issue could be easily solved with a new forum…and at the same time showcase one of bbPress’s features.

Viewing 10 replies - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.