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New bbPress clone built in Pods CMS Framework for WP

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  • r-a-y
    Participant

    @r-a-y

    This is mighty interesting!

    If you can build vBulletinesque features into your bbPress-Pods clone, you’ll get a mass following!


    Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    r-a-y,

    Thanks for your interest in the project! It’s definitely heading in that direction :-)


    Ashfame
    Participant

    @ashfame

    bbPress is going to be developed as a WordPress plugin now.


    r-a-y
    Participant

    @r-a-y

    Yeah, I know, but it’s good to have alternatives!


    Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    Finally done with it, took a little bit because I got very busy with client work. You can check it out at:

    http://podscms.org/packages/bbforums/


    nickaster
    Member

    @nickaster

    Here’s a crazy question. Whatever bbpress evolves into, will migration to something new, like what you’re building, be a crazy nightmare?


    Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    I’m building a migration script that does migration automatically. As for what bbPress itself evolves into, I’m not sure if it will get easier or more difficult, but I plan on accommodating a reasonable amount of trouble ;)


    copperblade
    Member

    @copperblade

    I don’t know much about Pods, but how does this handle things like wordpress-bbpress integration? Is there user integration?


    Scott Kingsley Clark
    Participant

    @sc0ttkclark

    There is no separation between WP users and users in Pods. Pods is a plugin built ontop of the WP framework. It creates custom tables which are scuplted to fit the exact specifications of the content developed with Pods.

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