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Plugin: Show Top Posters


  • Rhys Wynne
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    @rhyswynne

    Hi, I have recently written a plugin for bbpress to show the top posters within a forum. I’ve tested it a fair amount (as much as a man with a one person forum can), and I think it is all there. Feedback and comments will be well received.

    To read more and download, please click here

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  • I changed the title to be more ‘user friendly’ if you don’t mind! I will test it out for you as it seems like a great plugin! As well, don’t forget to add it to the plugin site!

    http://bbpress.org/plugins/add/

    Trent


    Rhys Wynne
    Participant

    @rhyswynne

    No worries Trent, glad you could test this!

    I have gone about submitting it (forgot a readme file, it can wait until the morning :D), but will include one tomorrow.

    I sent you an email through the contact form on your site about some issues I had and questions. As well, I should tell you that I am using PHP 4.3.8 in case that is the issue.

    Trent

    So should we hold off on this one then or what?

    or are you just causing problems again, Trent? ;)

    It was just a conditional that you put around the plugin call in your template that was giving me issues. I removed the conditional call and it worked 100% ;)

    Trent


    Sam Bauers
    Participant

    @sambauers

    It would be nice if “list” plugins like this plugged into the views page. That way we wouldn’t have to alter templates to use them.


    Rhys Wynne
    Participant

    @rhyswynne

    Hi everybody.

    I have updated the plugin to allow the administrator to link to either the profile or to their chosen URL.

    Let me know if you spot any bugs!


    Rhys Wynne
    Participant

    @rhyswynne

    Also, I have no clue how to use the subversion repository. Is there a guide anywhere so I can upload my plugin there? :)

    I have been accepted, just not sure what to do!

    Download something like TortoiseSVN. For Tortoise, right-click on a folder, select TortoiseSVN > Repo-browser, enter the URL you want to add to and use the interface provided. :)


    Rhys Wynne
    Participant

    @rhyswynne

    Cheers fel :)

    Regarding the plugin, there’s a slight niggle. At the moment the plugin builds the profile URL from scratch. So it’s an extra (and I believe unessecary) option that you define if you have pretty permalinks or not.

    Is there like a hook (similar to user_profile_link) that grabs the profile URL?

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