There have been several changes in the code over the past few weeks. Rather than explaining them in detail, I’ll just highlight the most interesting ones. Profile pages now have a (pluggable) menu through which an increasing amount of administration can be done. Like it’s cousin, usermeta, a new table, topicmeta, has joined the bbPress […]
I just wanted to note that now bbPress can completely and seamlessly integrate and share a user system with any number of bbPress forums, and any number of WordPress or WordPress MU blogs.
To those of you who didn’t find the last post quite as exciting as I did, perhaps you’ll appreciate what the new architecture allows when you hear about its first feature: Customizable RSS feeds. Users can specify a custom set of topics from which their personal feed will draw recent posts. Currently, users can specify […]
The users table has been pared down to include only core user information. Additional information about each user can be stored in the new usermeta table. Accessing the information is just as easy as it always was; both the core and the meta information are included in the good ol’ $user object. For anyone out […]