anabelle (@anabelle)

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  • That would be great, Im sure i don’t have the best way to do it, im sure working together we can find the best way of achieving it.

    I’d love to pay, and I will. You must consider nonetheless I live and work in colombia. My current salary is les than $5 an hour. And I can’t even pay half that :( BUT! Im happy to give “donations” if the developer is ok. How much do you charge?

    I’ve thought about anonymous, but that isn’t the idea. If an account can be created, why not?

    I will surely use instant pasword! thanks for that!

    That gives me even more clear ideas about this.

    The reply form in a topic, if a user is logged out. Should include login, password, and reply.

    If the account exists, login and post. If it doesn’t exist; ask for email, createaccount, login and post.

    A special message could be shown. Your reply has been posted! And an account has been created for you. Thanks for joining our community.

    What do you think about it?

    Sure, and i’ll definitely use it. Im just a little scared about support or having to fix things that are beyond my reach.

    So, as much as i Will test it. I don’t think im using it in production enivonment yet.

    But, my concept of a forum, the way I am conceiving it, designin it, and targeting it, REQUIRES this feature. I won’t use it right now but I’m sure the lack of it will almost fully stop the growth of the site.

    Simple as is, mi site “¿Cómo diablos.. ?” is targeted to solve basic questions to tech newbies in spanish, you can imagine there are a LOT of people, and grownups how are just getting to know a computer. And the process of registering, in a separate page, activating through email, and then asking some really basic question, it just really doesn’t work.

    What we’ve been using until now is a WordPress site, with reply to coment mail notification enabled. So they just ask, and get the answer to their mails. It’s working ok. But we really think the right way of doing it is using a forum. Auto-creating an account when the user signs up could be incredibly useful for getting recurent visitors and building local support communities in common language.

    Sorry for writing so much in such a bad english :P hope you understand.

    I’ve been looking the code for a while, I’m not that familiar with bbPress yet, but i’d really like this feature so I’ll keep an eye on this.

    I can’t find how to translate the “lost password” in the home page

    1 Year ago latest reply posted.

    I Wonder if this has got any progress in v1.0.2 or if it is easiy doable by templates.

    I was thinking about this and it would be ideal to ask for Name, Email, and Post, when asking for a reply, if it’s a new user, he will be registered as described above, if it matches an existing user, it’ll ask for password before posting.

    It would be a killer feature for me.

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