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I’ve stopped caring now. As long as something comes out that integrates simply with WordPress, I don’t care what it is. As long as I never have to use SimplePress again.In reply to: Matt is jumping back to bbPress
Ah, maybe he’s just worried because of: http://justintadlock.com/archives/2010/07/16/a-wordpress-forum-plugin-using-custom-post-typesIn reply to: bbPress as standalone project (as fork)
I thought the plugin version was already underway, hence https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bbpress/
I think the only reason people are hanging on is because the vast majority of us are aware of the beauty of WordPress, and we’re convinced that bbPress can become a similar product – unfortunately there isn’t an existing piece of software that’s like the WordPress of forums. There isn’t a piece of software that has a simple core, that allows you to write an index.php file with ‘if has threads while has threads the thread’, and that is exactly what bbPress needs to become. I’m not bothered if it becomes a WordPress plugin, because WordPress isn’t really a lot of hassle to install, and I already know how to make a WordPress theme. I just want it to hurry up. I’m tired of working with phpBB3.In reply to: BBPress is falling apart for me now
Try contacting your host to see if they can restore a backup, and change your various admin passwords, database passwords and FTP passwords.
I think first and foremost, bbPress needs to do what ever it’s going to do with WordPress, and move on from that. Whether it remains as a standalone solution and has a solid integration facility, or becomes integrated with WordPress. I don’t really care which, as either way bbPress will be working side-by-side with WordPress, which is all that I require right now.
I’m just really looking forward to the development and progression of bbPress, regardless of the direction it takes. I think one of the things I’m most keen to see is for the masses to take it under their wing in much the same way millions have with WordPress, so that we have a plethora of innovative developers providing additional functionality and solutions through these forums and their own personal websites.In reply to: New Theme For BBPress