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In reply to: How to disable Tags in bbPress 2?
The above works, I just didn’t refresh.
Problem: When I create a page, it’s displaying the forum topics as I like; however, it’s also displaying at the bottom of the WordPress Page a place to “Leave a Reply”.
It looks like the page thinks it’s a blog post and wants to allow the person to leave a comment.
How do I set the page to now allow wordpress comments on the page?
I found this page: https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-20-shortcodes
But when I paste the following on a newly created WordPress page, nothing is displayed:
I can’t find the appropriate short codes to use.
Do you know what they are?In reply to: How do I remove Gravatars from bbpress 2?
But will the bbpress plugin work out-of-box, without customization, with P2?
But will the bbpress plugin work out-of-box, without customization, with P2?In reply to: bbPress 2.0 – Updates
I would also like to know if the plugin is still on for an 0ct 15th release
And how once I had hope for bbPress, it seems like that hope dead with 0.9 some 3 years ago
_ck_, I’ll definitely make a donation, if you were to pick back up 0.9 and run with it. Fix the known bugs in 0.9 and add in native page (front page & topic) caching for non-logged in users.
I’ll donate $100. Seriously.
So bbPress is progressively getting worse and worse?
Sounds like 0.7-0.9 was what we’d all want back, no?
I don’t understand. I thought bbPress was to become a WP plugin, not apart of buddyPress (as it is in 1.0).
I’m so confused. Is this a good summary below?
– bbPress 0.x was a standalone forum product not dependent on anything else
– bbPress 1.0/1.1 is a standalone forum product but dependent upon buddyPress
– bbPress 1.2 (aka 2.0) will be a complete rewrite. no longer standalone forum software but instead, a WP plugin but NOT dependent on buddyPress. Just a WP plugin much like SimplePress (which is also a WP forum plugin).
Is that a correct summary above?In reply to: Forking bbPress: First Draft
Has anyone heard updates on bbPress (WP plugin)?
I only ask since it’ll effect this project fork.
Nonetheless, I hope this causes action on Matt/Auttomatic to take bbPress more seriously.
My email is: my_bbpress_username [at] yahoo dot com
Yes, yes, yes!!!
Can you share your entire theme directory and functions needed/used on your site.
I would love to have a site that looked similar and function similar to what you have.
Is there anywhere I can see a demo of either Support Forum or Best Answer.
I’ve looked around at the plugins and couldn’t find either a screenshot of it working or a demo.
**** Please note, I’m not referring to the DEVELOPMENT of bbPress, this thread is meant to help us nominate PROJECT MANAGER for bbPress. Someone who defines the Roadmap, set dates, establish next release features/functionality … as such, this person does not have to be technical at all and actually, many times the best project managers are non-technical.
I would like to ask the following people if they would be interested in leading bbPress from a Project Management perspective. Once we know who would be willing to commit be the Project Mgr for bbPress, we can put it to a vote.
@johnhiler ? you interested?
@chrishajer ? you interested?
@Nightgunner5 ? you interested?
FWIW, you are my very close # 2 of nominations. All of the reason above I’ve listed for chrishajer are applicable for you as well. I mainly nominated chrishajer because he chimed in after my post in the linked above thread.
Who says a Project Lead needs to be technical. What’s needed right now is someone who has more Project Management skills than development.
(Think Steve Jobs, not technical but the benevolent dictator many follow)
What I’m looking for is someone to clearly define the product roadmap. This is something we have NEVER had.
Even reading the blog, irc and this forum – it’s still unclear to me what should be worked on for the next release. What will make it in, what won’t.
The problem with just looking at Trac is that anyone can just add a ticket to a release. Which then makes it appear the next release will never get completed because tickets just pile up.
We need you to:
* Clearly establish what the next major features/work/purpose will be for the next release.
* Define exactly which tickets in Trac should be worked on for each release and those tickets to not work no, move those tickets to a future release.
* Set hard dates to have it completed by so that we have a target to work towards.
The bullets above does the following: It keeps those of us that can code focused to only work on what’s important (and also informs us what to work on if we’re not aware). It gives us a target to hit, right now we’re very blind.
This is what I’m looking for in a Benevolent Dictator. Don’t get me wrong, I love your involved but we need someone to provide some organization.
To give an example of a project that excutes the bullets above well is Edgewall, the makers of Trac. Just look at the following link on how well organized their releases are. Includes release date, pre-req tickets to fix, etc. http://trac.edgewall.org/roadmap
People like to be told what to do. Just tell us what to do … you’d be surprised at how many people will perform once asked and they know the target. (Just saying “please contribute code” is not enough, we need to be told specifically what needs to be contributed)
I think you’re missing the bigger point trying to be made.
Every “community project”, as you put it, has a Benevolent Dictator … someone who LEADS the project. bbPress for the past 6 months hasn’t had such a leader.
Frankly, many of us thought YOU were stating that you would take over that role as bbPress project lead. Apparently not.
If you don’t want that role, please post a blog post on it – that way we as a community can find someone else to drive/lead the bbPress project because clearly noone now from automatic has cared about bbPress since Sam left.
Not to be rude, but no wonder why both Sam and _ck_ left. I’m feeling like a battered women who just now realized that I’ve been abused for the past 2 years.
You might be thinking of either Sam or _ck_. Sam was an employee of Matt who left to pursue other interests. _ck_ was a major contributor of plugins who left because, to my understanding, she felt under appreciated by the community and disagreed with the direction of the product.