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Oh, that is strange, can you check the contents of the following file for me on your beta 2:
That line should read
$max_index_length = 191;
One other thing, you might need to run the “reset forums” tool first from:
That will delete that old table (and *all* your forum data) and make it available to be created in the updated format.
Thanks for the report @tiiuk, this has been fixed for bbPress 2.6 🙂
If you would like to you can update to bbPress 2.6 Beta 2, bbPress 2.6 has significant enhancements for imported phpBB forums as an added bonus 🙂
Details are here: https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-2-6-beta/
Great, so the root issue of this topic is now resolved, awesome +1
I suspect the redirects are caused by the juggling in the
ST_tweak_trash_meta_caps()function, I’d look there, most of that code shouldn’t be required.
p.s. Note, I only cut and pasted your code to test, I didn’t look closely or test beyond what I needed to test 🙂In reply to: Allow users to block posts from other users
In bbPress 1.x there was a feature called “bozo”, what that did was hide any topics and replies from users that had been “bozo’d” though the bozo user would continue to see their own topics and replies.
This feature has not been migrated to bbPress 2.x, there is a discussion in ticket #2755 on some potential ideas and suggests a couple of plugin and plugin ideas that might pave the way for some future bbPress 2.x enhancement.
I’ve saved the code used as a plugin here: https://gist.github.com/ntwb/56ab5a4eab8bbcdc90fc2bdfc2c57838
Could you please test this again @sallyruchman and confirm te results pleaseIn reply to: bbPress 2.6 Beta 2
@mth75 Beta 2 was released yesterday, here’s the link:In reply to: $post_stati = bbp_get_public_status_id();
It sounds like you might be using PHP 7?
If indeed that is the case the issue you are having I think is fixed in bbPress 2.6-beta
You can update (and test) the new bbPress https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-2-6-beta-1/
Right, thanks, this is a BuddyPress issue and not bbPress.
That said, you need to create pages for each of those BuddyPress menu items
If you go to your BuddyPress settings page e.g https://example.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=bp-page-settings it should show what pages are and are not associtaed with the BuddyPress components you activated.
For each one missing a page, go create a new WordPress page for each then return and associate each page with the BuddyPress component and hit save 🙂In reply to: Is there an API for bbPress
Apologies @barryhughes-1, Akismet caught your previous posts as spam for some reason /shrug
We’ve got an update that will at least let you know Akismet caught them as spam rather than just an empty void to deploy in the not too distant future 🙂
Per the announcement post:
If you’re going to test 2.6 on a live site, maybe don’t just yet. It runs a database upgrade routine to migrate favorites & subscriptions from usermeta to postmeta, and for large forums that may take a while or possibly lock things up for a bit.
So I’d suggest waiting until we hit beta 2, by then we should be able to better analyse how the upgrade routing has worked for some larger sites, mainly wordpress.org.
I hope you saw that we released bbPress 2.6 beta last night 🙂
There are significant performance increases with 2.6, wordpress.org/support is now running 2.6 alpha, we’ll update it shortly to 2.6 beta.
We’ve got further performance enhancements to come, one that I think you may be running into is the time it takes to post a reply, one change that was merged last night and is now being used here on bbPress.org significantly imporoves that time for adding new replies, another in the works for the same issue is to optimize how subscribers are notified of a new reply in a topic, currently most of that wait period you’re experiencing I would think is coming from topics that have high number of subscribers.
Anyway, I hope this is better news for you 🙂
p.s. WordPress dot org support has ~2.5 million topics and 6 million replies
It sounds like you might be best of posting on buddypress.org?
If you think it is here on the bbPress side of things could you clarify which menu links you are clicking please? Maybe some screenshots would be helpful, share them via imgur.comIn reply to: How to delete or empty 50000 spam replies and topicsIn reply to: SMF Import to bbPress
Closing this topic, please create a new topic if you have any SMF issues 🙂In reply to: is there a bulk function for closing topics?
There is also this plugin from @thebrandonallen that would be a great starting point 🙂
The membership plugin you are using should remove the user from any subscription.
Closing this as a duplicate (As I already replied to the other topic)
If a “membership” type role plugin is removing the “Participant” role then that plugin I would expect should clean up after itself in general, that is, I would expect that plugin to also remove a users subscriptions.
bbPress has all of the functionality implemented to perform these said actions, the plugin you are using to do this would just need to implement this functionality.In reply to: Is there no tool to fight profile SPAM in BBPress?
There would be two parts to this, the first I think sounds easy enough, when a user updates their profile we submit the updated user bio/description to Akismet. The second part of this is the “management” side, what to do with the profile if it fails the Akismet check 🤔
With topics and replies, in bbPress we have a new “pending” post status, similar to the “spam” post status for topics and replies awaiting some moderator action. I wouldn’t want (due to Akismet false positives) to automatically mark a user as a “spam user” solely from the Akismet response, we’d want the user flagged for follow up by a moderator or keymaster.
Anyone else have some thoughts on the workflow and how w should approach this?In reply to: Random Topic Link
@ johnskennedy You’re spot on, creating 8 functions is one way to do that, you’d need to make sure that each function name is unique.
That said, the above is one way, another way is to use some conditional logic with some
elsestatements which is a little trickier, possibly more fun though to update the function in this way even 😉
See these codex docs for sme very initial hints:
• https://codex.bbpress.org/bbpress-conditional-tags/In reply to: Where is RSS for topics?In reply to: Logged in user posts as Anonymous