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In reply to: Kunena 5 to bbpress
You’d need to re-import though instead of matching the “real name” field, match the “username” field in your importerIn reply to: Topic Tags autocomplete
With some custom development, you could @seoguru, CMB2 I’m pretty sure could handle that type of thing on the front end.In reply to: “Recent Replies” widget Spanish translation error
The translations are handled at https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/bbpress/stable/es/default, you should be able to search for the string and suggest a new translationIn reply to: XSS in 2.5.14?In reply to: Importing problem Example.php
Checkout the phpBB converter, it’s one of the best example implementations.
_bbp_old_topic_idto grab your old topic id:
bbPress is following along with WordPress GDPR implementation, once that is sorted out we’ll implement what needs implementing for bbPress.
WordPress’ GDPR progress can be followed along via https://make.wordpress.org/core/tag/gdpr-compliance/In reply to: Blocked message after login – Mobile ONLY
I’ve just created the user
testteston the site
I can login successfully using the following 3 methods:
• Using Chrome on my desktop
• Using Chrome emulating an iPhone 7+
• Using my iPhone 7+ directly
The only other things I can suggest is checking with your webhosting if you have any firewall applications or rules that might be the cause of this.
p.s Feel free to the delete the
testtestaccount I createdIn reply to: Roles & Capabilites
You can use this plugin to manage roles https://wordpress.org/plugins/bbp-capabilities/
bbPress 2.6 coming soon adds support for per-forum moderators
Thanks @w3215, I’d love to see this sort of thing myself, or at least explore the idea and see how well a fit it fits a forum workflow….
I’ve not yet myself explored the possibilities of what we could do with bbPress and Gutenberg… I have a few ideas that I want to experiment with in the next month or so though…
I’d love to see and hear some more thoughts on these types of ideas the bbPress community has
Can you try using the following version:
Slack conversations can be hard to follow, anyways here’s a chat recap:
Thanks for this @casiepa 🙂
p.s. I’d also like to echo what Robin said, please keep the conversation about the GDPR and not make it personal, we all have differing opinions, and many of us are coming to this from different angles, for example I’m in Australia, we’ve got no legal privacy protections (this isn’t quite true, but it seems like it most of the time) but I’m more than happy to try to understand what the GDPR entails and how we can make bbPress GDPR compliant 🙂In reply to: Importing data via sql
Sorry for the late reply Dirk, could you post your “custom” importer code to https://gist.github.com/ and I’ll take a look 🙂In reply to: Fix for PHPBB3 to BBPress conversion script
@pixelnated, if you use the version here it includes a bunch of other enhancements 🙂
@tiiuk did you select phpBB from the dropdown and enter the correct database prefix?
As private person I like this regulation, really a lot.
– No more selling your data to third parties around. They have to write clearly what they collect, to whom they give it. (Facebook, Google and Twitter, no more dirty tricks with advertisments and following silently people around, with different scripts). They will be forced now to reveal all those secrets and what they do.
I agree with this 100% 🙂
Here’s the exact change in that code that was added for the next bbPress release
If you haven’t joined up for WordPress’ Slack please do 🙂
Please remember though, the discussions on WordPress’ Slack will be about adding GDPR to WordPress Core, as bbPress and BuddyPress are official “sister projects” of the WordPress project we’ll be for the most part following and implementing the solution WordPress Core decides upon, this will be implemented across these bbPress.org, buddypress.org, and wordpress.org support forums and shipped in an upcoming bbPress release 🙂
As a Microsoft Partner for 20+ years (which I am now no longer) I could never get my hands on any Great Plains or Dynamics, or Dynamics 365 products 🙁
That said, as Robin pointed out it should be possible, you’d have to get the database out of MSSQL and into MySQL and there are converters for that online.
You can use the standard WordPress import and export tool, no need for a bbPress to bbPress importerIn reply to: Topics not found, only sticky topics show
@jkw217, You do not have the exact same problem, please add some more information to the post I’ve just made here https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/import-parent-and-child-relationships/
p.s. Please create your own topics in future instead of replying to other topics, 99.9999% of the time your import issues will be different to that of someone else’s, if you need to you can link o other topics as a reference and say it is “similar to xyz”In reply to: AMP not working with bbPress Permalinks with ID