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I finally got my answer, and more, from this very illuminating video tutorial: http://labzip.com/the-definitive-guide-to-buddypress-bbpress-configuration/ Although it didn’t specifically address the issue of multi-site blogs or network activation, the comprehensive guide made clear that single site activation was all that was necessary. It also had some great tips for configuring bbPress with Buddypress.
@JohnJamesJacoby: This would seem to be a simple and fundamental issue but I can’t find an answer anywhere, or get an answer here. What is the preferred method – network activate or parent level single activate?
@John James Jacoby, Thanks again for that tip. I already had a similar genesis buddypress plugin smoothing out the integration. I had bbpress activated at only one subdomain on my multi-site. I determined that if I configured bbPress through Buddypress instead of as a stand-alone plugin, then I didn’t get the weirdness. However, that leads to a new question I can’t find the answer to: for bbPress sitewide forums, do I network activate (its a multi-site installation) or do I activate only at the main domain site?
Nice! Found the plugin bbPress Genesis Extend. I’ll give it a try.
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