Re: What's happening with bbPress?
>Wordpress became popular, and maintains its popularity, because it provides features users want.
I agree. As plugins, in most cases.
And for the record, I don’t want bbPress to stick with 0.9. I think some people want that because 0.9:
- has more plugins that work with it
- uses less resources
I just want bbPress to live up to the promises it makes: