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bbAttachments not functional


  • R.Bucky
    Member

    @rbucky

    I have followed the README to the letter for installation of the bbAttachments plugin. All relevant directories are 777, I created the bb-attachments directory, and a no go. I host my own site at http://gplug.org/forums/. As soon as I click the upload button, my topic is posted. I have tried jpg and png without success. Images do not reside in the bb-attachments folders either. Currently using bbPress 1.01 and WP 2.8.1 integration.

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  • _ck_
    Participant

    @_ck_

    See where it says “Compatible up to: 0.9”

    By the way, I am trying to understand why so few people ask these kinds of plugin specific questions on the page for the plugin itself. Can you give me any insight?


    R.Bucky
    Member

    @rbucky

    Well, I did not notice the “0.9” notation. The bbPress forums captures a larger audience, and therefore seems the best avenue and quickly resolving a query. Thank you for your quick response. Much appreciated.

    By the way, I am trying to understand why so few people ask these kinds of plugin specific questions on the page for the plugin itself. Can you give me any insight?

    WordPress does it in the forums. It’s a second place to look for support, not as many people visit it with the regularity they do this part of the site, and as it has the oldest post on top, it’s not quite as intuitive as it might be.


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    The problem for a plugin author, as I see it, is that you can follow RSS feeds for each of your plugins, in the plugin forum, but you can’t catch every topic posted in the forums here that mentions your plugin.

    WordPress.org has a pretty good method of tagging the support topics with [Plugin-Name] so you can follow an RSS feed for an individual plugin in the support forums. That doesn’t exist here. I often wonder how they enforce consistency for plugin names in those tags.

    Actually, maybe they don’t. These are all about All in One SEO pack from Michael Torbert.

    https://wordpress.org/tags/all-in-one-seo

    https://wordpress.org/tags/all-in-one-seo-2

    https://wordpress.org/tags/all-in-one-seo-3

    [Plugin All In One SEO]

    [PLUGIN: All-in-One SEO]

    Plugin: All in One SEO

    So, maybe they don’t. Seeing this, I think it would be much easier for a plugin author to follow the RSS feed for their page, and not try to watch the forums for mentions of their plugins.

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