Posts Tagged ‘buddypress’

BuddyPress 1.2.6 Released

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October 22nd, 2010
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The latest version of BuddyPress, WordPress’ powerful “social network in a box” plugin, has been released. This long-awaited update improves compatibility with WordPress 3.0, adds some minor tweaks to the base theme, and resolvesĀ 91 issues! Now that Paul Gibbs and Boone Gorges have joined the team, the next major release is on track for the end of 2010. BuddyPress has been rapidly building its user base since 1.0 was released in April of 2009. Have you built something with BuddyPress? If so, we’d love to hear about it!

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WordPress MU and BuddyPress Plugin Contest 2009

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As in last year, following our own Plugin Competition (results are on the way), WPMU.org is holding their own plugin competition. But this time they are adding BuddyPress plugins into the mix as well. You can visit the WPMU Plugin Competition Homepage for more information. The rules for the competition remain the same as last year. Competitors need to post as announcement for their plugin(s) by registering at WPMU.org and submitting a post. The plugins must relate to WordPress MU or BuddyPress and be available freely for download. The plugins must also be released under a GPL compatible license. The prize pool is at $1000 and the organizers are looking for more donations to bolster the purse. So if you are a novice plugin author looking to wade in the WordPress MU pool or a seasoned veteran looking to flex your muscles, head over to the competition and post an […]

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WordPress Gone Social – BuddyPress

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December 20th, 2008
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First off, BuddyPress is looking real good these days. Secondly, I’d like to thank Andy Peatling, head honcho for the BuddyPress project for stopping by and lending us an hour of his time to explain exactly what BuddyPress is and does. On December 15th, 2008 Andy released the first beta version of the project. So what exactly is BuddyPress? BuddyPress is essentially a set of WordPress MU specific plugins. Each plugin component adds a distinct feature to BuddyPress and only handles functionality for that specific component (for example, private messaging). BuddyPress also has a core plugin that all other plugins require, it contains shared functions and performs the basic modifications to the WordPress MU interface. Tune into the show to hear Andy delve into the feature set of the project as well as taking questions from the audience. By the way, if you don’t have the ability to install WordPress […]

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