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January thoughts, BuddyPress 2.2

With each new software release that I’m fortunate enough to contribute to, I usually take some time (or lots of time) to reflect on a few different things that I think are critical to the project and myself: 536 more words


I could have a book too!

But long ago, I decided I would have an on going blog instead and look! here we are at wraithlycommunal.wordpress.com

Editing is a real whore and my g and h key’s on my current laptop are broken so typing for very long would drive me literally insane. 310 more words


BuddyPress 2.2 Beta 1 is available for testing. Please download the 2.2-beta1 zip or get a copy via our Subversion repository. If you are a plugin or theme developer, or are running a BuddyPress powered site with a development environment available, your help testing it out with us is very much appreciated.

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BuddyPress welcome screen design ideas

For the BuddyPress 2.2 dev cycle, I decided to spend my time exploring ideas about the experience of a new user after they activate the plugin on their site for the first time. 267 more words


Social woes aka I miss my wordpress self hosted multi site

I miss my self hosted wordpress version which was a multi site blog. This means you can sign up for our network, have a profile page, and add your own blog, on our site, and have your own blog/cms or buddypress, with profiles, media, forums, add links page, pages, and more little doo-dads, FREE. 310 more words

Ana Massien Updates

John J Jacoby: Making a living scratching your itch

It’s one of the mantras of free and open source software (FOSS): Software is born when one developer tries to solve their own personal problem. That is, the developer is “scratching an itch,” not being assigned to code something after some corporate marketing department spends weeks/months/years trying to figure out what the world (or at least a significant market share) needs or wants. 617 more words

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