Although the announcement has not yet been published on the BuddyPress blog, the release history page on the site has been updated to show the changes in version 1.2.2. A number of bugs have been fixed such as:
- Fixed inconsistencies with new account activation between WordPress MU and standard WP. All new accounts must now be activated to confirm a valid email is being used.
- Fixed problems with table generation when MySQL strict mode is enabled.
- Fixed issues when visiting pages with restricted access via notification emails when the user is not logged in.
- Fixed bugs with saving empty valued profile fields with multiple options, even when they are not required fields.
You can get the new version from the download page.
Ok, so I have a client wanting to build out a few sites utilizing the Buddypress social network features. Now that WP 3.0 has been release, which seems to make using MU a thing of the past for Buddypress, do I do it the new way with 3.0 (but it’s still a new release with some issues to work through) or do I do it the old way with MU and Buddypress?