bbPress

Pippin has released a simple bbPress notices plugin that allows you to place forum notices that will be seen across the entire forum. By default, the notices appear at the top of the forum and use the default bbPress styling making integration painless.

John James Jacoby has published the 2012 year in review post for bbPress. It’s been one year since the project went from being stand alone software to a WordPress plugin. So far, it looks like the project is progressing along quite steadily. Among some of the cool stuff added to (more…)

The latest version of bbPress was released on the same day as WordPress 3.5. The new version sports a few bug fixes with themes and BuddyPress compatibility. On the topic if bbPress, there is also news that Jennifer M. Dodd has been officially given committ access to the bbPress project. (more…)

bbPress has released version 2.0.1 which is considered a maintenance release. However, if you have anonymous posting enabled, you’ll want to upgrade as soon as possible as this release addresses an issue where anonymous posters could potentially be able to edit topics and replies. If upgrading from 2.0, try upgrading (more…)

In this episode, I give you the latest headlines of the week and end the show with a 40 minute conversation I had with Kevinjohn Gallagher who is a bbPress and WordPress end user to get his perspective on both platforms. Stories Discussed: WordPress Beta 2 Released Chip Bennett Hits (more…)

After a long time in development, bbPress 2.0 stable has been given the green light. While new version releases are exciting, this particular one for bbPress is especially so as it is a total rethink of how bbPress runs, integrates, and functions as a forums plugin instead of stand-alone software. (more…)

In this pre-recorded edition of WordPress Weekly, I get you caught up with the news that made the headlines this week. While I didn’t have time to go in-depth on any particular topic, this episode features two interviews. One with Tom McFarlin talking about the lessons he’s learned through commercial (more…)

John James Jacoby who is one of the core developers of BuddyPress has published a post on the BuddyPress development blog that talks about the future of bbPress and BuddyPress as he sees it. In fact, if you didn’t know it by now, John is leading the initiative in turning (more…)