1. strebel

    Thanks for for having me!


  2. Nicolas

    Great show. Really enjoyed to hear how they built their business on WP.


  3. Nicolas

    Jeff, after listen to some parts of the show for a second time, I wanted to ask a question about BuddyPress. Is there still a project like the bbPress Plugin you mentioned on another post for BuddyPress. So that you could run it on a regular WP install? Or will this not be done as WP and WPmu are about to merge. And if the latter is true, will still every regular WP be able to run BuddyPress or only those who activate the WPmu features?


  4. Andrea_R

    @Nicolas – In the current trunk version of BuddyPress, it runs off a single WordPress install. you will only needs the multi-blog part if you want users to have actual blogs. The BP areas are tied to the main blog.


  5. Nicolas

    @Andrea_R – thanks for the info. This might end up being exactly what I will be using for a project that already runs on WP.


  6. Edward Caissie

    Just a quick FYI … it seems the iTunes podcast is not working (Jan 18), some sort of error :(


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