Released today is bbPress 2.1.1. It fixes a few annoyances that popped up with the 2.1 release, and is a safe update for anyone running bbPress 2.0-2.1. Fixed Invision, phpBB, and vBulletin importers Fixed private/hidden forum bugs Fixed topic split meta values Fixed theme compatibility logic error Fixed role mask issues for shared user installs […]
bbPress 2.1.1 ReleasedPublished on July 23rd, 2012 by John James Jacoby
bbPress.org RefreshPublished on July 19th, 2012 by John James Jacoby
It was July 13, 2010 that the rebirth of bbPress began, and on September 21, 2011 it was re-released entirely as a plugin for WordPress. By using custom post-types, taxonomies, and the rest of the existing WordPress codebase, bbPress immediately became the easiest forum software to integrate with your existing WordPress powered site. Since then, […]
bbPress 2.1 now available!Published on July 8th, 2012 by John James Jacoby
Out now is bbPress 2.1! It comes with over 150 individual fixes and enhancements since 2.0, and is considered a safe update to any site running bbPress 2.0 or higher. Here are some 2.1 carrots to entice you to update: WordPress 3.4 compatibility Deprecate $bbp global, use bbpress() singleton Private forums now visible to registered […]
bbPress 2.1 RC 4Published on July 2nd, 2012 by John James Jacoby
A weekend worth of work, and bbPress 2.1 RC 4 is ready to go. It fixes some issues with Akismet, cache busting, and Widgets, so if you’re already running 2.1 this is a safe update for you. Call our development tracker if you see anything strange in your bbPress neighborhood. Download bbPress 2.1 RC 4!