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BuddyPress 1.0 Has Arrived

Published on April 30th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

I’m happy to announce that version 1.0 of BuddyPress is now available for download. This release marks over a year of solid development, starting from the roots of the ChickSpeak project, all the way to the blossoming developer community I see interacting on this site everyday. This is just the first step on a long […]

BuddyPress 1.0 RC-2 Now Available

Published on April 23rd, 2009 by Andy Peatling

BuddyPress version 1.0 RC-2 has now been tagged and made available for download. This release requires version 2.7.1 of WordPress MU, but for good reason. It is now possible to automatically download, install and upgrade BuddyPress from within the WordPress MU plugin admin area. If you are upgrading from RC-1 it is very important that […]

Why Your BuddyPress Themes Are Future Proof

Published on April 20th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

In the very early releases of BuddyPress, most actions that involved entering information were done in the WordPress admin area. With blogging this works really well, you want to focus on writing and there is no need for you to be dazzled by jazzy graphics during that process. With social networking the story is a […]

Google Custom Search for BuddyPress / WordPress MU

Published on April 15th, 2009 by Jake Spurlock

In developing Petomundo!, one of the biggest drawbacks that we faced was in using the default WordPress search. At an early meeting after the Pet Breeds database was created, we would type in Beagle, and in the search results, it would be show down the list as the fourth or fifth post. Another situation arose […]

BuddyPress in K-12 Education

Published on April 2nd, 2009 by kennibc

We just began using BuddyPress for a K-12 District in Dearborn, Michigan. As a pilot, Dearborn public schools began using BuddyPress as a student ePortfolio/journal network about three weeks ago. Our student blogging world is quickly growing – particularly at the high school and middle school level where several teachers were clamoring for a controlled […]

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