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Okay, Here’s what I get.
if ( bp_has_members(bp_ajax_querystring( 'members')) ) :
only returns one result.
if ( bp_has_members(bp_ajax_querystring( 'members').'&type=alphabetical') ) :
returns them all…hmm…
It’s just not working, period. As far as I can tell.
Just following up on this — what might some code look like? Say, to just even simply create a new profile field type and populate it once?
I so agree with this aim. I’m fine with FOAF. Let me know where I might lend a hand. If we want to model a dev enviro elsewhere to test things out, or a branch or something like that, I’m game.
And sorry I’ve never gotten back on this. My time has been *gulp* crunched!
Interesting. The *exclusivity* of it gives me pause, I must confess. What, I’m curious, is the difference between this event and http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/ ???
Here’s what worked for me: http://pastebin.com/WLMckWV6
Again, thanks for the help!
Thanks @r-a-y — always to the rescue! I’ll let you know if it works.
Adding to this thread (maybe I should start a new?)…suppose I didn’t want to edit header.php in any way shape or form. Is there any way to suppress certain pages from a functions.php page…
…further what I might actually want to do is suppress *all* wp_list_pages() and just keep the native BuddyPress ones. Hmm…any thoughts?
Ha ha, free hugs. Nice.
Thank you @johnjamesjacoby for taking this initiative. Some of those other threads (I know the ones of which you speak; I read, just didn’t participate) made me feel uncomfortable, and it’s always difficult navigating the more abusive types, etc. So I just wanted to speak from the other side and say there are some of us who appreciate it. So thanks!
Somebody explain? This looks fun, but clearly I’m out of the loop…
One (troublesome, but workable) solution would be to switch your WPMU site to WP. Realizing this could be a pain if you’re site is highly configured — but it *is* a possibility.
Additional specs/protocols to consider/look at/have handy for reference:
10. Activity Streams (atom on steroids) http://activitystrea.ms/
11. OpenID Connect http://openidconnect.com/
12. Oauth 2.0 (This is a new spec) http://hueniverse.com/2010/05/introducing-oauth-2-0/
13. PoCo (portable contacts) http://portablecontacts.net/
14. XAuth (discovery) http://xauth.org/
15. WebFinger (discovery) http://webfinger.org/ http://code.google.com/p/webfinger/
16. Salmon (defining scope of decentralized publication) http://www.salmon-protocol.org/ http://code.google.com/p/salmon-protocol/
17. PubSubHubbub (centralizing portability feeds via push notification) http://code.google.com/p/pubsubhubbub/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5kHx0rGkec
18. XMPP, XRD, & JRD (the evolution of a connectivity backbone) http://hueniverse.com/2010/05/jrd-the-other-resource-descriptor/
19. The Internet Identity Workshop http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/
You were one step ahead of me. I was just creating a group avatar. :p
@jeffsayre — i trust and get your concern w/ openid. That said, it’s hard to stop a moving train. I just don’t want to completely disregard all the motion going on elsewhere. So call me the healthy skeptic in the room — that should be a good thing, right? It just means that as we move forward you’ll have someone voicing alternate points of view. But I’m still on board to make *something* happen. (Btw, Chris link works for me. Maybe the site was just having a bad day :p ).
Have we set up an actual group for this? I think that might be a good place to start.
Oh — that’s marvelous — I don’t know why I never noticed this one before. Think of that. SVN repos for plugins. Nice.
This is an interesting read: http://factoryjoe.com/blog/2010/05/16/combing-openid-and-oauth-with-openid-connect/ @jeffsayre — what say ye on that one?
BTW, to answer your question more concisely, I am aware of Tim Berners-Lee’s vision (a more 3-dimensional web, if you will), and even have my own radical views of what that might entail.
@jeffsayre I’ve chatted on a few occasions w/ @djpaul about distributive technologies w/ regards to BuddyPress. (Actually, I talked w/ @apeatling & @johnjamesjacoby during WordCamp NYC 09 about some of the possibilities, too.) I would say I’m much more aware of the semantic protocols. I actually haven’t ever delved into the stack, but I’m excited to do it. I’ve read several of your posts over the last year. I keep track of Messina, Smarr, Shephard, Hammer-Lahav, Recordon, and other advocates…
…I started out with the interest in just getting my own site running on the stack. But my interest kind of snowballed, and now I’m pretty much thoroughly all around passionate about it. I’ll set myself up so I can start working. Maybe just tell those of us who want in where to go.
By the way, it is exciting to see more buzz about all this on BuddyPress — I just hope it doesn’t fizzle. This is one area of development that actually excites me enough to insert my skillz/experience and help it along. (I actually tried it once before, but kind of went about it the wrong way, and didn’t really have a lot of help as consequence.)