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Hope not, I’d be damned…
But in the theme’s demo, everything is working beaufully: http://ghostpool.com/wordpress/?theme=score
Exactly as I’d like to.
It is a new installation, without plugins, just the Score theme (http://themeforest.net/item/score-review-wordpress-buddypress-theme/703127) wich has been last updated few days ago and without bugs.
Do we have a BP 1.6 Release Date?
No, all seems to work correctly, is just that seems that when you put buddypress in a secondary blog, it doesen’t caches the primary blog posts… because the posts of my secondary blog are appearing
You can see the problem here:
Lastimpacto.com (main blog)
In the lastimpacto.com/comunidad activity are not displayed the posts we’ve created in the frontpage, nor the comments
It has broke my bbpress forums…. and even when I’ve made some changes to have bbpress ready to install, it throws me to dashboard when trying to install bbpres… ****!
// edited for language – hnla
I’ve came up with a “solution”
Vanilla 2 integration with WordPress it’s really easy. And now, they have widgets like “forum activity” and “recent post” widgets. So you can always put the “forum activity” widget in the “activity” of buddypress, it’s easy and can keep the activities look the same but more ordered.
What I’m trying to do now is to put the user activity in a widget in the buddypress profile
Install WP 3.0.4 –> Enable Multisite –> Create a new blog called “buddypress”, “community” or the name you want –> Go to that new blog admin –> Plugins –> Install Buddypress
You’ll have now a frontpage blog with yopur purchased theme, and then a “false” blog with the buddypress characteristics.
I forgot to say: It will be important to make it work with Achievements. @DJPaul
And maybe also with @ mentions?
Yep, Achievements it’s one of the most important things to me for using buddypress (I’m Hachi, the fella of the spanish trans.)
The forums are a bit tricky, tough. To have sitewide forums integrated with activity…
It’ll be shiny to have sitwide forums out-of-the-box