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One solution would be to make uploads from specific sources apply specific pre-defined tags. For instance, by default a picture uploaded to (via) “Sadr”‘s album would be tagged “sadr” and “personal”, while a picture uploaded to the “Soccer Fans” group would be tagged “soccer fans” and “group”. Additionally, more auto-tags could be defined for each of these.
Ideally, I’d like to see the possibility to easily switch between “local” view and “related” view when viewing any one’s gallery, be it person or group. That means, on the one hand you have all the pictures uploaded specifically to this page, and on the other hand you have the pictures that relate to it based on identical tags. Automatically mixing the two would be annoying when you’ve carefully put together a piece of pictures e.g. to tell a story or showcase a product, but getting a “side-tab” so to speak for related images should usually be welcomed.
+1, really need this! BP Contents seem to cover everything suggested in this thread, if not more.
I have a feature suggestion, though I’m unsure which platform (WordPress vs BuddyPress) it actually targets. I would like the ability to make certain categories and tags private, i.e. for moderators and above only. I found a plugin called “private tags”
This plugin however hides content, while all I want to do is to hide the option of adding certain tags. For instance if your website pulls official site news from various sub-blogs by checking for the ‘official’ tag, ordinary users should not be allowed to apply this tag.
I am fairlly certain this will be a non-issue by the time 3.0 is out.
I contacted CometChat’s helpdesk and also left a post on ArrowChat’s forum:
CometChat got back to me today, stating:
“We plan to release a Jabber version in the near future.”
Good to know.
Thanks for the notice foxly. Still, I seem to not be getting it then. I have v0.1.6 installed on a WPMU BuddyPress install and all I can find is user albums. I expected group albums to pop up the same way the group wiki or group documents do, but no luck
would be a great addition to my game developers site.
Same problem here… Great plugin project though, hope to see it go far.
I’m looking for pretty much the same thing, let me know if anything needs testing!
I’m planning to make a game for game developers. At its simplest, I want to offer users the following during group signup:
Please choose one of the available project portals (only the initial setup is different):
At its more advanced, there would be differences in layout to allow the index of a showcase group to market itself more efficiently,while a development group would be more about the overall updates.
Another cool feature would be the ability to make simple customizations to their site, like changing the color schemes and background pictures for their group pages. But this might not be within your scope eh?
Can’t help, but definitely supporting this feature addition. It’d be fine as just a plugin.
Fantastic looking site, and the contents look like my kind of flavor. Glad I bumped into this site! Gotta admit, didn’t think a website called gm3r.com would look like much, but chances are I’ll become a gm3r too now
Hi there foxly & co. Just came by this project and I’m loving what I’ve seen thus far!
This upcoming release has me a little puzzled though. On your WP plugin listing, I the following features are supposed to be coming up next:
> multiple albums per user
> albums for groups
> shortcode embeddable photos
> cache integration
> clean uninstall command
The one I care the most about, by far, is albums for groups. I noticed many others have requested it in this thread as well. However I did not see it among your features listed for the next release. So, uhm, will I get to play with group-albums by Monday or not?
Amazing work is being done here mate, I hope to take a small part in the process.