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I guess I can disable the buddypress blog directory and replace it with a blog directory via plugin or other. I need to add my current users as members, since they are not seen by the bp network.
As a follow-up, I disabled all plugins except buddypress network-wide.
I’ve been wrestling this issue as well. How did you work it out? The site looks great.
@idotter: Now that you’ve been thinking about this for 3 months, can you summarize what you are looking for? The plugin would allow users to have their social content (to be determined) to be pulled from outside feeds to their profile pages, which would be pulled into the home page potentially (perhaps).
It would be interesting to ‘curate’ outside content in a BP blog network. I’m not sure I care whether this is a plugin into BP, or it’s being collected by a separate website like Noserub. Both could feed a niche focus site’s content.
Depending on the size, automatic aggregation of multiple streams could be overwhelming. Community voting could drive the home page content or maybe there is a content DJ, which means there needs to be a self-hosted database of social content with admin/editing tools. Sweetcron did this as well and is open for development.
I found the php.ini installation for my slicehost account at /etc/php5/apache/, and changed the 16M allocation to 48M to 96M, and still got a fatal memory error on plugin installation. I discovered this thread, and defined the wp_memory_limit to be 96M as well, and the plugins loaded. Now to sort through the themes issue since the default MU homepage is not a bp theme. From a new user standpoint, it seems like more attention needs to be directed towards the wp-config.php file when updating a buddypress or any install.
buddypress 1.0.3. (attempt)
I’ve been running into this trying to install 1.0.2 and 1.0.3 and have not solved the problem. My 2.8.1. installation is clean and seems to be running fine. I had an older MU install with the first buddy beta release prior to the 2.8.1 upgrade.
I’ve tried plugin updater and manual methods per instructions.
I tried the wp-admin/php.ini recommendation.
most recent error message: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 7680 bytes) in /var/www/manifold/wp-includes/kses.php(1032) : runtime-created function on line 1