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Correct, no hardcoded limit. WordPress will go as far as your servers will
Thanks for creating the ticket. Looks like we should have a fix in trunk soon.
Hmm. I don’t think (might be wrong) that BP has ever supported forwarding in its Messages component. It sounds like something that was on the original feature list, but perhaps never implemented.
Most of the old Ning -> BuddyPress stuff was, I guess, for their 1.0 version; it was all written a few years ago in reaction to some change on their end. I think you’re going to have to spend a bunch of time seeing if the old importers work — if they don’t, you’ll need to write one, or fix it up.
http://chrislema.com/cant-afford-wordpress-plugin-want/ is actually a good read around this kind of thing.
Just to let you know that we’ve fixed this bug. The fix will be included in BuddyPress 2.1.
AFAIK, no-one on the BuddyPress core team has tested BuddyPress extensively on HHVM. Also, we do not check our unit tests on HHVM.
Informally, I think our position is along the lines of “once HHVM is officially supported in WordPress core, we’ll officially support it in BuddyPress core.” Note that there’s a difference between “works well” and “officially supported”.
However, if people like yourself want to run BuddyPress on HHVM and report any issues to us (or help us debug and fix them), we’d love that.
AFAIK, those plugins don’t offer front-end integration with BuddyPress. You/someone will have to build that.
As you can read, some of those aren’t related to BuddyPress. What versions of BuddyPress, bbPress, and WordPress are you using?
Ah hah, interesting. @rossagrant:
If you go to wp-admin > Settings > General, what are the values for the “WordPress Address (URL)” and “Site Address (URL)” fields?
It looks like your site is making its “load more” request to http://www.staging.mysite.com, but the site is intended to be accessible at staging.mysite.com. Is that correct?
Do you have any plugins or unusual server config that are redirecting from www to no-www?
Yep, I know what you’re referring to. It’s a legacy option that’s only important if you’ve the Groups and Forums components enabled, and if you use bbPress 1.
Note that if you’re using the plugin version of bbPress, you’ll be on version 2.x of bbPress, and so this won’t apply to you.
I think we’ll end up adding admin options to control this kind of behaviour. Not sure if 2.1 or 2.2, but feels like soon.
The fix for this has made it into BP 2.0.1, which should be released very soon.
@gtvnetwork – that’s a custom theme used on profiles.wordpress.org.
A fix for this has been included in BuddyPress 2.0, which is due for release today.
admin-ajax.php is a core WordPress file.
I’ve searched for the phrase “new-review-button” in the BuddyPress code, and it doesn’t exist in BuddyPress. Perhaps it’s introduced by some other plugin on your site, but only when BuddyPress is active? I don’t know.
What other plugins and themes are you using?
Are these two sites two separate WordPress installs, or is it one install and you’re using multisite?
Are you talking about changing the group activity stream or the group forums?
I think we may have changed/fixed the count behaviour for the upcoming 2.0 release, but I am not sure and can’t test at the moment.
In terms of refreshing the screen causing the count to clear. It depends on what screen you’re refreshing and what type of notification you’re looking at, but generally speaking, yes this is intended.