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Any chance to get this working with BP 1.5?

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    ultimateuser
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    @ultimateuser

    When will this plugin become available for BP 1.5.1?

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    EllsWeb
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    @ellsweb

    What is absolutely amazing to me is the arrogance of the dev’s of buddypress to ignore the desires of those using the plugin.

    I find that there are a good number of people who either don’t like or just don’t want the @mentions. Yet, nobody will step up and at least code in an option to turn it off.

    It’s very frustrating to have to hack something that should be so easily coded into buddypress to allow people to turn this feature off. It isn’t cute, it is distracting and it is an annoyance to have to explain. Is it really that the dev’s of buddypress don’t care what users think? They seem to be completely out of touch with what should be allowed in this plugin.. It’s hard enough to get this plugin to work at all with certain themes. Why can’t we have the simple option to check a box and turn these ridiculous @mentions off?…

    We care, and listen to, all users of BuddyPress all the time to help shape the future of the plugin. Just like with anything else, being rude and attacking us is not going to help your cause.

    Enhancement requests can go on https://buddypress.trac.WordPress.org, and we have development meetings on IRC every Wednesday (the times are listed on http://bpdevel.WordPress.com/ in the right-hand side panel). Anyone can ask us questions after the meeting about BuddyPress, so that is one other way to share your ideas with us.

    However, I usually suggest that people open a discussion on this forum about an idea before they submit it to trac, just so we can more easily see if lots of people support it.

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