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Published on July 4th, 2009 by @mercime

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BuddyPress Project Roadmap

Published on June 16th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

The votes are in, tallied, and the BuddyPress roadmap is now complete, ready for all to see. Thank you to everyone who gave their input. The roadmap should give everyone a good idea of what they should expect to see in the next four versions of BuddyPress. You will also see both the status updates […]

Help Shape the Future of BuddyPress

Published on May 16th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

Since the release of BuddyPress 1.0 we’ve been thinking of interesting ways that the community could directly participate in the roadmap for future BuddyPress releases. We think we’ve found a fun approach, and so we’ve decided to run a bit of an experiment. Over the last week, those who participate in the BuddyPress IRC room […]

Google Custom Search for BuddyPress / WordPress MU

Published on April 15th, 2009 by Jake Spurlock

In developing Petomundo!, one of the biggest drawbacks that we faced was in using the default WordPress search. At an early meeting after the Pet Breeds database was created, we would type in Beagle, and in the search results, it would be show down the list as the fourth or fifth post. Another situation arose […]

BuddyPress in K-12 Education

Published on April 2nd, 2009 by kennibc

We just began using BuddyPress for a K-12 District in Dearborn, Michigan. As a pilot, Dearborn public schools began using BuddyPress as a student ePortfolio/journal network about three weeks ago. Our student blogging world is quickly growing – particularly at the high school and middle school level where several teachers were clamoring for a controlled […]

What BuddyPress Did For Parenting

Published on March 30th, 2009 by

When my wife became pregnant, as a first time dad I was over the moon. At that point, your life sort of changes. You start to read baby books and leaflets, meet health advisers and hospital staff. You’re plunged into a world of baby care, lactation, compromise and change. It can be quite daunting at […]

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