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What’s Coming in BuddyPress 1.2?

Published on December 23rd, 2009 by Andy Peatling

Development for version 1.2 of BuddyPress is beginning to wind down and we’re looking at a feature freeze at the end of this month. I’d expect the new version to be released some time at the end of January after a period of beta testing. We’ve got a host of new features to look forward to in this new version and I’d like to give you a glimpse of a few of them.

BuddyPress 1.1.3

Published on November 30th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

The latest BuddyPress 1.1 point release is now available for download. This release fixes a number of remaining issues with the 1.1 release of BuddyPress. Although this is not a critical upgrade, it is still highly recommended to ensure the stability of your installation. Please consult the release history for a complete list of changes […]

Doubling Up

Published on October 30th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

I’d like to congratulate John James Jacoby (aka jjj) for doubling the size of the core development team and gaining commit access to the project! BuddyPress is growing, and at a pace that just one core developer cannot possibly keep up with. I’ve been looking to expand the size of the core development team for […]

BuddyPress at WordCamp New York

Published on October 29th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

This year at WordCamp New York there will be a whole track dedicated to WordPress MU and BuddyPress. Some of the topics being presented are: Getting off the Farm:WPMU Beyond Blog Hosting. We all know that WPMU can be used to host multiple blogs for public or internal signups. But what else can you do? […]

BuddyPress Updated to 1.1.2

Published on October 26th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

BuddyPress 1.1.2 is now available via an automatic upgrade or manual download. This is an important security release and fixes two vulnerabilities found in version 1.1.1. To stay protected it is essential that you upgrade to this version of BuddyPress regardless of the version you are currently running. For a full list of fixes and […]

BuddyPress 1.1.1

Published on October 5th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

The first BuddyPress 1.1 point release is now available for download. This release fixes a few remaining issues with BuddyPress 1.0 theme backwards compatibility. Upgrade instructions are in the usual spot. Please consult the release history for a complete list of changes.

BuddyPress 1.1 Released

Published on September 30th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

The latest version of BuddyPress is now ready for download. This release includes a substantial number of core code improvements as well as an array of useful new features. Some highlights of this version are: One click internal bbPress forum integration allowing you to set up group forums in less than a minute. A global […]

BuddyPress 1.1 – Release Candidate

Published on September 23rd, 2009 by Andy Peatling

BuddyPress 1.1 release candidate is available for final testing. As with the beta, this version is intended for testing, so please do not run it on production sites. As with the beta, the release candidate is available for download via zip or via subversion. If you download the zip version you will still need to¬†download […]

BuddyPress 1.1 Beta

Published on September 14th, 2009 by Andy Peatling

BuddyPress 1.1 is now available for beta testing. This version is intended for testing only, you should not try running it on production sites. You can download the beta via this zip file, or via subversion. If you download the zip version you will need to download bbPress 1.0 separately. Please extract bbPress into the […]

Talking BuddyPress on WordPress Weekly

Published on September 2nd, 2009 by Andy Peatling

Last night on the WordPress Weekly podcast I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Jeff Chandler and David Peralty on the topic of BuddyPress. They had a lot of very interesting questions for me to answer, along with a number of others submitted by the community. Despite getting cut off by Skype right at […]

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