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  • timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    Any suggestions or is this still a known and unsolved issue with BuddyPress?


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    I have the same issue with my profile. This is most likely in violation in EU law. All too often, it requires a legal suit to get things fixed.

    I get the suspicion this is a dying project given the major issues with it (my installation was broken upon installation on a fresh-new, non-customized wordpress). It’s either in a phase where they lost the developers that were doing the real work or they are working on consulting gigs to sell commercial services for people who offer to pay to have BuddyPress. I’m not sure which is the case.

    I’m disappointed. Even for free software, I expect better. Check the logical quality of your work before you submit a release. It’s not that hard. Computers aren’t magic, they are machines that respond to prescribed conditions. There are core utilities in Linux/UN*X that are basically unchanged in 25 years because they got it right early on and stuck with what worked well. Today’s developers lost track of that.


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    Bear in mind that this has Datenschutzerkl√§rung consequences in European Law if users aren’t allowed to view or edit their profiles. Could someone please address this


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    I am aware of a mistyped expression.

    /register/kim/

    should be

    /kim/register/

    due to transcribing from another machine.


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    What info is needed, or would you recommend a fresh installation?


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    Henry,

    I found the structure you were describing. I see four pages, each apparently published 5 hours ago. I can edit each of them, but viewing them also gives a 404 error. I’m hesitant to edit them because that would only possibly create a page that doesn’t have the coding that should have been included; the coding that makes them special for whatever it is they do.

    Aces,

    Glad to converse with you. I’ve read some of your more ancient posts in the archives. When I enabled some of the BuddyPress features (such as Groups) I was suggested to change the permalinks to something other than the default. I chose the “Numeric” format purely for aesthetic reasons.


    timothylegg
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    @timothylegg

    I am in as an admin. I go to Settings, then to BuddyPress. When I click Pages, I see two sections: Directories and Registration. Under Registration, Next to the text “Members” is a dropdown menu with a number of choices. It doesn’t matter which item I choose, when I click the “View” button, I get the webserver telling me that /members does not exist on the server. The other items, “Activity Streams” and “User Groups” have a similar behavior.

    Going into my DirectoryRoot path and create those folders didn’t do much good. Yeah it fixed the error, but I don’t think that’s how it is really supposed to work.

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