Re: Is BuddyPress confusing to users?
I do see the potential. As I said earlier in this thread:
That’s why I believe Buddypress has a lot of potential. It’s a social network, but with a strong content publishing angle.
I’m absolutely not advocating copying Facebook etc. I’m a big believer in the idea of “private social networks”. And I actually think that adding old-fashioned forums dilutes the blog logic that should be Buddypress’ main strength.
Groups has enormous potential and seems to be pretty unique.
But imagine Buddypress being used by schools, companies, trade associations, sports clubs, etc. That is a very different audience from the experienced WordPress bloggers in the Buddypress development community.