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BBpress Plugins in V1.1

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    Michael Berra
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    @miguael

    Does anybody know, if I can use BBPress-Plugins in the integrated Version of it in 1.1. Would be a cool thing (per example to send messages to useres, when somebody answers etc.)

    Thanks for your answers.

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    John James Jacoby
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    @johnjamesjacoby

    Since there’s no admin panel in the integrated bbPress, you’d be best to try to port those bbPress plugins into a WordPress one, and add any BuddyPress specific features to it.

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    Michael Berra
    Participant

    @miguael

    Thanks for the hint… :-) I leave that to the pro’s as you are – I am a copy-paste-changer – not a programmer…

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    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    You can probably copy and paste your way into and out of converting a plugin. They’re very similar. :)

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    bpisimone
    Participant

    @bpisimone

    @jjj maybe someone could point out the important steps there? Also if anyone could comment these particular bbpress modification problems…that would make me incredibly happy :)

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    wordpressfan
    Participant

    @wordpressfan

    Bpisimone makes a good point: comment, comment and then comment more your code; not just coders who already know what you’re thinking are reading.

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    “If peppering your code with lots of comments is good, then having zillions of comments in your code must be great, right? Not quite. Excess is one way good comments go bad.”

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