Is BuddyPress just an open-source version of Facebook ? :)
Pardon me for asking this but I just want to make myself clear about the concept of BuddyPress road-map (as I’m new in this neighborhood..)
If WordPress is the parent project of BuddyPress, why can’t I see strong relationship between their goal / function ?
The keyword is creation or creativity…
Basically, WordPress is authoring / blogging / creating activity…
so I guess BuddyPress should be a social network that connects creators and audiences (by paying more attention on posting activities).
If in BuddyPress users activities are just :
– create profile
– favorite status.
– mention each other.
– message each other..
then isn’t it just re-inventing the wheel ?
BuddyPress is not just an open source version of Facebook or another Ning…
There’s a favorite feature in BuddyPress, but why can’t we favorite a post that published by author ?
Why can’t we favorite a media which uploaded by an author ?
Why not the group creation is integrated more with post or post category?
Why don’t BuddyPress has features for authors to easily “repinned” other author posts ?
Why don’t the relationship between users is more related with posting-reading activities ?
In my opinion, Buddypress should be a social network that connects authors, readers, and every creation in between.
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