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Naturkontakt, Organising Sweden’s Largest Environmental NGO

Published on May 15th, 2017 by @mercime

This is a guest post by Alexander Berthelsen (lakrisgubben) from the Swedish WordPress agency Klandestino AB. Peer reviewed by @boonebgorges Naturkontakt (Nature contact) is the home for members of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC), Sweden’s largest environmental NGO with over 200,000 members. This is a private site where SSNC members can read and […]

Largest Turkish Recipe Site Spiced Up with BuddyPress

Published on May 8th, 2017 by @mercime

This a guest post by Mustafa Uysal (m_uysl). He is from Turkey and works as a full-stack developer at NefisYemekTarifleri.com. Peer reviewed by @boonebgorges NefisYemekTarifleri.com is the largest Turkish recipe sharing platform in the world. It has more than 290,000 recipes that reach millions of users every single day. NefisYemekTarifleri is a unique platform that uses […]

Total Wellness Challenge: Fitness with BuddyPress

Published on May 1st, 2017 by @mercime

This a guest post by Tara Claeys (taraclaeys) of Design TLC, LLC. When she’s not working, Tara enjoys cycling, running, watching movies and spending time with friends and family. Peer reviewed by @boonebgorges. Background Ginny Wright started an outdoor boot camp fitness business, Body By Ginny, in Arlington, Virginia in 2003. The business grew and […]

BuddyPress Skeleton Component v1.6 is built for BuddyPress 1.5

Published on September 29th, 2011 by Boone Gorges

Are you (or do you aspire, from the bottom of your heart, to be) a BuddyPress plugin developer? For several years, the go-to template for building BP plugins has been the BuddyPress Skeleton Component, originally written by Andy Peatling and Jeff Sayre. Through time, the original BPSC has gotten a bit out-of-step with the current […]

Introducing Marshall

Published on April 7th, 2010 by Andy Peatling

For those of you who spend a bit of time interacting in the BuddyPress community, Marshall (MrMaz) will need no introduction. Marshall is the developer of the BuddyPress Links plugin that adds rich media sharing to your BuddyPress install. If you’ve used it you’ll know it’s one of the most tightly integrated plugins available, interacting […]

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 […]

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