- Loui on Moving from Multi-DB to SharDB on WPMu
- Jared Stein – Education, Technology, Culture, and the Internet » UVU Report on Academic Community Publishing Platform, aka “PortfolioPress” on UMW Blogs’ Support Stats
- John Botte on Why We Need to Integrate UMW Blogs with Active Directory
- Reverend on A few reasons why Comcast sucks.
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Monthly Archives: December 2008
This is a tutorial documenting the steps I’ve been working through over the past week to integrate WPMu, BuddyPress, and bbPress. All of the applications versions I am currently using are either in beta, alpha, or taken from the trunk. So, needless to say, this tutorial will have to be updated regularly as the versions [...] Continue reading
Tom Woodward discovered an Easter Egg in WPMu 2.6 which occurs when you install D Sader’s wonderful Userthemes Re-visited, but fail to include the proper code in the theme-editor.php file. You can see the Easter Egg he saw below:
The analysis below is a WPMu addict geeking out on a few things about this particular Easter [...] Continue reading
I have upgraded the bava (and my several other sites running on this installation) to the trunk version of WordPress Multi-User 2.7 well before its natural time. I know the risks involved, but everything is neatly backed up and I have been feeling more generally restless these days. Not to mention I really, really want to [...] Continue reading
The bava may be in and out over the next day or two as I upgrade my own WPMu version to the 2.7 trunk (pre-beta!) and integrate it with BuddyPress and bbPress (the last piece of which has consistently proven a major pain in the ass when it comes to cookies). Nonetheless, I am getting [...] Continue reading
For the last 12 hours or so I have been playing pretty heavily with BuddyPress, which is basically a series of powerful plugins developed by Andy Peatling that creates a social networking layer for WordPress Multi-User. I had played with BuddyPress about six months ago on the recommendations of Andre Malan, and while it wasn’t [...] Continue reading