[buddypress-dev] Re: Re: test drive buddy press
cass at wildilocks.com
Fri Apr 11 00:34:23 GMT 2008
Phew! That's a relief :) Sorry for assuming it would stay so
stripped-down. Looking forward to more testing!
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 1:37 AM, Andy Peatling
<andypeatling at automattic.com> wrote:
> On 9-Apr-08, at 4:21 PM, Cass Edwards wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 7:15 AM, Chris Taylor - stillbreathing.co.uk
> <chris at stillbreathing.co.uk> wrote:
> > we want BuddyPress to be insanely easy to use
> Could anyone tell me why the focus on dumbing down? I'm concerned, now that
> I've been testing Andrea's install, that it's going to change WPMU and the
> general WP interface so much it will alienate existing WP users. I was kinda
> hoping BuddyPress was going to be a SN add-on to the functionality of WP,
> not changing it completely and making for a generic product that will
> require a huge amount of backend work to re-enable many of the WP features,
> which kinda defeats the point for my purposes, and from the sounds of it,
> the purposes of many.
> Cass, we won't be modifying the interface massively. Both the design tab and
> settings tab have been re-enabled and all we've done is merge the manage and
> write tabs into one blog tab.
> Once we're closer to the finish line, there should be no WPMU features that
> you can't access in BuddyPress.
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