[buddypress-dev] "Mutual Friends" and "People You May Know"
cass at wildilocks.com
Wed Jun 18 01:17:48 GMT 2008
I agree with Ponara, a one-way "fan" type designation is far more relevant
to a blog-specific SN, than FB which is designed to be an
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 4:20 AM, Ponara <ponara at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to suggest that "people you may know" is unnecessary, it is in
> theory attempting to guess-match you to people you may know based on profile
> info and related friends, not an easy thing to do - and facebook has never
> shown me someone I "may know".
> I'm more hoping to allow people to be a fan of another author or member - a
> fan doesn't have to be "confirmed", this way a fan can be kept abreast of
> the author's latest blogs, comments, etc via the wire. It is used to good
> effect on 2.0 news sites that are increasingly resembling a social network.
> (huffingtonpost.com, gothamist.com)
> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 2:01 PM, <chris at stillbreathing.co.uk> wrote:
>> We have the beginnings of a friend system but it needs a lot of work.
>> The good news is it should be fairly easy to show 'friends of friends'
>> and 'mutual friends'. I'm not sure how 'people you may know' works.
>> Can someone explain?
>> On 6/17/08, Jerome <jeromebeta at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > As we know, "Mutual Friends" and "People You May Know" are the important
>> > attractive features on Facebook, are they in our BuddyPress plan? I did
>> > see it on trac.buddypress.com yet so far, thanks!
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