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This report presents the results from the 2016 BuddyPress Survey held from November 1 through December 31, 2016. Three hundred and two (302) respondents from 61 countries completed the survey and provided valuable and interesting feedback. Many thanks! The survey contained 36 questions geared towards Site Builders and WordPress Developers.

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BuddyPress 2.8.0 “San Matteo” is now available for download from the WordPress.org plugin repository, or right from your WordPress Dashboard. “San Matteo” focuses on various improvement for developers, site builders and site managers. To continue the migration of legacy code to modern standards and techniques necessary for the BP REST API project and other new features moving forward, BuddyPress 2.8 requires at least PHP 5.3.

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BuddyPress 2.7.1 is now available. This is a maintenance release and a recommended upgrade for all BuddyPress installations. BP 2.7.1 fixes bugs in several components. For more information, see the 2.7.1 milestone on BuddyPress Trac. Update to BuddyPress 2.7.1 today in your WordPress Dashboard, or by downloading from the wordpress.org plugin repository.

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BuddyPress 2.7 “Magliaccio” is now available for download from the WordPress.org plugin repository, or right from your WordPress Dashboard. “Magliaccio” focuses on new features for developers and site builders. Refactored BP_Button Class to Accept New Arguments Provides developers with improved syntax and more control over the rendering of buttons.

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BuddyPress 2.5.3 is now available. This is a maintenance and security release, and is a recommended upgrade for all BuddyPress installations. This release addresses a security issue that could allow an attacker to use brute-force techniques to gather information about WordPress’s hashing mechanisms. The issue was reported by Ben Bidner of the WordPress security team, and the fix was prepared by the BuddyPress security team.

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BuddyPress 2.4.2 is now available. This is an maintenance and security release, and all BuddyPress installations are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible. An XSS vulnerability in the Groups component was discovered, which affected the Groups administration screen inside the wp-admin area. We thank Krzysztof Katowicz-Kowalewski (vnd) for responsibly disclosing this issue to the BuddyPress team.

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This is the most common case. The BP Theme Compat API is dynamically registering Cover Images for your members (if the the xProfile component is active) and/or your groups (if the Groups component is active) by: Adding the feature to the features property of the component (buddypress()->profile->features and/or buddypress()->groups->features) Adding the feature settings to the features property of the Theme Compat theme in use (BP Legacy in most cases: buddypress()->theme_compat->theme->features).

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BuddyPress 2.3.3 is now available. This is an important maintenance and security release for the 2.3 branch of code, and all BuddyPress installations are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible. BuddyPress Messages, while off by default, is a component that’s frequently enabled to allow members to communicate privately with each other.

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This Saturday August 8th, Brighton (UK) hosts the first-ever European BuddyPress conference – BuddyCamp Brighton! Tickets are still available, so get yours now and check out the schedule. BuddyCamp Brighton is a friendly one-day conference, like a WordCamp, but as you can guess from the name, BuddyCamp Brighton is a conference focused on BuddyPress.

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The first beta release of completed BuddyPress components and themes is now available via the download page. Each component and theme in this beta stage is feature complete for its 1.0 version. The purpose of the beta is to weed out any bugs not found in the pre-release stage and ramp up the plugins to production quality.

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BuddyPress 2.3.2 is now available. This is an important maintainance and security release for the 2.3 series, and all BuddyPress installations are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible. BuddyPress 2.3.0 introduced a vulnerability that could allow an unauthenticated user to view the subject lines of a BP user’s private messages by manipulating an AJAX request.

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This report presents the results from the 2015 BuddyPress Survey held from Feb. 18 – April 8, 2015. Two hundred eleven developers from 42 countries contributed to BuddyPress by participating in the survey. Thank you. Guide the direction of BuddyPress plugin development in 2015. 1. Discover current BuddyPress usage. 2.

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The BuddyPress team and many of our contributors regularly attend WordCamps around the world. If you’re unfamiliar with WordCamps, they are affordable WordPress conferences organised by volunteers who are passionate about WordPress and the WordPress community. Contributor Days often accompany WordCamps, and they are a chance for you to learn how to contribute back to WordPress from people who are already contributors.

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BuddyPress 2.2 Release Candidate 2 is now ready for testing. Please download the 2.2-rc2 zip or grab it from our Subversion repository if that’s your thing. Your help testing during this final week is greatly appreciated. A detailed changelog will be part of our official release notes, but here’s our favorite changes that we want you to test.

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BuddyPress 2.1 Release Candidate 1 is now available. The “Release Candidate” status means that the final release of BP 2.1 is imminent, and this is your last chance to put the next version through its paces before it comes out. Get BP 2.1-RC1 through Subversion, or by downloading the zip file here: http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/buddypress.2.1-RC1.zip.

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The BuddyPress team is thrilled to announce that BuddyPress 2.0 “Juliana” is now available! This release focuses on administrative tools, performance, and improvements to the activity stream. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights. New Administrative Tools If you manage a BuddyPress-powered community, BuddyPress 2.0 is for you.

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The second (and hopefully final) beta for BuddyPress 2.0 is now available ( zip). Since Beta 1, we’ve made a few dozen fixes and improvements. Notable changes from the first beta: Fixed a potential out-of-memory fatal error in certain activity stream views. #2768 Fixed broken SQL query format on certain activity stream views.

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