- See previously BP Dev Chat summary (December 15, 2021)
- In attendance: @vapvarun @dcavins @im4th
- Slack archive.
A 10.0.0-beta2 before RC
In case you missed it 10.0.0-beta2 was released on December 23. We decided to package this new beta version because @dcavins found a regression about the way custom Group extensions were registered. In short: in case there were more than one Group extension into the loading queue, only the last one were actually registered. @dcavins did a great job identifying the issue, finding the root cause and fixing it. For more information: #8558.
If, as a Plugin author, you are using the Group Extension API, we strongly recommend you to test 10.0.0-beta2.
Other 10.0.0 tickets
- @vapvarun added a patch about #7540. @im4th reviewed it before committing it the day after the dev-chat. Members can now exit from a multi recipients Private Message thread.
- During the chat @im4th said #8474 would stay opened until WordPress 5.9 is released. We’re finding small issues with Full Site Editing the more we test BuddyPress with it. If you’re contributing to WordPress 5.9 beta tests, make sure to test BuddyPress with Twenty Twenty-Two: we need your contributions!
- About #8604 @vapvarun suggested to wait for the first feedbacks about the « richer » logging activities before eventually adapting them according to the context they’re displayed in.
10.0.0 stable release tasks repartition
We need the Hello BuddyPress screen updates to be accomplished before 10.0.0-RC is published. @dcavins already prepared the credit updates, he will write a few lines about Site Membership requests. @vapvarun will also write some lines about logging activities. See #8605.
New 10.0.0 schedule
We’ve postponed the stable release date by 10 days to leave enough time to polyglots contributors to update BuddyPress translations.
- 10.0.0-RC: January 3rd, 2022 👈
- 10.0.0 stable: January 15, 2022 🎯
@dcavins & @vapvarun suggested we work on documentation updates for the time of a major release development cycle so that our codex can get some ❤️. Today, a lot of screenshots are outdated and latest improvements about BuddyPress are not necessarily explained there. We decided to give this huge task a 4 to 6 months time frame and why not try to gather some contributors into a BuddyPress documentation team. If you’re interested in being part of such a team: let us know!!!
We’ll also try to make our code reference available on developer.buddypress.org.