BuddyPress 1.9.2 is released yesterday which is a security and maintenance release. It includes some fixes to WordPress Menus integration, bp-default theme switching, and improvements to theme compatibility.
John James Jacoby lead developer of BuddyPress and bbPress conforms the development cycle for BuddyPress 2.0
Today marks the first official day of BuddyPress 2.0′s development cycle. As such, we want to keep everyone in the loop about what we’re planning for 2.0, and what our release dates are, so you can better plan your sites, updates, contributions, and testing.
What’s New in BuddyPress 2.0?
BuddyPress team wants everyone to keep in loop about the development and the expected dates to be released
- Retirement of bp-forums
- WordPress Rewrite Rules API integration
- Move XProfile visibility from each field into Settings
- last_activity usermeta improvements
- Activity comment sync for comments (r-a-y)
- Ticket triage and general maintenance
- BuddyPress Profile editing from wp-admin
- New template pack
- Development starts (today): Wednesday, February 4, 2014
- Beta 1 (8 weeks from today): Wednesday, March 26, 2014
- Release (3 weeks after beta): Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Check details here