by andrea

Take MU and BuddyPress for a spin

I’ve set up a test install of WordPressMU with BuddyPress added and nothing else. It uses r1219 for MU (from Friday) and r18 for BuddyPress (today’s version). You can find it at http://testdrivewpmu.com and feel free to sign up and check it out from a user’s perspective. The more people to test it, the more…

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Site of the week: MyBabyOurBaby.com

When I first saw Beau and Ray’s site, mybabyourbaby.com, I was impressed two ways: first, as a parent and second as an MU admin. From a user perspective, it’s different from pretty much all parent/baby sites out there that I have seen, and I have four children. That’s what they did well first off: provide…

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A brief overview

John has done a post with a nice chart outlining briefly the differences between WordPress and WordPressMU.

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Site of the week: Edublogs

Sometimes the hard part of picking a site for the week isn’t finding an actual good site, it’s deciding what one to showcase next! James whined and cried a little so I said alright. Seriously though – if you’re looking for MU-based sites blazing a path forward, you have to keep your eye on Edublogs,…

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Site of the week: Seshn

I skipped over some long-term WMPU based sites on my to-blog list to bring you a recent find because I liked it so much. Seshn is how a niche-based MU site should be done. The main page is tight, laid out well, focused sharply on the demographic, and – dare I say it – sick….

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Site of the Week: Wildlife Direct

To kick things off, I’d like to highlight a site that has impressed me for a long time, not only in content and format, but in useage. I first saw mention of it when the owner (?) posted a short question in the support forums. Wildlife Direct is a somewhat modfied version of WPMU that…

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