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BuddyPress Privacy: Moving Toward a Privacy API

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

BuddyPress development is moving toward a modular, team-focused approach. In my mind, this is the biggest news that came out of the weekly BuddyPress developers’ chat Read more »

Privacy in the Facebook Era

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg recently stated that privacy is no longer a social norm. Is that an actual fact or a engineered fact?

Here’s why I ask. Over the past several years, whenever Facebook has made a change to its privacy policies, it has caused great uproar—not only with civil liberties advocates (as you would expect), but also with Facebook’s user base. Read more »

Do You Support BuddyPress Privacy?

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

Plugin Funding Progress

In a recent post, I asked for ideas on how WordPress ecosytem developers can earn a living doing what they love to do—coding great-quality plugins for WordPress, BuddyPress, and bbPress. This post is my attempt to try the time–honored Read more »

OAuth, BuddyPress, and Privacy

Monday, December 21st, 2009

OAuthWhen I first started kicking around the idea of coding a privacy component for BuddyPress, several people suggested looking into using the OAuth protocol to accomplish the task. Being semi-omniscient, and totally oblivious to everything else, I did not have the faintest clue on how to work with OAuth. Read more »