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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #6026, comment 13


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04/26/2015 06:23:29 PM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #6026, comment 13

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    33What gave birth to this patch ?
    4 During last dev-chat we were looking for the best place to let people having a site on a network set a logo for their site using the new avatar UI. In #192, the user profiles is suggested, i was more thinking about a place in the WordPress administration like the general options where you have the site title and name.. But i like the idea of having a specific BuddyPress place to deal with that. Group & User avatars are mainly set on front end, why not doing the same for sites? Having this specific area can be interesting in the future to add specific BuddyPress settings for each blog for instance.
     4During last dev-chat we were looking for the best place to let people having a site on a network set a logo for their site using the new avatar UI. In #192, the user profiles is suggested, i was more thinking about a place in the WordPress administration like the general options where you have the site title, description.. But i like the idea of having a specific BuddyPress place to deal with that. Group & User avatars are mainly set on front end, why not doing the same for sites? Having this specific area can be interesting in the future to add specific BuddyPress settings for each blog for instance.
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    66A subscriber is a subscriber. What does a subscriber get in WordPress, does he receive email notifications.. natively. No. But plugins can extend WordPress to add such features. I think about this blog single item feature like something that could be extended in the future. The idea is to provide the house first :)