BuddyPress 1.1.3 has been released. This new release fixes a number of issues with the 1.1.2 release of BuddyPress.
Briefly, BuddyPress is a set of plugins and themes, which can be used to extend the functionality of WordPress MU and bring social networking features to a new or existing installation. These suite of plugins can be used either independently or cumulatively to create a complete social network. Some specific plugins could also be used to add desirable features to your existing blog network.
Following are the list of changes made since BuddyPress 1.1.2
- Fixed bug where joining a group via AJAX would fail to record in activity streams.
- Fixed bug with activation email when a site admin adds a user through the WordPress dashboard.
- Fixed bug where some plugins would break the activity stream formatting.
- Fixed bug where demotion of a member in a group would fail.
- Fixed bug where non-working delete links for activity stream items would show on friends activity stream.
- Fixed bug where some users could not delete their accounts, even if a site admin had turned the setting on.
- Fixed display issue with RSS feed link on user profiles.
- Fixed issues with duplicate CSS ID’s on activity stream items.
Source: BuddyPress community blog
Download BuddyPress here.