bbPress Alpha and BBXF

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For the first time in about a month, there’s been an updated on the status of the bbPress 1.0 alpha series, with Sam Bauers reporting in the bbPress blog that the first alpha should be out sometime in the next few weeks.

What really got my attention, however, was this,

An alpha version of bbPress’ new export/import format and tools has also landed in trunk thanks to our Google Summer of Code student Dan Larkin. You can read a little more about that at the BBXF website.

BBXF is an attempt by the bbPress folks to create a common standard XML format for importing and exporting forum data. According to the BBXF website,

The simple premise is that web forum data should be easily transportable between web forum systems. So when installing web forum software, an administrator won’t have to fear vendor “lock in”, and can feel confident that if their first choice doesn’t work out, they can easily move their data to another web forum platform.

Nice.

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Deleted: For the first time in about a month, there's been an updated on the status of the bbPress 1.0 alpha series, with Sam Bauers reporting in the bbPress blog that the first alpha should be out sometime in the next few weeks.  Added: For the first time in about a month, there's been an <a title="Read the Sept. 16 bbPress alpha status update" href="http:// bbpress.org/blog/2008/09/ bbpress-10-alpha- series-update/">update on the status</a> of the bbPress 1.0 alpha series, with Sam Bauers reporting in the bbPress blog that the first alpha should be out sometime in the next few weeks.
Unchanged: What really got my attention, however, was this, Unchanged: What really got my attention, however, was this,
Unchanged: <blockquote>An alpha version of bbPress’ new export/import format and tools has also landed in trunk thanks to our Google Summer of Code student <a href="http:// www.stealyourcarbon.net/">Dan Larkin</a>. You can read a little more about that at the <a href="http:// bbxf.org/">BBXF website</a>.< /blockquote> Unchanged: <blockquote>An alpha version of bbPress’ new export/import format and tools has also landed in trunk thanks to our Google Summer of Code student <a href="http:// www.stealyourcarbon.net/">Dan Larkin</a>. You can read a little more about that at the <a href="http:// bbxf.org/">BBXF website</a>.< /blockquote>
Unchanged: BBXF is an attempt by the bbPress folks to create a common standard XML format for importing and exporting forum data. According to the BBXF website, Unchanged: BBXF is an attempt by the bbPress folks to create a common standard XML format for importing and exporting forum data. According to the BBXF website,
Unchanged: <blockquote>The simple premise is that web forum data should be easily transportable between web forum systems. So when installing web forum software, an administrator won’t have to fear vendor “lock in”, and can feel confident that if their first choice doesn’t work out, they can easily move their data to another web forum platform.</blockquote> Unchanged: <blockquote>The simple premise is that web forum data should be easily transportable between web forum systems. So when installing web forum software, an administrator won’t have to fear vendor “lock in”, and can feel confident that if their first choice doesn’t work out, they can easily move their data to another web forum platform.</blockquote>
Unchanged: Nice. Unchanged: Nice.

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