Development for BuddyPress 1.9 is already underway. One of the most exciting updates planned is a massive overhaul of the BuddyPress codex. Today the team posted a survey to gather community input about improvements that should be made to the codex.
If you follow the BuddyPress hashtag on Twitter at all, you’ll see that from time to time new users and developers complain about the documentation. Complaining is probably the least productive activity that you can engage in when it comes to open source projects. This survey gives you an opportunity to jump in with helpful suggestions for organizing and improving the BuddyPress codex.
It includes questions such as how long you have used BuddyPress, how you heard about it, how you use BP in your work and how you think the documentation can be improved. If you’d like to volunteer to assist in this effort, you’ll have the opportunity to enter your contact details at the end of the survey.
You can make your opinions known by participating in the 2013 BuddyPress Codex Survey. It only takes a few minutes and will greatly help the team to organize the codex overhaul with the end result of making BuddyPress easier to use and extend.
Make sure you’re subscribed to the BuddyPress Development Blog so that you can be notified when they post the results.