@Matt Yes. Basically making them not core plugins, just branded under Elgg.
@iionly Yes, plugins would likely have to depend on both core version and versions of plugins they extend. That added dependency management makes long term site... view reply
Note we can still offer an official distribution of Elgg with any plugins, even in .zip. Removing the plugins from the repo would be just so plugin versioning could be sane. It also would allow making GitHub users plugin-level contributors, which... view reply
I recognize there's no free lunch here. The status quo probably makes Elgg a more stable platform with regard to reducing compatibility problems between plugins; you know you can build on top of the file plugin and it'll pretty much Just... view reply
I'm thinking we remove: blog, bookmarks, discussions, file, messageboard, pages, thewire, maybe messages. Places where users spend most of their time. Keeping these plugins bundled (and synced with core versioning) means almost no... view reply
I think in an Elgg installation it's insane to disable Htmlawed filtering on any content. There are just too many plugins available that assume content is safe HTML.
Using something like elgg_html_decode seems the least bad... view reply
If you run an Elgg where the "Lost password" feature fails (e.g. localhost with no mail-sending abililty, or you lost access to the e-mail account), you may need to change your password to get back in.
Here's a script to do that.
First you'll need...
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Type hints are like laws set by PHP functions to demand what type of arguments must be passed in. Before Elgg 1.8.6, violations of these laws went completely undetected, so even careful plugin authors missed them and left incorrect...