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FYI: At the moment if it is network activated it thrwows a PHP fatals:
PHP Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /disable-gutenberg/inc/plugin-core.php on line 9
PHP Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /disable-gutenberg/disable-gutenberg.php on line 143
I’ll try de-activating it network wide and enable per site
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- This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Stephen Edgar.
Testing meta commit https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/7519/
Hey @max143, everyone is a volunteer, there is no guarantee of support, people help in their spare time for free (as in beer) 🙂
Anyways, I’ve replied to your topic and I hope that it resolves the issue for you and that you might reconsider your rating of bbPress 🙂
Akismet caught your post, I’ve fixed it up just now
The posts have been approved, they were caught in the moderation queue because there was so many links, I think the maximum number of links is ~8 URLs
I’ve asked the BuddyPress moderators to take a look at the topic.
Keep an eye out for any new replies or replies released from the moderation queue
Right, thanks for the link, if you make new replies there you cannot copy and paste any reply you have previously submitted to that topic, each new reply should be unique.
A couple of tips for you though…
I cannot see your screencast video because I have uninstalled Adobe Flash from all my computers, many many people I know have also done the same, it’s a security risk that the vast majority of people are not willing to take by leaving Flash installed, I’d suggest you also do the same.
So to that end, one of the reasons no one has helped you is probably for the same reason, no Flash installed and I’d suggest rather than relying on video, you should write a written description of your issue, add some screenshots.
By doing that you are sure to get more eyes on your issue, so if you can help yourself to help others understand your issue you’re more likely to get replies from others.
Hope this helps 🙂
- This reply was modified 4 years, 12 months ago by Stephen Edgar.
@wci if you copy and paste the same reply on any of the w.org support forums, bbPress.org, BuddyPress.org or this WordPress.org forum you will get that message.
Do you have a link to the topic and I can take a closer look please?
The time taken to approve strings varies between teams, there’s lots to translate, there’s ~110 translators on the Spanish team and ~750 translation contributors https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/teams/?locale=es_ES so hopefully it won’t take too long for those strings to be approved, there might be a bit of a delay as many people of travelling having just attendended WordCamp Europe this past weekend.
Email notifications I believe are planned but no ETA on that feature.
The translation teams have a pretty good grasp on what should and should not be translated, the vast majority of locales don’t translate plugin names for instance, whereas a handful try to do as this is inline with the locale and language.
On having final say on translations of your plugins, this question is raised quite often, the typical reply is “Do you speak 169 languages?”. There’s ~10,000 translators as of August last year, it’s an incredible amount of people, they are also incredibly dedicated to what they do and the translations are highly professional. Having being involved with bbPress being one of the plugins that helped trial this method of translating I was sceptical myself initially, a couple of years have passed since then and I wouldn’t have it any other way, the #polyglots team is amazing and I dread the thought of what going back to the old ways would be.
I’d suggest you periodically check the translations of your plugin from time to time, follow the changes on Slack, I think and hope in time you’ll also agree that the #polyglots team are amazing and we should just let them do there thing 🙂