April 30, 2008 in Feedback
I've been using the subscription manager for a while on my board, but to be honest it just never worked right, or at least to the efficiency I needed it to. In the blog post about 3.0, there was a mention that it would no longer be supported and that it would be a community based thing... Can you elaborate on that a little more? I mean... is it going to be completely removed from the software and be an optional add-on, or is it still going to be present?
Like I said... to be honest I use it, but I'd rather not. If it gets completely removed great. Thing is, what will I be able to use in it's place. Will I be able to use Nexus instead? If so, will there be modules available to promote users, etc...?
The subscription manager will be updated to work with IP.Board 3.0 but we will not be providing new features. New features will be handled as a community project. So to that end the subscription manager will still be available if you use it now.
There will of course be Nexus APIs available for IP.Board if you want to use the full Nexus suite to handle your commerce.
I understand there isn't going to be new features, but what I'm wondering is: Is it going to still be a "built in" feature, or will it be removed from the product as "built in" and made into a component.
You could say it's already technically a component. At the end of the day working with it should remain pretty much the same.
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