> I do want to note again, however, (I've posted this here before)
> that we grew disenchanted with WPMU for a number of reasons and are
> planning to move away from it.
In Sven's previous note, he said:
> We had to modify WPMU in various small ways (to disable
> open signups and blog creation, to require LDAP authentication, to
> enforce SSL encryption, etc.) and
> all this tweaking is disconcerting, because it means that each time
> we upgrade WPMU or any of its
> component parts we need to re-do the changes we made, and first of
> course we have to understand both
> the old and new code well enough to make sure the changes are still
> correct. It's not always easy to
> keep up with WPMU changes either, and new versions don't seem to
> come out in the concrete, official
> way that they do with WordPress itself or other platforms.
I've found that the latest version of WPMU takes care of many of these
- there is now an option to disable open signups and blogs
- there is a plugin to do LDAP authentication
- SSL encryption -- (the above code works)
Tracking new versions of WPMU is still difficult, though.