I updated from 3.1.1 to 3.4.2. It works. I updated the compatibility information, but made no other changes, since everything works as it should.
It seems I’ve succeeded in my goal of making a minimal plugin that interferes with WordPress operations as little as possible.
Version 3.1.1 of WordPress had a subtle change in the page DOM, which broke the way AJAX calls were made from the KB plugin. Made a quick fix, seems to work on both 2.8.4 and 3.1.1. Upgrade to version 0.5.5 will bring you the fix.
Here you can test out the Six Hat Thinking knowledge typeset.
The WordPress plugin now supports Knowledge type sets exported from Fle3. There are several sets available at the Fle3 downloads section. At this point you need to unzip them, rename the “fledom.xml” file to something that describes the set, and place it into the kbsets subfolder of the plugin. After that the set will show up in the administration screens (Settings, Knowledge Building).
We’ve now started doing mockups of the UI, and implementing the core features of KB for WP.
This blog post is enabled with knowledge building tools. Specifically, this post uses the Progressive Inquiry KB typeset. Feel free to experiment. The comments that contain this KB discussion aren’t a good example of KB, but rather demonstrate the functionality of the Knowledge Building plugin for WordPress.