New Release: PeepSo 2.7.10 and Gecko

Better SEO, minor improvements and preparing the ground for the release.

What’s new?

We fixed a reported issue where PeepSo would send a header 200 on pages that should technically be a 404. This should improve SEO performance, by preventing search engines from indexing broken links.

This release includes an always-on compatibility mode for Yoast SEO – PeepSo will actively de-register all Yoast SEO filters that interfere with out Open Graph implementation. This only applies to pages with a PeepSo shortcode. In other words, we stop Yoast SEO from printing OG tags on our pages – because their tags were breaking Facebook shares of PeepSo content.

Sorting members by “last activity” will now cause the page to load much bigger batches of users. This is to avoid a race condition known to cause the same people loading multiple times. In layman’s terms, the people move too quickly up and down the “recently active” list, and the order of the entire list changes faster than we manage to load new rows. Loading much bigger batches makes the problem much less apparent. If the “double member” issue ever resurfaces again, we will start tracking duplicates with JavaScript too.

This version also ships a big update nag warning the admins about the upcoming release. The nag an be dismissed, but is designed to come back once a week.

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I am a professional nerd with **over fifteen years of experience** in the field of Open Source web development. Before [PeepSo]( I was a contractor and have helped build successful businesses around the world, including USA, UK, Germany, Indonesia, and Malaysia. A couple of years leading up to founding PeepSo, I was involved with JomSocial - a social networking extension for Joomla. Stepping up from the role of a contractor to a business owner, I became [PeepSo]( founder and Chief Technology Officer. I strive to build beautiful, fast, and functional software that **empowers users to build their own digital tribes with full autonomy and freedom** often not available on mainstream social networking media. In 2022 I launched [EmeraldWP]( which acts as an umbrella for my other projects such as ListoWP, Widget Shortcode Pro, and MomentsWP.

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@peepso_user_11996(Earl D_)
Hmm how will he know when it is safe to more forward then that is quite disconcerting basically It sounds like 3.0 could break anything and everything
June 13, 2020 12:44 am
@peepso_user_10(Matt Jaworski)
@peepso_user_11996(Earl D_) it’s quite simple really, you need to install it on a staging site and test if nothing vital is broken. Login, registration and layout in general, maybe checkout if you are running a store.

We’ll publish a blog post dedicated to this next week.
Do I understand correctly? version 3 will not be earlier than August?
June 15, 2020 8:23 am
@peepso_user_10(Matt Jaworski) , obviously someone was showing off. point to it, please.
approximately you can tell how much server resources the peepso will consume in the situation per day: +100 new posts in text, +100 new posts with 5 pictures each, +500 comments in text, +50 comments with 2 pictures each, +7000 page views without authorization.
June 15, 2020 10:11 am
@peepso_user_10(Matt Jaworski)
@peepso_user_25056(pulling) you can check the Showcase group, but there isn’t any info on page load there.

Also we don’t have enough data to estimate server resources. Best to start low and go with a hosting provider who can upgrade the setup smoothly with minimal or no downtime.
June 15, 2020 11:29 am