I'm a little concerned about the template sharing and possible issues related to it, but I suppose I'll have those concerns answered when the release is available. Everything else looks promising. Can't wait to see the rest of the feature list :D
I jsut got around to playing with the MI again today and was installing it on 2.1.7. I ran across a few changes to the import_xml function. The most concerning is the following code found on line 474 of /sources/lib/admin_functions.php
Sorry to have this reopened Brandon, but I disagree (for situations just like this ) that wild cards should not be used for banned names. Also, for some reason wildcards we left in. If you put ma*tt (as suggested in the bug report above) you could match anything just about. "maps to the burger patty" would match ma*tt for example. What does that have to do with ma*tt?
Perhaps another method of defining wildcards needs to be used (ie [*]), but wildcards should not be disabled. Personally I believe that * should be removed from user names all together. It's quite annoying.
Don't you think that capitalizing the first word in a no-caps topic is a little outside of the boundry of the ACP option? I mean I set it to stop shouting, not stop...whispering? Might be a big pain in the butt to check before running:
Personally, if you do not want the ROOT admin to be editable, don't give another the same group access. The only reason for ROOT is to be just that....ROOT, source of all things, the main man, etc. Putting the person in a seperate admin group doesn't make them less the man, it just makes them not able to screw things up :)
Would you give me root access to your forums server if I was your friend? If you would you seriously need to rethink your security process. I would give you admin access, but under another name, profile, and permission set.