Actually I have a more developer oriented question. How do you handle "hidden" content in the database? Is there a column added for each content item/node type that acts as a flag? And I take it that the content items/nodes account for this flag when generating feeds of data. Is the column name universal for all content item/node types? I'd love a coding example of how easy it is to flag something as hidden. Mostly curious to see if you're got a fixed, one line method for it or if each individual app has to handle it separately with an sql update command.
Meh. I already know how to run a different app as the main one and make forums completely invisible to the public side.
I want to hear about actual features. Like multi tags searching so that I can look up gallery images that fit the criteria of two or more tags. Or the ability to edit gallery images within the gallery. Cropping, rotating, simple editing. The ability to drag and drop images for gallery upload. Or a bigger one, when people post images those images get uploaded to your site and the urls in the post are changed to the ones on your own server so that content doesn't disappear on you. And how about being able to search through multiple apps at once? How about form templates in IP.Content?
IPS 4.0 is a code rewrite. Everything is recoded from scratch and they're taking the opportunity to streamline and make more sense out of existing processes. But I'd also like to know if there's actually going to be anything new in Gallery or Content.