bread is a fork of the BMLT meeting list generator. It allows for the creation of a meeting schedule from a BMLT server.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Download and install the plugin from WordPress dashboard. You can also upload the entire BMLT Meeting List Generator Plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
- Go to the Meeting List menu option.
- Click on Read This Section First.
Upgrade Information from BMLT Meeting List Generator (original)
Follow all these steps, keep in mind that once you start using bread, its not going to be easy to back to the original plugin.
- Ensure that bread is de-activated.
- Go to your existing Meeting List, and export the configuration. (This is in-case something goes bad and you need to undo something).
- If you have a multi-site installation, be sure to export each one of the configurations within your Network.
- De-activate the BMLT Meeting List Generator plugin from your site or network (for multisites).
- Activate bread. Bread is intended to be fully compatible with BMLT meeting list generator settings.
- If there is an issue, you can always de-activate bread and go back to the original plugin.
- You can always restore any files if something got damaged or corrupted assuming that you followed steps 2 & 3.
- A complete customized meeting list editor on the web
- Generates and prints a current meeting list in PDF format
- Eliminates the task of maintaining a separate meeting list in MS Word, Excel, etc.
- Eliminates the need to upload a new meeting list to the website every month
- Makes the transition to a new trusted servant much easier
- The generated meeting list will match your BMLT Satellite or BMLT Tabs website meeting list
- The meeting list is setup one time and does not need to be edited when meetings change
- The meeting list can be backed up or exported then imported into another site
- Has its very own current meeting list link which can be shared across the web
- Can use custom queries to a BMLT root server semantic interface. This can be used by adding everything after ?switcher=GetSearchResults into the custom query box, for example &services=1&services=3&services=5 would result in querying service bodies 1, 3 and 5. A good place to build a custom query is by using the semantic interface of your bmlt server.
- Read here for more information: https://github.com/bmlt-enabled/bread/blob/unstable/contribute.md