phunkphorce wrote: you should probably take a look at the database structure of phpbb and plog and see first of all if they could use the same table(s) for storing the user information. If so, then you should decide where to make changes (either in plog or in phpbb)
B: Another option would be to make both use their own user data tables but edit the code so that whenever a user is created in phpbb, then use the pLog API (Users::addUser() and Blogs::addBlog()) to create a new user and blog, and whenever a password is updated, update it in both applications, etc.
It's not that easy but I don't have much time to dedicate to this at the moment...
Most would insist on the second one. But I think it's not really integrating just synching.
However, I insist on something else: dropping plog's user table and using the forum user table instead, not because I think it's any better, it's because most scripts that I use with vb or phpbb integrates using the user table method --4images and photopost just to mention a few. Both scripts use their own tables except for the user tables.
Just from the top of your head, can you determine why someone would choose that way instead of just synching?