Yes, but if anyone wants, they will can. Other people will continue to frequent normally the forum.Dragosvr92 wrote:This sounds like a good feature. We should be shown the changes constantly but that is if the forum has active members that stay on the forum constantly and the board is very active. But..... even so, im not sure if people would stay to read the page every few minutes to see what updated/changed.
I think it's just a matter of studying what is the best way to avoid "wasting energy" .. As for all the news it takes a bit of time to find the right balance .. it is just beginning.Oroton wrote:this is actually a good thing.
Two of probably the best forum softwares out there obviously already have this and are way ahead of phpbb.
and it's not that phpbb will die to them. Their complexity in using/setting up is no where near as user friendly as phpbb.
This could be a great addition to the phpbb wider community. Hopefully we will see it soon. As long as it's written well. I would be interested in the load/stress this may put on the server.
The problem i see is,
this is perfect when there is only a couple online, but could be problematic if say 50 plus are. And when you have 50 plus users online at once, is when this would be more beneficial.
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first pc in 1986, xerox was getting into the pc business, hard drive was 20MB ( not a typo), before windows...peteetongman wrote:I'm sure Robert and Oroton are correct, but i remember a day when 250 MB hard disk drives in PCs were considered massive. Maybe if there is enough demand for more robust servers, they will appear. Not for free tho, I'm sure