Not while we have anything to say about it.Xtracker! wrote:Or maybe even pay for the next version
vBulletin still uses a frameset for admin panel. Definitently a ripoff(not just based on that). I'd say phpbb is more simple than vBulletin. I've never used Invision beforesymbolicpixel wrote:Invision and vBulletin are cool but can be rip-offs for newbies.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invision_P ... .0_and_2.1Smithsonian! wrote:And why would anyone pay for phpbb? Its been free since its start. Not the best idea to turn a free server into a paid service.
I fail to see how that is relevant or funnyjwxie wrote:You know I like how Ubuntu names their versions lol
i don't know if any of you know, exoperience users will know
it's every 6 month release,
so it's 7.04, 7.10, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 for example
so the latest version will be 2009 April (9.04)
By that time the dev team can have decided to change the version numbering system . I personally feel something for a system with negative version numbersA_O_C wrote:6.5 is unstable...Erik Frèrejean wrote:It really doesn't matter whether the version is called 3.2 or 4 or 6.5