No reason why not, each enhancement has merit, we just won't be adding all of them in 3.1.t_backoff wrote:Specifically, I'm asking if the listed presented here under "Planned Features" and "Smaller Planned Features" still applies (minus the features that were added to 3.0.6).
No, we might blog what we intend later. But as Nils detailed a number of things will be worked on, but not all of them might make the deadline.Desdenova wrote:Is there a single page or topic with the planned 3.1 features so far?
Your comment is much like someone saying.. I don't like Synaptic Package Manager in Ubuntu because I like compiling my own sources use make commands! Plug-in system in phpBB4 makes it easier for people (yes, humans, its a race located on planet Earth, likes automizing things) to add/remove plug-ins. You can still go about exploring code as much as you want because it is all thereimkingdavid wrote:Hmmm I'm not liking the idea of the plugin system for phpBB4. Yes, it will make it more user friendly for most, which is good, but I for one still like exploring the code and changing it around manually. Will that still be possible on top of plugins or will doing so break the plugin functionality? Just wondering; maybe I'm not understanding it clearly.
Yes, absolutely. Of course they will have to meet our coding standards and goals, we will not just accept any MOD turned into a patchnn- wrote:The announcement seems very promising. Did I correctly understand that phpbb wants to see non-bug fix patches submitted from the community? I.e. feature additions and architectural changes.
Most of the time it's written phpBB X.Y(.Z) but quite often that's compressed when just the X is used.dizzi wrote:We should simply use phpBB (instead of phpBBX) and allow persons to state the full relevant version (preceded by a space of course) where required.