PhpBB in 2085

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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by jaunty_mellifluous » Mon Apr 28, 2008 6:04 pm

Best thing about the mind reader thing is that you don't really need to type or speak anymore. Your posts swim through the board as if they were always there. :D .. hehe that's an intelligent way of spamming. Too bad PhpBB AI didn't pick that one up.
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Semi_Deus » Wed Apr 30, 2008 12:01 pm

jaunty_mellifluous wrote:Best thing about the mind reader thing is that you don't really need to type or speak anymore. Your posts swim through the board as if they were always there. :D .. hehe that's an intelligent way of spamming. Too bad PhpBB AI didn't pick that one up.
Yea, the mind reader is handy indeed, combined with the WYSIWYG generator the style just looks like I want It!
How does it look overthere? :)
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Janmarques » Wed Apr 30, 2008 2:05 pm

Maybe phpBB4 will be finished by then :)

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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by sabrown100 » Thu May 01, 2008 4:56 pm

I personally like the new "disallow thought patterns mod". Although unfortunately it only works with the version bought-out by Microsoft in 2060. I can only afford the community release.

I am also starting to be concerned about hackers hotwiring the brain signal receivers that support phpBB community edition's spam prevention system. Although I guess if The Party see someone attempting this they will turn off their chip.

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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Highway of Life » Thu May 01, 2008 6:57 pm

nononononononono ... we will NEVER sell phpBB, especially not to Microsoft.

Can you imagine all the Security Vulnerabilities that would pop-up in the first Microsoft version of phpBB? :shock: :o
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Semi_Deus » Thu May 01, 2008 8:02 pm

Highway of Life wrote:nononononononono ... we will NEVER sell phpBB, especially not to Microsoft.

Can you imagine all the Security Vulnerabilities that would pop-up in the first Microsoft version of phpBB? :shock: :o
Not to mention the huge amount of useless options :lol:
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by SneakySimian » Thu May 01, 2008 8:10 pm

Semi_Deus wrote:
Highway of Life wrote:nononononononono ... we will NEVER sell phpBB, especially not to Microsoft.

Can you imagine all the Security Vulnerabilities that would pop-up in the first Microsoft version of phpBB? :shock: :o
Not to mention the huge amount of useless options :lol:
Like quick reply? *rimshot*

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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by sabrown100 » Thu May 01, 2008 9:25 pm

I am currently working on a hologram BBCode - this should make people flock to phpBB.

The question is - what language should its scripting language be based on? DummyBasic? Retro++?

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Post by Highway of Life » Thu May 01, 2008 9:50 pm

I would go with AJAXtreme, It’s a tad more complex to work with, but it has insane amounts of control, many more possibilities are possible.
You can allow the user to set the size of the hologram as well as the colour, but you can also do surroundings.

I’m working on a special Warning mod that will, en essence do this to the user: Image
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Dogs and things » Thu May 01, 2008 9:53 pm

It´s surprising to see that phpBB.40.0.1 is fully compatible with the most-used browser on the web, especially popular amongst 95 plussers, IE6, ánd Firefox 39.0.17.

NIce coding guys. :P
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by sabrown100 » Thu May 01, 2008 10:05 pm

Wow. I have just realised phpBB still comes with tools for editing photoshop files! :shock: I remember the times Adobe was still in business - until it went bancrupt when Google bought Jasc and Microsoft started shipping Silverlight with Windows.

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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by ChrisRLG » Fri May 02, 2008 7:44 am

SneakySimian wrote:Like quick reply? *rimshot*
Now you know thats been a NO NO ever since the early phpBB2 version days.

Just mentioning it could get you banned.
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by Semi_Deus » Fri May 02, 2008 11:58 am

Dogs and things wrote:It´s surprising to see that phpBB.40.0.1 is fully compatible with the most-used browser on the web, especially popular amongst 95 plussers, IE6, ánd Firefox 39.0.17.

NIce coding guys. :P
Haha, yea IE6, nice :lol:
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by battye » Fri May 02, 2008 3:01 pm

The Linux Kernel numbering system is obsolete (we had exhausted all of the numbers anyway) so we had to change our system of version numbers. Latest release phpBB (3x+4)^2 (we just call it phpBB nine ex squared for short) ;)
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Re: PhpBB in 2085

Post by A_Jelly_Doughnut » Fri May 02, 2008 3:04 pm

battye wrote:The Linux Kernel numbering system is obsolete
Yes, that's because, in his old age, Acyd Burn found out how to write code with zero bugs. No need for the third digit anymore. 8-)
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