Overall we have a few extensions installed:
- The style (Prosilver SE is based on it)
- Canned messages (for common support queries e.g. walking someone through the steps for a board update)
- Some special anti-spam stuff
- The little ads in the top right hand corner as you view some topics/forums
- Replace [EVENT] in topic titles with an image
- Changes for our profiler (Tideways)
- We have some special things that activate on the 1st April
- Some special website integration magic
- We remove a lot of ACP functionality we don't need for security redundancy (database utils, template editor etc.)
- Some custom logic for mail queue handling (It's adapted for our specific server environment so not applicable to most phpBB installations)
kinerity wrote:The teams have stated before that they made some very minor changes, but overall, there are no extensions or MODs used.
We changed our position on this about a year ago as our belief is that, with the introduction of extensions, one of the main things we believe is phpBB core should be lightweight, then individual boards can add customisations that suit their use-case. One of the reasons we used to keep phpbb.com vanilla was also so it could be used as a demo of phpBB however we now have the demo board which we recommend people to use to try out phpBB instead of the forums. However, this does not mean tomorrow we are going to install 30 extensions.
I hope that answers your question.
Then we also have a few other changes to the code not in the form of extensions: