phpBB is a UBB-style dissussion board written in PHP backended by a MySQL database. It includes features such as posting/replying/editing messages, private messages, private forums, user and anonymous posting, robust theming, user ranking by posts or by special, admin definable, ranks, and much more.
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Release Notes: This release fixes numerous bugs since the 3.0.4 release, corrects style issues, fixes one very minor security bug, and increases performance and scalability again. A few new minor features were added.
Release Notes: This is the first public beta version of phpBB 3 (codename Olympus). It features caching of templates, configuration permissions, file attachments, extended user administration, subforums, and a lot of other improvements and new features.
Release Notes: Changes to the random number generator code, fixes for quoting and special characters on boards with HTML enabled, a correction for errors in the removal of old session keys, changed filtering of short search terms, and improved filtering on language selection. More efficient highlighting code was backported along with the zlib emulation code from Olympus.
Release Notes: This release is a cumulative bugfix update that also includes a number of minor security fixes. A new feature that allows you to limit how often a user may conduct a search if you find that searches are putting a load on your server was added. The default permissions on new forums were changed so that you must explicitly make them available for guests to post in and visual confirmation was enabled by default on all new installs.
Release Notes: Session-table fixes were made. Changes were made to support MySQL 5.0. Some fixes were made in the adin files. Truncation of username length was changed. Captcha now works without zlib. XSS issues with Internet Explorer were fixed. The number of maximum login attempts is now configurable.