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WWW Forum

WWW Forum is an extremely fast and reliable Web forum that is fully configurable and packed with features. It boasts an elegant user interface and powerful administrative tools.

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  •  09 Apr 2003 05:38

    Release Notes: Several minor feature enhancements have been made in this version, and a few minor bugs have been fixed. Improvements include obfuscated email addresses (to protect users), more intelligent last post links, improved paging, and better performance.

    •  27 Mar 2003 07:50

      Release Notes: This release includes some minor bugfixes, enhancements to existing features, and some new features, including the ability to delete messages for tidier message boxes and user registration to help your online community grow.

      •  17 Mar 2003 05:05

        Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs as well as greatly enhances the performance of several tasks. The data model has been slightly altered, and users are encouraged to upgrade to this data model for easier future upgrades.

        •  08 Mar 2003 23:19

          Release Notes: WWW Forum has been redesigned and rewritten. It now features an improved user interface that is both visually pleasing and XHTML-compliant. A messaging system has been added as well as many other minor new features. This is a beta release that is only recommended for developers or experienced users.

          •  04 Aug 2002 19:42

            Release Notes: This release is a stability release only, addressing a few minor bugs found in the 0.8.10 release. The most notable bug fixed is the one that keept updated user aliases and passwords from persisting across multiple sessions. Users of all previous versions are advised to upgrade.

            Recent comments

            24 Mar 2003 15:08 shiflett

            Re: Hold your horses...

            Actually, it says "There are 2 users currently online" when there are two users online. The number of users online is not the same thing as the number of registered members logged in. It does not display that statistic, though it does show you how many registered members there are total. That can't be classified as a bug. :-) Of course, this is also not the place to report bugs anyway...

            I also doubt it was a bug that you cannot log in as two separate users with the same browser. Multiple windows of the same browser share the same session, so logging out/in as another user in one cannot preserve your session in another. This has nothing to do with this forum, however.

            If you do find any bugs, I encourage you to report them to http://sf.net/projects/wwwforum/ (http://sf.net/projects/wwwforum/).

            24 Mar 2003 14:19 ErikJson

            Hold your horses...
            Sure, it looks kind of neat. But it doesn't seem to work very well.

            It displays the number of users currently logged in incorrectly. The first time I tested it I logged in and saw "There are 2 users logged in". Now I see "There are 3 users currently online". I have only created two accounts. Hm?

            "Well well... Maybe just a small bug" I thought. I tried to write a message from one of the users to the other one. I sent it and went to read it from the other account. Now that account suddenly was logged out. Huh? I logged in 30 seconds ago...

            I logged in and got the message. When I replied to it, the reply landed in some kind of forum for my inbox and the user that I though would get the ___reply___ didn't get anything. Eh?

            Maybe I'm totally clueless but this thing doesn't seem either intuitive nor fully functional... But it looks good. =)

            09 Mar 2003 13:48 Elocin

            Re: Finally, a well-displayed forum
            Absolutely incredible! Your hard work paid off, and looks amazing. Its very functional, clean looking, and blonde friendly. Good job!!

            26 May 2002 23:28 shiflett

            Re: Wonderful Software - Best Forum
            Thanks for the support.


            The installation system will be Web-based when completed, and it will hopefully ease all the pains of the current method of installation. I wanted to release the forum prior to it reaching version 1.0.0 simply because I think it is quite complete and useful as it is, and many people have expressed how much they prefer it over other forum software packages.


            Once we reach version 1.0.0, there should be friendly Web-based installation, Web-based administration, and a few other notable features. However, I plan to keep the software itself as lean as possible, so there won't be a lot of bloated (unnecessary and useless) features complicating the interface and slowing down the forum. This is one of the biggest advantages WWW Forum currently has over other forum software packages, so I hope to keep it's simple and efficient qualities second to none.


            Until we reach version 1.0.0, I only recommend WWW Forum for developers and experienced users.

            26 May 2002 23:12 jensadrio

            Wonderful Software - Best Forum
            This forum is the best I have seen. My thanks to you for creating the fast and simple interface. Finally, a forum that is friendly to the users and still full of the necessary things. I look forward to the installation system. The only bad thing is that it requires shell access to be able to install.

            Overall, great job. Thank for job well done.

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