January 24, 2011 in Feedback
Because IP.Board doesn't come in our language I was forced to install another instance of it prior to upgrading 2.x to 3.x on a production board, which went well as about 80% of public part was translated in a testbed environment, but... due to licencing IP.Gallery probably wouldn't work on the test bed. It's really a shame you can't provide some 'test' licences (let's say , which would greatly simplify translating of the addon we actively use (I'm not sure it's safe to provide ordinary users even a limitede access to ACP on production boards)...
Another thing that bother me is the fact that nothing has been done for upcoming IPv6 day (June 8th 2011), even though I've opened a ticked a couple of monts ago, nothing has changed since.
Criticism is okay as long as you are not wrong in your facts.
Re IPv6, see http://community.inv...not-recognized/
I stand corrected! First post 'bout IPv6 was written in the late 2006... Hope 3.2.x stable will emerge soon - prior to IPv6 day.
Does anyone agree with me regarding simplicity of translating in a testbed environment in ACP as opposed to translating externally? Guess if enough people support my thoughts, hopefully some smart people at invisionpower will reconsider helping paying customers with translations of the apps...
Just to be clear June 8th 2011 is just a day that many web properties have decided is a good day to test IPv6. It's not some sort of hard deadline for anyone. Just wanted to state that for those that might get concerned about that :)
According to HE (http://ipv6.he.net/statistics/), only about 35*10^6 free ipv4 addresses (that will run out in 8 days) are out there... Dunno bout you guys but I'm planning on having AAAA records on some major sites hopefully by the end of this month...
Any comments regarding test licencing for translation sites?
When major Backbone provider's & ISP's adopt proper IPv6 support, I'll care if IPS supports it or not..
And, it's going to be a lot longer before IPv4 is phased out (look how long we've been holding onto x86 technology) we're likely to see more use of vLan's etc before were going to see wide spread adoption of v6
Dunno 'bout you but in my country there are three major commercial ISPs and one large academic - two of them already provide native IPv6, one (the one I use) in test environments, and the last will probably provide it in a matter of months...
We will support ipv6 in IP.Board 3.2. We cannot give a release time frame for this yet, I'm afraid, however the impact of this should be minimal for the majority of our user base. In any event, it's coming in the next version.
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