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Rick L

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  1. This will likely bring in quite a few new IPB subscribers. Many people want to good QnA platform in itself. Fantastic insight IPB team!
  2. >This! Has been the causation for a twitchy eye - and is by far strict to adsense. Along with the rest of the post, looking forward to the great changes coming in 4.0 IP.Content and IP.Nexus - specifically in hopes of breaking away from the current requirements for domain sales and server settings.
  3. Assumption is rarely realistic. Of course this all depends on your business plan as well. Are we looking at our goals or someone els's ? Interesting question is it not ? Only in an afforadble product such as IPB do we see people pushing for someone to develop for them. If the costs were 10x what they are, or should be, just imagine what SMF or Vanilla would be today. Before letting emotions get in the way think about that for a moment. What I would like to see is a massive expansion to nexus, bringing IPB into the eCommerce field. As sales aside ad revinue is what fuels possible longev
  4. I've got it ! Hey IPB -- just release it already - who cares if its finished, so the net can be cluttered with posts about how terrible a release was. Duh-me ?
  5. Personally I could care less when 4.0 comes out. I'm waiting for 4.0.1 Simpy due to me re-evaluating my site bringing it closer to my new business plan, which of course after sketching up my flowchart I keep seeing blogs about a new version that will actually aligns very well with my ideas. However I have no idea why I would wait to continue development simply due to (what comes next) out of IPB, imo doing that would not reflect my goals, but negate them. Truly, I just wanted to get in on this legenday (although seen many times before) thread of people that just may have lost thei
  6. I do not think as rare as you might think - wait -- what did I just say. Either way - onward
  7. Sorry to muddle this thread - but you just turned my day around Dmacleo :lol: Thank you! x ten internets Been there many times myself, just never read anyone actually say it.
  8. This is a growing concern, honestly -- More people want to be admins, but want a glowing button to show them how to do something as simple as .... <a href="{parse url="app=core&amp;module=global&amp;section=navigation&amp;inapp={parse expression="IPS_APP_COMPONENT"}" base="public"}" rel="quickNavigation" accesskey='9' id='quickNavLaunch' title='{$this->lang->words['launch_quicknav']}'><span>&nbsp;</span></a> /* ad the code before the </li> */ <a href="the link goes here"><li>name the link</li></a> ... in look a
  9. Hey boss = 'marcher' I've read till the eye's bled -- not really , is this working with the latest IP.C / IP.B ? Any plans ? Or should I have payed more attn: when i read 40+ pages ? lol thanks
  10. Might be more people using mysql granted , it's free and open. It really is great I'm not bashing it in any way. However most people are using it because it has been the standard ' set and forget ' way to handle data. Which has nothing to do with efficiency as applications constantly rely more and more , as well as heavier database usage. As far as VB , Postgre would make no difference in fixing it's core functionality. Sorry for bashing someones code. If I had time to learn enough to use IPB with postgre I would be doing it. Currently I'm experimenting with Percona
  11. It still surprises me that with the demand placed on mysql , and it's downfalls, that there is not more people working on getting IPB support for postgre. With hosting delving deeper into VPS Vs. dedicated, you would think more people would be willing to look at one if not the largest of the large resource hogs in the land of application data storage.
  12. Seems someone would have replied. This is happening on one of my sites as well. Who knows , sometimes it works sometimes it does not .
  13. I dont see it , as the domains and emails as well as IP's are changing by the minute , so unless you block huge chinks of IP's , thats not possible. There are many ways to deal with this , worst case scenerio , enforce all new sign ups to be validated manually. Daily , run through them and you can really at a glance see that a user with the name of " 44466633388@44466655577.com is a borked up email. I'm sure theres better ways, but with at the least 50 and up to 150 or so new sign ups a day , you can't catch them all by any service afaik. Supposedly , captcha was broken several weeks
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