An open apology, and some advise to people like me:

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Philosophically speaking, it is allways better to experience a momentary period of waiting rather than allways being able to have everything exactly when we want it. Patience builds moderation in a person. ;)
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Yes -- it is a good thing and some argue that patience builds character...
JC Adams wrote:Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.

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Patience does, in fact, build character. But to some people, it is *enough* that they even have to learn to wait for once. ;)
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It would seem that when there goes nine months between a reply on here, Patience is quite important!

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Aragon wrote:It would seem that when there goes nine months between a reply on here, Patience is quite important!

...huh?

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olger901 wrote:I will definately wait for phpBB 2.2 because it's great, I tried one CVS version just to approximately see what features it will and won't have and I must say it looks alot better then SMF does, also the SMF Permission System is one Big Chaos and doesn't work handy, the one that will come with phpBB 2.2 is alot easier :) and just watch as soon as phpBB 2.2 is finished I bet you will see people come and running back to phpBB from SMF :)
I've been looking at CVS code since sometimes in late 2002 I believe... don't quite remember. I was pretty excited about it back then, but recently I've been building a portal system around it and the more I have to dig in and look at the code, the more I love it :mrgreen:

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