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bobtheman
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Re: User contribution

Post by bobtheman »

exreation, i agree with your reply. Great point on the suggestions and votes aiding mod/plugin development. IMO this is something we should implement ASAP
also, another area that ties into the same discussion, from within the acp on the plugin/theme management page.. the plugins will need to have some form of user contributed responses/voting system. for example

Plugin Name: Quick Reply Version: 1.2
Brief description/sceenshots etc
Plugin last modified: 01/01/2010 Total Downloads= 12423
User comments: insert comments here
phpbb Version your using: 4.0 Compatable= Yes/No
Works=Yes/No

thats another discussion though

On to another important topic brought up by rotsblok,
Rotsblok wrote:what the goal is of phpBB..
If we all answered this question i think we would have vastly different responses. The communication of what the "Goal" of phpbb is and what the site/staff member says changes. We, should hold a meeting to discuss this in detail or post an updated version of what the goal of phpbb is that is easy to follow and understand. For example,
The detailed documentation and video tutorials available on this site will help you get phpBB running on your server in minutes. If you have any questions, members of the community will be happy to assist you with anything from configuring the software to modifying the code for your individual needs.

No other bulletin board software offers a greater complement of features, while maintaining efficiency and ease of use. Best of all, phpBB is completely free. We welcome you to test it for yourself today.
phpBB has the features you need built in.
^^ all from the website, Is there a page of the phpbb philosophy?

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