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Thanks a lot for all of your work on this software [message #161754 is a reply to message #161662] Tue, 02 February 2010 18:37 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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It looks like we'll be converting our older phpBB forum sometime this week.

One of the moderators set up a copy of the FUD Forum software for us in a "sandbox" and copied the database from the other forum for us to play in and experiment with. He did the same for the newest version of phpBB so we could evaluate them side by side.

So far, of the moderators who have responded, they all liked the FUD Forum software better.

As an aside, the guy who set it up for us didn't like the name. He used to work at IBM and FUD stood for a rather unsavory practice of trying to instill "Fear Uncertainty and Doubt" in customers minds if they were to try and switch computer systems to a competitor.

But over all, we are happy so far with the software and like many of the features and things you have done with it. The ability to put icons to the left of the individual forums is another nice touch, btw. It really jazzes up the site and probably helps members navigate a little more quickly to a forum they may be looking for. Or at least that is our hope.

I suppose we'll find out soon enough.
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