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  • I sure do miss the old days...

    Wow, I feel like an old timer now. Anyone else here that joined VB in 2000?

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    Hi.

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    • #3
      I'm close enough.

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        Hello.
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        Wayne Luke
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          <-- 2001 ... the first version I used was 2.0.1 and we were so happy when 2.0.3 allowed us to have hidden custom profile fields!
          Plan, Do, Check, Act!

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            First version I ran was 2.0.0 Beta 3.
            Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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            • #7
              Waves hand. 2000 for me. First version I used was the first version released. Don't remember the version number, but, I could easily find it since I still have the files on my oldest server.
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              • #8
                Freddy, Wayne, Steve, AWS... wow.... long time!

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                • #9
                  I was running forums long before VB was around (But VB has always been my favorite). I've since sold all of my forums and havent been here in years. Thought I would stop by and see how the software has changed. Looks nice!

                  Anyone remember when Ted Oneil first started UBB and it was freeware / shareware? I think it was around 1997 or so. Not sure. I do remember it was Perl based back then and used a flat text file database.

                  Crap, now I really feel old. heh.

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                  • #10
                    My first version was 1.1.2
                    Originally posted by Reeve of Shinra View Post
                    <-- 2001 ... the first version I used was 2.0.1 and we were so happy when 2.0.3 allowed us to have hidden custom profile fields!
                    I added the custom profile fields

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                    • #11
                      Wow there are a lot of you guys. And that is coming from somebody who has been here for over a year.
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                        Originally posted by Robert Basil View Post
                        I was running forums long before VB was around (But VB has always been my favorite). I've since sold all of my forums and havent been here in years. Thought I would stop by and see how the software has changed. Looks nice!

                        Anyone remember when Ted Oneil first started UBB and it was freeware / shareware? I think it was around 1997 or so. Not sure. I do remember it was Perl based back then and used a flat text file database.

                        Crap, now I really feel old. heh.
                        Yes I do remember when UBB first hit the scene. I was using Matt Wrights wwwboard and switched to UBB. Then to vbulletin. I sold my original forums.
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                        • #13
                          Does Mar '01 make me close enough
                          Bob- (pank)
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                            Originally posted by AWS View Post
                            Yes I do remember when UBB first hit the scene. I was using Matt Wrights wwwboard and switched to UBB. Then to vbulletin. I sold my original forums.
                            Wow, I forgot all about Matt Wrights wwwboard. The grandaddy of all internet forums. Holy cow, just looked and his scripts archive is still online. http://www.scriptarchive.com

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                            • #15
                              How about the times from Colossus/Mustang, which actually came up with the idea of BBS/forums. I've met the guy who was a developer and partner in business
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