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  • bigsoccer tech
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    Welcome back my friend!

    (to the show that never ends
    we're so glad you could attend
    step inside step inside
    now the gypsy queen
    in a glaze of vaseline
    will perform on guiletine
    what a scene what a scene
    step inside the show's about to start
    guaranteed to blow your head apart)

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    Hi john, as I said before, welcome back

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    Welcome back John!

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  • JimF
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    Be well, Mr. Percival.

    -jim

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  • thetakerfan
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    woo-hoo!

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  • Chris Schreiber
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    Originally posted by John
    I look forward to working with you all to make this next version a killer application.
    Actually I think it already is

    Anyway, it's great to see you back and I am very excited to hear about all of the new features. You can be sure I'll be watching closely to see what everything you have planned.

    -Chris

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  • Sharg
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    John, I'm so glad to see you back and hear your very positive comments !

    I believe that this next version will be really excellent.
    I just want to stress on a particular point: It seems some of us have a very hard time including javascript advertising code on their headers... it might be cool if you could do something about it in the next version.

    I don't have anything to say about the new features (I trust the next version will have a lot), my only worry is about this.

    Thanks,
    Benj

    (oh, and please, next time you take a brainstorm tour, please, just drop us an official word before you go, so we will not harass the great moderators to know where you are )

    Benj


    [Edited by Benj on 08-22-2000 at 08:33 PM]

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  • John
    started a topic Update on next version

    Update on next version

    As some of you may know I have been away for the last little while mixing coding with a little R&R. The next version of vBulletin is moving along smoothly, and development is progressing at a steady pace.

    At the moment, I cannot give an exact date for release yet, but for the sake of QA, it may be a little later than summer. (Summer has already pretty much ended here in the summer anyway, not that it ever really began ) My current plans are to get beta copies to a few testers in about 4-5 weeks time.

    Without letting too much out of the bag on the features front, you can be sure that there will be something for everyone. Many of the suggestions that I have received in the forums here and by email will be taken into account, as well as some of the old favourites such as polls, private messaging, and much more. I will try to whet people's appetites from time to time by revealing a new feature or two - so keep your eyes peeled

    We value all the input that we have received in the first few months of vBulletin, and we have tried to respond accordingly to suggestions. We hope to be bringing out more languages (as in French or German, not Perl or ASP) for vBulletin in the future, as well as more support for more RDBMS systems (PostgreSQL, Oracle, MS SQL, Sybase all possibilities). We will try to keep you in the loop as the next version develops, as we feel that it is important to keep in touch with the community here as much as possible. While I have not been around so much recently due to my coding efforts, James has been managing support, with the capable aid of the unsung heroes, the moderators.

    My thanks to all of you for your ongoing support. I look forward to working with you all to make this next version a killer application.

    Sincerely,
    John Percival
    Developer, vBulletin
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