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    It has been a while since the last blog entry was posted by the staff. How did it come that there are no new ones? Okay, it is time and ressources I guess, but I would like to see more posts in the future! There are so many things one could adress, such as
    • using vB5 (or vB4) in certain ways -- e.g. Mark.B did some post about this,
    • giving insights on planned features,
    • recapitulate about the past,
    • tutorials in general,
    • and much more...

    As far as I know users can't contribute in this way, right? More content is always a good thing to have and it gives the possibility to read something else than the "usual" posts a forum has.

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    I've removed al the off topic/sarcastic posts, in doing so some replies to them also went as they became meaningless.
    No infractions, but please do give it a rest.

    I'm sure there'll be more blog posts from staff...I know I'm planning a few after 5.0.4 comes out. Haven't 100% decided on the topics yet (cant really until the 5.0.4 release is made).

    Constructive suggestions appreciated and we'll see what we can come up wih.
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      Good to hear!

      Well, there is a documentation available for vB5, however, it is not really comparable to somewhat like a "tutorial". So I guess posts like the ones you (and others) did before, showing some features and/or capabilities that can be done with relatively low effort, are a good thing and useful for many people.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TLMD View Post
        Good to hear! Well, there is a documentation available for vB5, however, it is not really comparable to somewhat like a "tutorial". So I guess posts like the ones you (and others) did before, showing some features and/or capabilities that can be done with relatively low effort, are a good thing and useful for many people.
        Yes. I like the focus of my blogs to be stuff that isn't always immediately obvious out of the box, but that which doesn't quite fall into the bracket of modifications. Hence my blog on building a homepage....which I believe showcases one of vB5's greatest features, the site builder.
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