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  • RadioErewan
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    Originally posted by Abomination View Post
    Paul M is on the staff at vb.org
    (in case you did not know)
    I noticed it. Nowadays everything has to be confirmed. Free is paid or something...

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  • Abomination
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    Originally posted by RadioErewan View Post
    One of you have to be wrong. So?
    Paul M is on the staff at vb.org

    (in case you did not know)

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  • RadioErewan
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    Originally posted by Paul M View Post
    As long as your licence is valid, then you will have access to vb.org.

    As I understand it, a vb4 licence remains valid indefinitely (for vb4), just as an old 3.x owned licence remains valid for vb3 indefinitely.
    Originally posted by ra87 View Post
    EOL is estimated at 2 years upto 3 max.

    At that time - just as with an owned license on the old system, if you don't upgrade to v5, you can no longer get access to vb.org, but you WILL still be able to run vbulletin on your site.
    One of you have to be wrong. So?

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  • NolFito
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    From comments by staff I think EOL of the last version of vb4 would be 3 releases after. So when 5.3 is released

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  • Chimpie
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    Originally posted by kyrgyz View Post
    Quoting myself here. Quick question arose. Does support and updates for vB4 go beyond vB5 release date?
    Yes. As long as the release updates and patches to 4.0 you will be able get them.

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  • kyrgyz
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    Originally posted by kyrgyz View Post
    vB4 Suite takes care of all upgrades and support till vB5 released. If you have active license and buy the Suite, your expiry gets cancelled.
    Quoting myself here. Quick question arose. Does support and updates for vB4 go beyond vB5 release date?
    Last edited by kyrgyz; Sun 18 Oct '09, 3:53pm.

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  • ra87
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    Originally posted by Marka Ragnos View Post
    Another question sorry...


    So i pre ordered the publishing suite does this mean i can use vbulletin.com and vbulletin.org indefinitely?

    I'm reading stuff about End Of Life, how long is that exactly?

    I pre ordered to soon there is lots of stuff i don't quite understand
    EOL is estimated at 2 years upto 3 max.

    At that time - just as with an owned license on the old system, if you don't upgrade to v5, you can no longer get access to vb.org, but you WILL still be able to run vbulletin on your site.

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  • Paul M
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    Originally posted by Marka Ragnos View Post
    So i pre ordered the publishing suite does this mean i can use vbulletin.com and vbulletin.org indefinitely?
    As long as your licence is valid, then you will have access to vb.org.

    As I understand it, a vb4 licence remains valid indefinitely (for vb4), just as an old 3.x owned licence remains valid for vb3 indefinitely.

    Leave a comment:


  • kyrgyz
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    vB4 Suite takes care of all upgrades and support till vB5 released. If you have active license and buy the Suite, your expiry gets cancelled.

    Leave a comment:


  • Marka Ragnos
    started a topic running 4.0 indefinitely

    running 4.0 indefinitely

    Another question sorry...


    So i pre ordered the publishing suite does this mean i can use vbulletin.com and vbulletin.org indefinitely?

    I'm reading stuff about End Of Life, how long is that exactly?

    I pre ordered to soon there is lots of stuff i don't quite understand
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