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238: new post   phpBB 2.0.13 released - Critical Update
The first issue is critical (session handling allowing everyone gaining administrator rights) and we urge you to fix it on your forums as soon as possible...
Feb 28, 2005
239: new post   phpBB Issues Security Update
Dec 11, 2004
240: new post   What do you do about your annoying members?
These members may not break any rules, but they irritate fellow members.
Sept 6, 2004
241: new post   Mary Poppins Moderating
A gentle touch in moderating will keep discussion on track without irritating members.
June 19, 2004
242: new post   Pulling forum lurkers out of hiding
Is lurking a bad thing? How can one turn lurkers into active posters?
June 10, 2004
243: new post   Bad Forum Design
What forum design elements will annoy your visitors?
May 14, 2004
244: new post   The financial side of running a forum
Discussion of revenues and costs of operating a forum.
May 13, 2004
245: new post   Starting a Web Community
"Forum operators typically find that the first few thousand posts are the toughest - once you are at that level, you probably have something going, even if it's not quite enough to launch your forum to the six or seven digit level."
May 13, 2004
246: new post   Starting a Web Community
Ideas for the care and feeding of a new forum.
May 13, 2004
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