vBulletin.org?

Phillip

The Priest
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Aug 28, 2013
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Anyone getting an error message when going to vbulletin.org?
 

Phillip

The Priest
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Oh wow. Now vbulletin.com is down or well it was.
 

LeadCrow

Apocalypse Admin
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Jun 29, 2008
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vb.org and .com are online currently, so you mightve just caught them during an unscheduled infrastructure maintainance window.
 

Paul M

Dr Pepper Addict
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Jun 26, 2006
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You should do, there's been two new posts since your last visit!

Thats probably not far off, how times change.
I watched it grow (as a 'parent') from a chirpy 7 year old, to a late teen (17 year old).

I suppose its good that its stood the test of time. :)
Aside from the actual vB3 code, its largely running off custom code I wrote about 11-12 years ago.

I wrote/rewrote about 70 - 80% of its custom code between 2007 & 2010 (on vB 3.6) - there is a lot of it.
I did some more rewrites in 2016, in order to upgrade it to vB 3.8, I dont think much has changed since then.

It all seems so long ago now, a different world.
 

zappaDPJ

Administrator
Joined
Aug 26, 2010
Messages
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It all seems so long ago now, a different world.

It was a real community back then and a fantastic resource for forum owners that no doubt contributed a lot to vBulletin's glory days.
 

NYCGuy76

Fanatic
Joined
Jul 1, 2006
Messages
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Vbulletin.org was always my go to site. I go on there everyday and there's usually around 3-5 new posts a day. What a shame. It used to be booming.
 

borbole

Adherent
Joined
Sep 15, 2012
Messages
338
Thats probably not far off, how times change.
I watched it grow (as a 'parent') from a chirpy 7 year old, to a late teen (17 year old).

I suppose its good that its stood the test of time. :)
Aside from the actual vB3 code, its largely running off custom code I wrote about 11-12 years ago.

I wrote/rewrote about 70 - 80% of its custom code between 2007 & 2010 (on vB 3.6) - there is a lot of it.
I did some more rewrites in 2016, in order to upgrade it to vB 3.8, I dont think much has changed since then.

It all seems so long ago now, a different world.

You did a great job with vb.org. It was a great place to hang out and learn new things too.
 

Steve M

Coder Formerly Known As..
Joined
Jan 6, 2010
Messages
851
Thats probably not far off, how times change.
I watched it grow (as a 'parent') from a chirpy 7 year old, to a late teen (17 year old).

I suppose its good that its stood the test of time. :)
Aside from the actual vB3 code, its largely running off custom code I wrote about 11-12 years ago.

I wrote/rewrote about 70 - 80% of its custom code between 2007 & 2010 (on vB 3.6) - there is a lot of it.
I did some more rewrites in 2016, in order to upgrade it to vB 3.8, I dont think much has changed since then.

It all seems so long ago now, a different world.
Your baby helped me a lot get into coding. I learned so much there from other developers and coders that I was able to start releasing my own addons. I miss how booming it used to be. I still drop by at least once a week to check on anything new but I'm sadly disappointed until I go to either TAZ or XF and get happy from all the new posts.
 
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