Welcome Back! (again)

Code of conduct, suggestions, and information on forums.debian.net.
Message
Author
User avatar
Hadret
Posts: 354
Joined: 2007-07-19 13:04
Location: Berlin

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#16 Post by Hadret »

It's good to have you back! ^_^

Maybe a favicon as an celebration? (:

User avatar
rivenathos
Posts: 216
Joined: 2009-01-09 11:57
Location: Savannah, Georgia, USA

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#17 Post by rivenathos »

Well, it is good to be home again. I did notice it looks as if the interior designers visited while we were all on spring break. :lol:
Running Debian on Dell: OptiPlex 3010, Inspiron 1545, and an Inspiron 531.
Linux User #461545
Savannah, Georgia, USA

User avatar
apex.predator
Posts: 27
Joined: 2007-10-06 17:13

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#18 Post by apex.predator »

And did a great job!
Linux debian 2.6.26-2-686 | 5.0.1

Mr B
Posts: 184
Joined: 2008-07-26 15:30

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#19 Post by Mr B »

Great work! Good to be back :D

(I like the blueness...... 8) )

unicyclist
Posts: 43
Joined: 2006-10-16 14:46
Location: Alaska

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#20 Post by unicyclist »

Totally agree with Mr B

pentode
Posts: 173
Joined: 2007-05-04 22:48

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#21 Post by pentode »

Thanks for all your efforts! :D

User avatar
Mez
Debian Developer, Forum Ninja
Debian Developer, Forum Ninja
Posts: 228
Joined: 2009-04-23 22:04

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#22 Post by Mez »

Hadret wrote:It's good to have you back! ^_^

Maybe a favicon as an celebration? (:
Your wish is my command :D

hameau
Posts: 257
Joined: 2008-11-13 17:42
Location: France

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#23 Post by hameau »

Aaah ... that's better! Sincere thanks for all the hard work in getting the forums back on the road again.
Nick.

User avatar
Noven
Posts: 242
Joined: 2007-03-18 02:11

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#24 Post by Noven »

Looks good so far. I personally love phpbb3. There any chance of getting subsilver enabled?

User avatar
Jackiebrown
Posts: 1276
Joined: 2007-01-02 04:46
Location: San Antonio, TX

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#25 Post by Jackiebrown »

Mez wrote:
Hadret wrote:It's good to have you back! ^_^

Maybe a favicon as an celebration? (:
Your wish is my command :D

So ends a 3 year thread

User avatar
Arrakiv
Posts: 43
Joined: 2008-03-17 07:23
Location: Austin, Texas
Contact:

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#26 Post by Arrakiv »

Oh thank god, it is back. (Hey, I may not post much, but I like to lurk)

Also, I'm liking the updated phpBB/look. It seems more modern.

gnudude
Posts: 1712
Joined: 2009-04-05 17:30
Location: gone....

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#27 Post by gnudude »

me likey...

User avatar
BioTube
Posts: 7551
Joined: 2007-06-01 04:34

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#28 Post by BioTube »

WTF? If I wanted a theme that was this ugly, I'd've used Ubuntu. I hope we get the option to use the old, sane theme.
Image
Ludwig von Mises wrote:The elite should be supreme by virtue of persuasion, not by the assistance of firing squads.

User avatar
Soul Singin'
Posts: 1607
Joined: 2008-12-21 07:02

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#29 Post by Soul Singin' »

gnudude wrote:me likey...
Me likey too!

It's simple. It's elegant. And it looks professional.

Best of all ... We got rid of the penguin with the psychedelic eyeball !!! :mrgreen:
.

rogerdugans
Posts: 140
Joined: 2007-09-23 16:47

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#30 Post by rogerdugans »

I want it back the way it was.



Seriously- thanks for getting this place up and running quickly again.
I know just how much work that can be.

The look?
Well, I am not one to care much about that. I'm here for the content, not the appearance.

Good to have this forum back.
Watercooled, overclocked and running linux

jjmac
Posts: 387
Joined: 2005-12-28 23:34
Location: Australia

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#31 Post by jjmac »

Howdy all,


Yes, i'll echo that. Good to have it all sorted. Damn the spamers :evil:

For what it's worth, i like the layout better than the previous too. Especially the saner sized posing box (grin). I'm even viewing this in 'author' mode too :).

Just one thing though. When i brought up a listing of my last 3 months worth of posts -=- there wasn't any indication as to if there had been any 'new posts'. That is , no icon. I'll recheck that as it may just be hidden away in the new style somewhere. If so, please ignore my comment.

Cheers ...


jm
http://counter.li.org
#313537

-=- The FVWM wm -=- http://www.fvwm.org -=-

Somebody stole my air guitar, It happened just the other day,
But it's ok, 'cause i've got a spare ...

otter
Posts: 85
Joined: 2007-07-19 19:10

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#32 Post by otter »

glad to see the forums back. It looks pretty slick!

User avatar
alpha-X-geek
Posts: 40
Joined: 2008-12-12 01:22
Location: England, UK
Contact:

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#33 Post by alpha-X-geek »

Thanks again for getting the forum up and running. I've put a curse on the spammer scum, so by now his urethra will have closed up completely. That'll learn him.

User avatar
bugsbunny
Posts: 5355
Joined: 2008-07-06 17:04

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#34 Post by bugsbunny »

Pretty!
Nice to be back. I think I was going through withdrawal symptoms:)

User avatar
jheaton5
Posts: 1489
Joined: 2008-08-20 01:40
Location: Newnan, GA, USA

Re: Welcome Back! (again)

#35 Post by jheaton5 »

bugsbunny wrote:Pretty!
Nice to be back. I think I was going through withdrawal symptoms:)
I certainly was in withdrawal. It was so bad, I subscribed to about ten debian lists. Now I have 169 unopened emails in my box. :lol:
debian sid

Locked