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Posted 8 months ago by Marc
Greetings everyone,We are pleased to announce the release of phpBB 3.2.0-RC1 "Bertie's swing-by". This is the first release candidate of the upcoming phpBB 3.2.0 feature release and introduces major changes and new functionality. Among the new ... [More] features are a completely revised installer including CLI support, a new BBCode system that adds more power to quotes and supports emojis, and full support for PHP 7.0. As already announced previously, prosilver is now the only supported style and subsilver2 has been removed subsequently. In addition to that, larger code refactorings and improvements where applied to phpBB's backend for an improved performance.The full changelog is available in the changelog file within the docs folder contained in the release package. You can find the key highlights of this release candidate on the wiki at https://wiki.phpbb.com/Release_Highlights/3.2.0-RC1 and a list of all issues fixed on our tracker at https://tracker.phpbb.com/issues/?filter=13904The packages can be downloaded from our Area51 downloads site.The development team thanks everyone who contributed code to this release: Marc, Tristan, Matt, Máté, Richard, Joas, Jakub, lavigor, LaxSlash, JoshyPHP, Tobi, rxu, Andreas, David, Derek, LEZY, Mark, Paul, kasimi, C1n, Callum, Crizzo, Greg, Oliver, RFD, Skouat, cyberalienIf you have any questions or comments, we'll be happy to address them in the discussion topic.- The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Marc
Greetings everyone, While approaching the release of phpBB 3.2.0 Rhea (see phpBB 3.2 Rhea is near – help us test it now!), some of you might have noticed that we're also close to the intially planned End of Maintenance (EoM) for phpBB 3.1 Ascraeus. ... [More] Based on the release timetable we targeted around the release of phpBB 3.1 Ascraeus, this would have given administrators about 6 months of maintenance and a year of security updates to migrate to the latest phpBB branch. Following some small delays and the decision to advance the development of several important features, we were forced to amend the previous release timetable for phpBB Rhea 3.2. We're extending the time frame phpBB 3.1 will receive maintenance and security fixes accordingly. The timetable for 3.1 is now as follows: End of Maintenance (EOM): December 2016 End of Life (EOL): June 2017 Our release process page has been updated to reflect these changes. If you have any questions or comments, we'll be happy to address them in the discussion topic. - The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Marc
Greetings everyone,While approaching the release of phpBB 3.2.0 Rhea (see phpBB 3.2 Rhea is near – help us test it now!), some of you might have noticed that we're also close to the intially planned End of Maintenance (EoM) for phpBB 3.1 ... [More] Ascraeus.Based on the release timetable we targeted around the release of phpBB 3.1 Ascraeus, this would have given administrators about 6 months of maintenance and a year of security updates to migrate to the latest phpBB branch. Following some small delays and the decision to advance the development of several important features, we were forced to amend the previous release timetable for phpBB Rhea 3.2.We're extending the time frame phpBB 3.1 will receive maintenance and security fixes accordingly. The timetable for 3.1 is now as follows: End of Maintenance (EOM): December 2016 End of Life (EOL): June 2017 Our release process page has been updated to reflect these changes.If you have any questions or comments, we'll be happy to address them in the discussion topic.- The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Noxwizard
Hello,As of 0:00 UTC January 1st, 2017, we will no longer be providing support for phpBB 3.0.x. The support forums will be locked, but will be still be available in a read-only form for reference. All download links for phpBB 3.0.x will be removed. ... [More] If you still need those packages, you will be able to obtain them from SourceForge or download.phpbb.com.It is recommended that you use these seven months to prepare for converting to phpBB 3.1.x or 3.2.x when it becomes available. While support for 3.0.x will not be available, support for converting to 3.1.x or 3.2.x will be available in their respective forums.For those who receive support from an international support site, they will dictate their own support schedules and you should seek information from them.As a reminder, phpBB 3.0.x is already in its End of Life phase and is no longer receiving maintenance or security fixes. While there are no known vulnerabilities in phpBB 3.0.14, it is recommended that you upgrade to a fully supported version. For more information about the current release and support timelines, see the phpBB Release, Security and Support Plan announcement and the Release & Update Policy page.Thank you,The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 9 months ago by Noxwizard
Hello, As of 0:00 UTC January 1st, 2017, we will no longer be providing support for phpBB 3.0.x. The support forums will be locked, but will be still be available in a read-only form for reference. All download links for phpBB 3.0.x will be removed. ... [More] If you still need those packages, you will be able to obtain them from SourceForge or download.phpbb.com. It is recommended that you use these seven months to prepare for converting to phpBB 3.1.x or 3.2.x when it becomes available. While support for 3.0.x will not be available, support for converting to 3.1.x or 3.2.x will be available in their respective forums. For those who receive support from an international support site, they will dictate their own support schedules and you should seek information from them. As a reminder, phpBB 3.0.x is already in its End of Life phase and is no longer receiving maintenance or security fixes. While there are no known vulnerabilities in phpBB 3.0.14, it is recommended that you upgrade to a fully supported version. For more information about the current release and support timelines, see the phpBB Release, Security and Support Plan announcement and the Release & Update Policy page. Thank you, The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 10 months ago by Marc Alexander
As some of you might have noticed, a security issue has recently been uncovered in ImageMagick, a widely used software suite for displaying and modifying images. You can read about the full details of the exploit on news outlets like Ars Technica (article on ImageMagick exploit) and the ImageMagick community forum. It has come to our […]
Posted 11 months ago by Marc
Greetings all, We are pleased to announce the release of phpBB 3.1.9 "Bertie's virtual reality beach". This version is a maintenance release of the 3.1.x branch which fixes various smaller bugs including improper column defaults for new table ... [More] columns in MSSQL, issues with the updater while using caches that are not file based, as well as duplicate emails being sent by the email queue due to opcache, and attached images not being displayed in the expected order when adding them inline. It also adds support for X-Forwarded headers for upgrading non-SSL connections to SSL and allows extension authors to disable sending headers on Extension pages served via app.php. The full changelog is available in the changelog file within the docs folder contained in the release package. You can find the key highlights of this release on the wiki at https://wiki.phpbb.com/Release_Highlights/3.1.9 and a list of all issues fixed on our tracker at https://tracker.phpbb.com/issues/?filter=13901 The packages can be downloaded from our downloads page. The development team thanks everyone who contributed code to this release: rxu, Richard McGirr, LaxSlash, Jakub Senko, lavigor, Martin Beckmann, Matt Friedman, Skouat, kasimi, David Colón, Callum Macrae If you have any questions or comments, we'll be happy to address them in the discussion topic. - The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 11 months ago by Marc
Greetings all,We are pleased to announce the release of phpBB 3.1.9 "Bertie's virtual reality beach". This version is a maintenance release of the 3.1.x branch which fixes various smaller bugs including improper column defaults for new table columns ... [More] in MSSQL, issues with the updater while using caches that are not file based, as well as duplicate emails being sent by the email queue due to opcache, and attached images not being displayed in the expected order when adding them inline. It also adds support for X-Forwarded headers for upgrading non-SSL connections to SSL and allows extension authors to disable sending headers on Extension pages served via app.php.The full changelog is available in the changelog file within the docs folder contained in the release package. You can find the key highlights of this release on the wiki at https://wiki.phpbb.com/Release_Highlights/3.1.9 and a list of all issues fixed on our tracker at https://tracker.phpbb.com/issues/?filter=13901The packages can be downloaded from our downloads page.The development team thanks everyone who contributed code to this release: rxu, Richard McGirr, LaxSlash, Jakub Senko, lavigor, Martin Beckmann, Matt Friedman, Skouat, kasimi, David Colón, Callum MacraeIf you have any questions or comments, we'll be happy to address them in the discussion topic.- The phpBB Team [Less]
Posted 11 months ago by VSE
Hello extension writers! At phpBB’s conference in Prague last year, nickvergessen created a tool that makes getting an extension project started super easy!  phpBB Extension Skeleton The Extension Skeleton is an extension that you install in your ... [More] development phpBB board. Once installed, you can use it to generate the starter files and directories for your own […] [Less]
Posted 11 months ago by naderman
On October 28th, 2014, we published phpBB 3.1 Ascraeus, the culmination of nearly 8 years of development since phpBB 3.0—an eternity when it comes to web development. We learned our lesson from trying to build a major feature release over a timespan that saw major changes in web technologies; while our roadmap had to change […]