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    FedoraForum Changes

    As you may have noticed in the last 24 hours we've made some changes here at FedoraForum.org. Firstly we've upgraded our version of the VBulletin forums to the latest stable version with a few of our own modifications. Many thanks must go out to Ewdi for this implementation of the new forums.

    One of the most important features which has been implemented with the new forum, is a reputation system. Underneath the name of every poster is a scales icon, selecting this will enable you to leave feedback about a post and the poster. I strongly advise you all to leave feedback to everyone who provides help, and even to those that post well structured good questions in the support forum. This should make it much easier to pick out the experts, when recieving advice in the support forums as a green bar indicates the level of the reputation of the poster.

    We've also opened a new PPC forum, in the support forums. For those of you that are daring enough to attempt to install Fedora Core 2 onto your PPC's. Any questions regarding Fedora and the PPC platform should be asked there.

    Enjoy the forums!

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    The forums look way better and I hope that the new reputation system will make a difference.
    Nice work.

    PS. Not sure if this is the right place but there seems to be an error on the first page. On the left side there is a nice calendar, but when I click on the name of the month (June 2004 as we speak) I get an error page:

    Not Found
    The requested URL /calendar.php was not found on this server.

    The URL is http://www.fedoraforum.org/calendar....o=displaymonth

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    i fixed the calendar, thx
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    Nope, I still get the same message. I have tried refreshing the page and using a second browser just to make sure it was not my cache.

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    that's odd, i didnt get it anymore
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    Not Found
    The requested URL /calendar.php was not found on this server.

    //but only if I click on your link. If you click on calendar then it works fine.

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    Still doesn't work for me (if I click on the calendar).

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    what is the link that is shown to you? for me it's http://www. fedoraforum.org/forum/calendar.php?

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    if you click on June 2004 on the calendar it gives an error because it goes to:

    http://www.fedoraforum.org/calendar....o=displaymonth

    it should point to

    http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/calendar.php?month=6&year=2004&c=&do=displaymonth

    Forum folder part of the Url is missing.

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    k00lworld, Yeap, that's the problem. If I edit the URL by hand and add "forum/" it works.

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    So obvious! Ewdi should implement it shortly.

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    This upgrade was strange considering my habit to read new posrts on the left sidebar. It looks cleaner than the old version.
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    This site is more and more excellent. There are two things about the new design. I don't like the new code tag, it's better to fully display the code. And the icon for the reputation is too small, the new users of this forum may not see it.

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    is the user screenshot's section gone??

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    we will put back the gallery shortly
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