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Twirp54
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 7:55 am    Post subject: What happened Reply with quote

It seems like forumwise was such a poppin place a few years ago, I came to check in and... empty. What happened? Confused
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2012 11:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How and Howdy.

Well we still have many admins and our database says several thousand forums have been created.

We are indeed quieter though than a few years back. In the support forums mostly though since nearly all support issues can be answered through a search of existing discussions.

Whilst hosts offering phpbb3 might be gaining popularity, we are to remain a phpbb2 platform for the near future since we have upgraded this platform ourselves and so there is no plausible reason to upgrade.

I think mainly the reason is simply that there are more free forum hosts on the scene. It's not necessarily a performance question, but merely that other hosts will catch customers in their net too.

The more fishermen, the more fish are shared and the less an individual takes home.

This increase in choice doesn't seem to impact ForumWise particularly and so it's not a concern.

Thanks for popping in and saying Hi!
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