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So are we on vB now?

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Or whatever its called
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Does it look like we are?
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[quote]Originally posted by EmAn:
<strong>Does it look like we are?</strong><hr></blockquote>

smart ass.

vB uses php, not perl. So when the url ends in .php instead of .cgi, we've made some sort of a switch...

[ 01-25-2003: Message edited by: torifile ]</p>
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How would I know. Is Bush a marsian?

IOW: I have no clue how vB looks.
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On the bottom it would say powered by vBulletin instad of Ultimate Bulletin Board
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In case you don't believe these guys, no, we are not on vB yet.

Believe me, it will look different enough for you to notice that something has changed.
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Ahhh, this is so much better already

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post #8 of 13
So a very confused me asks...

Let me get this straight, so the bottom does NOT say vB so we must NOT be running it right? (confused still....) It's like there are conflicting reports. Either we ARE or we AREN'T. Can somebody drop the sarcasm and answer? Thx.
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post #9 of 13
not on vB

<img src="graemlins/oyvey.gif" border="0" alt="[oyvey]" /> (sorry i'm just happy shaking head is back so i had to use it

boooo for smoky guy
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[quote]Originally posted by Brad:
<strong>In case you don't believe these guys, no, we are not on vB yet.

Believe me, it will look different enough for you to notice that something has changed.</strong><hr></blockquote>

so that downtime earlier was a tease? i creamed when i tried to come here and it said vb was going up. now that cream was for nothing...?

Praise the lord that smokey has returned. I will now pay homage to my lord and master, smokey. <img src="graemlins/cancer.gif" border="0" alt="[cancer]" />

keep on truckin
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[quote]Originally posted by thuh Freak:
<strong>

so that downtime earlier was a tease? i creamed when i tried to come here and it said vb was going up. now that cream was for nothing...?

</strong><hr></blockquote>
that's what i've been wondering...
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Okay, let's see if I can do this without pointing any names...

"We" are ready, as far as we can tell without actually testing the import. Jon and I shut down earlier to rebuild the stats and indices so that UBB would be clean and ready for an import into vB. Then why not make the import? Well, there's "upper management" above us on whom we are waiting. Waiting for what? To reinitialize the SQL tables for vB because "upper management" has in its boundless wisdom chosen to not give us the ability to do that ourselves.

Does that make any sense?

[ 01-26-2003: Message edited by: Brad ]</p>
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Hey Brad. Howzit that AI got tied to those 'upper management' guys anyway? Is it a serving/bandwidth thing, convenience, some sort of Mac network? Just curious.

Thanks, G.
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