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Kunena 5.1.15 Released (27 Oct 2019)

The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.1.15 [K 5.1.15] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 3.9.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 5.1 and issues discovered during the development stages of K 5.1.

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Loved The great "Thanks to All Kunena Developers" thread

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9 years 10 months ago #61 by fxstein
Thanks a lot guys. We have never worked so hard before. We just passed a major milestone.

We reduced the query counts on some of the major pages by up to 10x.

We took a little delay with the multi file upload. At first we went down the path for Fancy Upload, but the requirement for flash just to upload files did not resonate well with us, plus the bugs with Flash on Linux systems, made it unusable for those Linux users amongst our user base. (same for iPhone an d upcoming iPad).

So instead we wrote a new file attachement process using mootools, ajax and iframes, that doesn't require any flash.

That and a few bugs keep us busy. We hav started internal testing and hope to have the public Alpha out soon.

Have a great day!

fxstein

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9 years 10 months ago #62 by freedomcoach
This is very exciting news. I can't wait to have 1.6 operational. It is coming at the perfect time when my subscriber base is expanding rapidly.

Sincerely,
Howard

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9 years 10 months ago #63 by sunnyjey
Hi Kunena Taem,

We are all excited to see the new development. I am checking Kunena Twitter atleast twice a day.

Thank you so much for doing such a great job.

We all love you

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9 years 10 months ago #64 by Link
Hi, just want to say thank you. I am new to Kunena and found it easy to install and setup.

My task was to setup a new forum and website for exotic car owners in New Zealand. I choose Joomla plus Kunena because:
1. It is still been improved and developed so good support.
2. It looks good and is easy to use.
3. It has extended features that can grow with the site.

The hardest bit was creating the Joomla template.
The easyest bit was installing Kunena. The only thing I had to change was a little CSS in the Kunena template to make the page background show through around the tabs. This was easy because of the CSS button/editor built in.


Good Job Kunena, keep up the good work. :)

www.fordgt1.co.nz

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9 years 9 months ago #65 by mschmoldt
I just wanted to say thanks to everyone who has spent time creating Kunena. I had been looking for a good forum solution for tiepedia and I had tried Agora, CCBoard, and ninja board but Kunena is the one for me. It did take some modification which is why I appreciate sozzled, xillibit, Matias, @quila for answering questions that I benefited from.

Thanks again guys, I am now going to add a 5 star review on the JED B)

-Matt

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9 years 9 months ago #66 by mibnbikes
I totally agree, good work Kunena people, thanks a bunch for all your hard work.

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9 years 9 months ago #67 by darksoul
For me too.. Kunena Rulez!

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9 years 2 weeks ago - 9 years 2 weeks ago #68 by Mortti
Thanks to Ron Severdia (my favorite Blend option) and all K Team (Matias, Oliver, Florian, Dragoljub, Sven) for your hard WORK what you guys are already done for us = Kunena Users...

My personal thanks goes to (after Matias and Ron) Michael Russell (sozzled)... as I said in our Finnish forum "There is not human like "sozzled" who help peoples his passions... I have never seen a similar capitulation for extension and want to help peoples..." in Finnish I said shortly about that...

Anyway... all this Thanks come to tester forum, because you are provided to preferred to have won the right to be here, that right should not be exploited from anyone (remember you others testers, this is a right not an obligation ... you can always leave)

What I need? I need more testers with the participation of the reporting...

If you have a tester's role, I suppose you are testing something ... if I find errors or suggestions for improvement, so you too I think? Tell all about of those for developers? This is not the place for guys who just want latest dev version and it's results of testing, I think. (note for developers)

Best Regards for all Kunena Team,

Sami aka Mortti
Last edit: 9 years 2 weeks ago by Mortti.
The following user(s) said Thank You: sozzled

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9 years 2 weeks ago #69 by sozzled
Thank you, Sami. Your kind words are very much appreciated. :)

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9 years 2 weeks ago - 9 years 2 weeks ago #70 by Mortti
You/everybody can found my couple words about you in Finnish forum here when K 1.6.1 released: www.joomlaportal.fi/component/option,com...mid,51/topic,11737.0

About you is English about this: Nor can I ever forget Michael (sozzled) forum, which has made / will make perhaps the hardest job in helping the people I've ever seen live...

It was basic release news, but I give thanks for all Kunena Team and more... because I have been here to do this my own little notes/bug notifications/suggestions/translations for you/our all...

You should be read my previous post of the history of my from 2005-6... when I started this.... Maybe Matias translate that for you guys someday... long trip to this and believe all the time for better next ;) This time there is developer group first time, when I can think to trust seriously... This is still Open Source Project... as we all know that.



Sami/Mortti
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