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
Now I understand the comic attitude from sozzled which I take personally... I thought it was for my country...
But seems if Kunena take for Finnish... it's FIREBOARD from google <-- you mean this in search results For Finnish Kunena and Google take that for English : FIREBOARD?
We have todo and ask changes for it from Google immediately!!! Matias, take you or I to contact? This have to handler ASAP.
It's FIREBOARD from google for Finnish traslations when someone do automatically conversion from google... this is serious thing already, misinformation, schedule for update information for Finnish in Google ASAP...
See: translate.google.fi/translate_t?q=Kunena...&tab=wT#fi|en|Kunena Paina Matias uudelleen nappia "Käännä" jos ei heti tule ilmi... sieltä ilmestyy Fireboard joka on yhtä kuin Kunena!
Sorry sozzled... my bad that I didn't understant the point of your in first, sorry...
Anyway... My point was to thank you all of you K-Team and others... look like we seen also some wrong information from google... have to talk with Matias and or to make my decision if Matias not answer.
I am SO GLAD I have found my last joomla forum. I love kunena. It addresses everything I've been complaining about in regards to integration for YEARS.
(now if I can just stop misspelling kunena.. )
Okay, as I said I used Agora Forum for almost a year-to-date. I had liked it, but never loved it. It lacked a few things that Kunena has like advanced froum statisitcs, a detailed userlist, a nice looking profile field at the top of the forums with my avatar embedded in the field, easy and multi-moderation areas, the profiles were very bland, and too many more things too list here.
Agora forums went commercial not too long ago, and went they went commercial you had to buy a liscence to get support even if you have been supporting them for many months by using and advertising their product, and their support forums were closed to general public. When this happened I knew it was time for a change. Also, Agora forum support (pre-commercial) was not so good, the people there were very friednly but took a week to respond sometimes and that got to be a pain when I needed sincere help. Your guys' support is top notch and you guys have very friendly attitudes and are very promt with you responses, I only waited a few hours for a response on all my support threds so far.
After I was done using Agora, I installed phpBB to my Joomla Db, and merged it over with Mehdi's phpBB3 bridge, and everything worked out good exept users would have to register at the site twice in order for my forum to officially count them as phpBB and Joomla users to share an account. Even though the guys compnent/bridge declared it would combined the users together on the same Db, it actually did not work that well.
I stumbled upon Kunena in Google under a website that was sharing the "Top 10 Joomla Extensions in the World". Kunena was (according too this website) the #1 rated Joomla/Forum software out there that was still free. And so far, after fiddeling around with the Admin Settings in my Joomla backeend, and adhusting settings that I needed help with from the Kunena team here at these forums. I got this forum looking and acting great.
It fits my site perfectly by means of visuals, integration, user friendliness, etc. I currently had 650+ members on my Agora forum, but since the free softwares code was so poorly written it got attracked by spammers almost every ten minutes. Eventually my site and its security got compromised and an intrusion happened (read more here ) and I had to re-install my site entirely from scratch, Db included in this intrusion meaning I could not keep my 600+ members and am now starting over.
Kunena made this process very easy, because I am a very picky man with my site, and it was very hard for me to figure our how my sites homepage weas too look, and I now use Kunena for my Joomla homepage because it is so inviting and visually stunning to my guests and members. I altered a bit of admin backend Kunena attributes like taking the login form out of the header, and installed my own inline login form, and it is working great!
Long story short is, thank you very much for Kunena you guys, and please keep up the great work. If you guys ever go commercial I would love it if you sent out a PM/Global Announcement to all members, so I can be ready and pay what you are asking. This is possibly the best forum software around. I even put it up there with the ever so dominant and great vBulletin.
Cheers from an ever so appreciative member and user of Kunena Forums.
Thank you very much for telling us your story and for your praise of Kunena. Kunena is a community-driven, open source project and we expect that it will always remain so and remain freely distributable and free of licensing costs. The Kunena project team listens to all feedback from the community but it is particularly rewarding to read stories like yours.
Your hard work and dedication are greatly appreciated, I hope you find cause to celebrate.
I would ask now that you begin studying for J1.8 in hopes that project slips in and out as easily as it possibly can. They are having a Joomla Fest in September, in Hamburg..
You folks deserve front row seats.. March on!.. and Thank you again!
Quietly optimistic at the moment.
Estacey2009 wrote: Your hard work and dedication are greatly appreciated, I hope you find cause to celebrate.
Will be travelling to the USA in about a month's time. That's my number one item on the agenda.
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