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Kunena 5.1.18 Released (30 Jun 2020)
The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.1.18 [K 5.1.18] 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.
It is important to note that the Kunena team does not have a standard, recommended or supported protocol for these ideas and that posting questions in this category may not receive advice from team members.
Solved Migrating from Ninjaboard to Kunena
We're trying to migrate from Ninjaboard 1.1 to Kunena 2.0. I checked out your documentation and searched your site, however I couldn't find any recent relevant information other than that it's planned in Kunena 2. Is there any recent development on a migrator for Ninjaboard to Kunena?
We have a very skilled developer on our team and we'd like to collaborate with Kunena's efforts in order to minimize our work, contribute to Kunena, and help out others with the same issue.
I went through this topic as I'm trying to migrate Ninjaboard to Kunena as well. This is mandatory in order to migrate my site to Joomla 3.3
I tried the standard Kunena importer, but it did not work (as reported by another user in this forum, www.kunena.org/forum/migrate-to-kunena/1...-0-3-to-kunena-2-0-4 )
As I read this post, I expected to find some OST changes in a github forks, but I did not find nothing. The code is the same as the packed Kunena Importer.
I modified a bit the ninjaboard importer (that is indeed marked as "experimental", so I expected some issues to arise) and uploaded on my fork in github.
Just a few changes improved a lot the importer, I hope it could help people in migrate from the dead Ninjaboard, which currently hold users to old joomla versions
volksman3 wrote: Please could you post instructions on how to use this?
unfortunately I wrote a guide in Italian and I think I'll not translate it in English... you can find it here:
I don't recommend to migrate from Ninjaboard 1.1 to Kunena 2.0 I did it by joomal extension and I lost all topics
Migration is not a simple task. Did you read carefully this topic? Did you backup your db before trying?
Migrating is mandatory as it is not possibile anymore to use a joomla 1.5 website
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