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    What exactly was the point?


    One of the main reasons that site would change to vbulletin was an arch forum, as well as others, but since we have, there has only been 3 more forums added, why?

    It isn't really worth it.

    (not to start vbulletin vs phpbb again, even though phpbb is better )

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    It probably has something to do with our Site Admin being very very busy with other things. I imagine adding a new Arch section of the forum isn't high on his list of priorities.
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    No Arch section...ah rats! Just kidding, there is no need for one unless you want to of course.

    IIRC, the change was because phpBB had some limitations that could be fixed with vBulletin.

    Since the transition, everything seems to be working fairly well. Ultimately, it is Core Wizard's choice and since the forums still work, I feel there is nothing to complain about. With that said, you are free to say what you want (to a certain extent of course ).

    *EDIT* Name change...sorry Core Wizard I got you mixed up with CoreRoot.

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    Ah, thanks for the replies. I dont want one, I thought others did

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