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Community to be kept alive?
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  • Last Edit: 2014-04-24, 05:48:57 by j7n

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Re: Community to be kept alive?
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Hah, for years I've been typing My Opera without a space. That's the answer (case insensitive).

http://dev.simplemachines.org/mantis/view.php?id=1601

Apparently multiple answers is supported in the next big upgrade.

Anyway, I thought I'd disabled validation for new users.  :-\

Edit: okay, I figured it out. There's separate settings for posting in the forum and for sending PMs.
  • Last Edit: 2013-11-20, 20:00:17 by Frenzie

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The forum works fine now  8)


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Hello, compadres!:D
It looks pretty nice here -- thanks to our ghost!;)

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Now we actually have to have a debate or discussion about something.
What would happen if a large asteroid slammed into the Earth?
According to several tests involving a watermelon and a large hammer, it would be really bad!

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We could discuss whether we should discuss something. ;)

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We could discuss whether we should discuss something. ;)

I support entirely this newbie's suggestion.  :)
A matter of attitude.

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The user formerly known as "thedawgfan" checking in.

Well done @Frenzie!

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 8) Good job! Nice digs.
  • Last Edit: 2013-11-22, 07:07:32 by Mandi

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File hosting alternatives in My Opera Feedback on MyOpera still doesn't even have any votes in the poll... ???

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What would happen if a large asteroid slammed into the Earth? According to several tests involving a watermelon and a large hammer, it would be really bad!

Rumors, rumors, rumors.

It's cold out there, so a watermelon would hold up nicely to a glancing blow.

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48 days

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Quote from: End of my.opera is near, where are the promised forums on main page?
digmed wrote:
"We're in the final stages of development of the new forums. We won't shut down My Opera without the new forums in place :-)"

http://my.opera.com/community/forums/findpost.pl?id=15139062

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How goes everyone's recruiting efforts thus far?

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Who cares? The DnD community is "An international discussion forum for debating everything under the sun and then some." If you don't believe me, read the header.

We've been known to discuss the multi-verse.

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Quote from: MyOpera
The My Opera forums are being replaced by our new forums. Starting February 26th, the My Opera forums will be in read-only mode. On March 3rd, they will be removed along with the rest of My Opera.
So...
You know what? Today is 24th, isn't it? Hence we'd better gather by the whole gang there on MyOpera tomorrow, to take The Final Party! Agreed????
  • Last Edit: 2014-02-24, 13:51:39 by Josh

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Quote from: End of my.opera is near, where are the promised forums on main page?
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@Andreas
I'm probably a bit slow. I don't quite understand what post-my.opera forums will entail. Do we still keep using our my.opera handle and record of contribution that has associated with it, ie number of posts and, even better, the content of posts? Or do we start from the scratch, signing up anew with no history of posting contribution?

As sgunhouse said, your username and password will remain the same. That's because your My Opera account is the same as an Opera account, which you can use to log into Opera Link, Dev Opera and Opera Add-ons.

We're still discussing if we want to keep My Opera post counts, or if we want to start from scratch. Due to the nature of the new forums system I imagine we'll need to start from scratch, but we've been discussing a "My Opera" badge for active My Opera forum contributors. This won't be in place for the first release of the new forums, though.

Most old posts won't be imported to the new forums. To avoid launching the new forums completely empty we'll be importing some content from the My Opera forums. If you have contributed to any of the imported forum threads, this record will be kept and associated with your account.

http://my.opera.com/community/forums/findpost.pl?id=15160532

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Most here j7n are drifters from the Opera Forum because it is going belly up. If one looks at the larger picture in fact it is easy to suss out part of the problem. Over time the number of actual participants had declined to a wee club and can be getting too close to being a selective few. There are those here who are hardly ever away from a keyboard and almost in love with it and others who just see it as a passing pastime. For me it isn't that desperate a need as I llive a life beyond the Net. So I wouldn't be too worried if you don't feel a fit in matter the world is a big oyster beyond here!
"Quit you like men:be strong"

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Of course you're right.

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. So I wouldn't be too worried if you don't feel a fit in matter the world is a big oyster beyond here!

Deep and meaningful

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Quote from: rjhowie on 2014-02-25, 04:41:52
. So I wouldn't be too worried if you don't feel a fit in matter the world is a big oyster beyond here!

Quote
Deep and meaningful

Full of insight, Tony, full of insight.

Anybody else here like oysters?

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Quote from: MyOpera
The My Opera forums are being replaced by our new forums. Starting February 26th, the My Opera forums will be in read-only mode.
Since that, I suppose there will be a bunch of "dead" days for those for whom this thread is set, or otherwise the new forums should start right away at the 27th.
Am I right?:right:

The new forums will be released on the 26th or 27th. The banner on top of the current forum pages will be updated and direct you to the new forums when they are in place.
http://my.opera.com/community/forums/findpost.pl?id=15164182

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I see no activity on MyOpera!  We're still capable of posting!
Don't you want to see the stop-watch?

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I missed that:)
So, what time was the stop-watch?

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Fun:
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The moderators of the ggg have, with regret, cut off all access to the inhabitants of the planet Deeandy.
:)