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On Wed, 2011-11-30 at 15:16 +0100, Alexander Werner wrote:
Hi Christian, *,

Am 30.11.2011 um 03:08 schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
In both the phpBB as well in the JForum theme (no wonder, as JForum in
large parts just copies the phpBB theme) you got a "search this forum"

So I guess that point is covered, isn't it?

There should be a search box always available, not only just a search this forum box.


I would disagree - limiting the search to a given forum is useful -
there should always be a way to search the entire site, but when
browsing a specific board then a search limited to that board is

Along the same lines - when at a category page (so multiple boards are
now listed) the search should be limited to the boards in that category.


This is already available in the phpbb theme.
But these are theming details that can be considered later and should be simple to fix.

- OpenID would be nice to have, any idea how hard it would be to get a

If the one linked to in the other message works, then it shouldn't be
rather easy.

There might be the off chance of needing ldap for sso sometime in the future,
a quick google shows that jforum seems to support it.

as does phpBB, FUDForum

Vanilla Forum - I don't think so.


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