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Move Forum to new Domain #707

ilexp opened this issue Dec 18, 2018 · 2 comments


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commented Dec 18, 2018


After the recent move from to in issue #700, the forum is the only place left on the old domain. Consider moving it to a subdomain as well.


  • Since the forum was, for the most part, superseded by the chat in active usage, this issue is flagged nice2have for now.
  • Moving could be done with an "as-is" approach where the databases and files are copied over to the new space and adjusted internally to match the new domain.
  • It could also be done with an entirely new phpbb installation where the old content is imported. However, the forum has custom changes all over the place, so more time might be needed for this than with a move only approach.
@ilexp ilexp added this to the General milestone Dec 18, 2018
@ilexp ilexp removed the Nice2Have label Jan 11, 2019

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commented Jan 11, 2019

Removed the Nice2Have label, as the current provider is planning to update the minimum PHP version from 5.6 to 7.0 on the server, which will break the current forum software. There is a rollback in place, which will stay active for the time being, but not indefinitely.

As similar issues could happen on the new provider as well, prefer going with a new installation with imported old content. Also consider using a more modern forum software instead of phpbb.


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commented Apr 17, 2019

Links of alternative forum software by @SirePi:

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