To Allen & co. - THANK YOU!

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Hi all,

I've glanced through all of the threads on this new Warrior Forum, but I couldn't find one that said the only thing I wanted to say right now...and that is, "Thank you."

Moving a forum (especially from a custom ASP script to vBulletin) is a HUGE undertaking. I'm in awe of Allen & crew for getting it moved and up and running today.

I'm already enjoying many of the new forum features like pictures and reputation (which, I agree, will be much better than post stars.)

So, to Allen and all the others who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make the Warrior Forum even better for all of us -- THANK YOU.

#internet marketing #allen
  • Profile picture of the author pwebbiz
    Snitz isn't custom ASP.

    Heavily modified maybe - but not custom.
  • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
    Originally Posted by ericabiz View Post

    Hi all,

    I've glanced through all of the threads on this new Warrior Forum, but I couldn't find one that said the only thing I wanted to say right now...and that is, "Thank you."


    Thanks Erica for getting us in the right mental state. We are looking at as state-of-the-art forum software as it can get (for today, anyhow). KUDOS to the Warrior Workers and the head Monkey God himself. Well done ladies and gentlemen. Well done.

    Thanks for the time and effort you put into this it is appreciated, even if some of us forget to mention it. THANKS!


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