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Off-topic / Re: My Journey with Wedge.
forumovod « on August 30th, 05:07 AM »
I'm not a programmer or a mod developer. I have a desire to find a modern forum engine for migrating from SMF 2.0 because release 2.1 has stopped in development.
But I don't want to migrate to another forum engine that has also stopped developing as SMF 2.1

I liked the Russian translation of your forum engine description here:

"Wedge, the first modification of the original SMF forum, is an alternative for fans of not just forums, but all-in-one blogs.

Enhanced security, UTF8 support, and out-of-the-box add-ons. Instead of modifications, Wedge uses the term "plugin". Plug-ins are enabled and disabled with a single button."
Off-topic / Re: My Journey with Wedge.
Nao « on August 29th, 12:38 PM »
Yes it's still alive in the sense that if you can get in touch with me (e.g. or Steam account), I can fix bugs as reported.
It's no longer alive as in 'I'm not going to add new major features to the software', and probably no minor features either. This is the users' job, I guess: the plugin system is really solid, it's very easy to port SMF 2.x mods to Wedge, and Wedge-only mods are way funnier to build (because they work on cached versions of the files, so you can for instance re-download a clean copy of a base file, modify it yourself, and the mods will still be applied to them as soon as you upload the file to your server.)

I don't know about 7.2 compatibility, but this is the kind of thing that I tend to update Wedge for.
I know I should release an 'official' version 1.0, and perhaps even finally change the license to MIT overall (it's been my intention for a few years now), but given that it's not a generally well known forum package, it seems like it'd be a waste of time. I don't know. Do you?