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JavaRanch/CodeRanch made a fork of jforum.net "pure" JForum. We've written a number of articles on the topic including:


  • About our migration from the old software to JForum
  • Interview about our yearlong process to move
  • How we migrated our data to JForum
  • Ernest's humorous description of the migration
  • Solving a threading problem that turns out to be an issue in the pure JForum source as well.
  • Writing integration tests for JForum
  • Public announcement of the impending transition


  • We've also tried to release a significant feature each year on January 3rd - Jumping JForum Day. Other features get released throughout the year.
    YearFeaturesAnnouncement thread
    2021None (due to pandemic)thread
    2020Merit badgeshere
    2019Cow poll enhancements and git migrationhere
    2018New user profile and scavenger hunthere
    2017Custom dashboards for category and forum list view and thread boost featurehere
    2016Wiki now integrated into site, beta view becomes primary view and PIEhere
    2015Cow polls and advertiser listhere
    2014Rattlesnake Pit, Flags, Beta Look and Feel take twohere
    2013Cows, Beta Look and Feel, Multi Forum Supporthere
    2012More like this and show which threads viewedhere
    2011bumper stickers, blackbeltfactory and other user personalizationshere
    2010mobile sitehere
    2009Initial migrationhere



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