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  • 10:18, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 12171 of page MediaWiki:Sidebar patrolled
  • 10:16, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Deutsch:Erstellen von Modulen (content was: "== Einleitung == In phpBB3 kannst du eigene Module für den Benutzer, Moderator und für den Administration Control Panel (Administrations..." (and the only contributor was "Mahoney"))
  • 10:16, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Umil.Umil overview (content was: "Wiki page describing UMIL (Unified MOD Installation Library) and how to use it. <br/> * [http://www.phpbb.com/mods/umil/ phpBB.com UMIL Page] * [http://github.com/phpbb/umil UMIL Repository] * [http://www.phpbb.com/customise/db/official_...")
  • 10:16, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Olympus for phpBB2 users (content was: "Looking for something you know in phpBB2 but can't find in Olympus? See if you can find it here - there's not much yet, but of course you can add things that you stumble about. {| border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="5" ! phpBB2 Code...")
  • 10:15, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Creating modules (content was: "==Introduction== In phpBB3 you can create your own modules for the User, Moderator and Administration Control Panel. This approach has many advantages over creating the complete page from scratch as described in Add...")
  • 10:14, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Database Abstraction Layer (content was: "phpBB Olympus uses a '''d'''ata'''b'''ase '''a'''bstraction '''l'''ayer to access the database instead of directly calling e.g. php:mysql_query functions. You usually access the DBAL using the global variable $db. This variable is de...")
  • 10:14, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Package Names (content was: "pl:Nazwy paczek The following packages are defined, when creating new pages for a specific section, use the package name in the header of the new file. The package names are bold within this list: * '''phpBB3''' -...")
  • 10:13, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Version Numbering (content was: "==Versioning Schemes== phpBB employs a versioning scheme which is very common in the software industry. It is a scheme in which different major releases of the software each receive a unique numerical identifier. This is typically expres...")
  • 10:13, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page PhpBB3.1 (content was: "phpBB 3.1, codename Ascraeus, is the next major feature release in the phpBB 3.x line. == Requirements == Most of the system requirements are the same as 3.0.x. The most notable change is that PHP >= 5.3.3 is now required. Newer version...")
  • 10:12, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Event (content was: "#redirect Category:Events and Listeners")
  • 10:12, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Hooks (content was: "#REDIRECT Category:Events and Listeners")
  • 10:11, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Ledges (content was: "#REDIRECT Category:Events and Listeners")
  • 10:11, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Listener (content was: "#redirect Category:Events and Listeners")
  • 10:11, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Category:Events and Listeners (content was: "This documentation has been moved to the new phpBB Development Documentation. [https://area51.phpbb.com/docs/dev/31x/extensions/tutorial_events.html Extensions: Tutorial: Events and Listeners].")
  • 10:11, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Category:Extensions (content was: "This documentation has been moved to the new phpBB Development Documentation. [https://area51.phpbb.com/docs/dev/31x/extensions/index.html Extensions].")
  • 10:11, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page PhpBB3.1/RFC (content was: "This page lists RFCs that are currently being worked on or have been completed. If you want to create a new RFC please create a page with the name phpBB3.1/RFC/<name of RFC> enter it into this list and create a topic on area51 for its di...")
  • 10:10, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 12166 of page MediaWiki:Sidebar patrolled
  • 10:09, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Category:Desired Behaviour (content was: "This is a list of articles that describe how certain features currently work and what the desired behaviour for them would be." (and the only contributor was "Naderman"))
  • 10:09, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Topic-Post Approval (content was: "Topics/Posts when created may require approval by a moderator. ==Permissions== ===Can Post Without Approval=== Whether the post requires approval depends on the result of the poster's '''Can post without approval''' permissions. The re...")
  • 10:09, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Subscriptions/Bookmarks (content was: "Subscription/Bookmark behavior === 3.0 === Splitting a topic results in subscriptions/bookmarks being kept for the original topic.<br /> <br /> Forking a t..." (and the only contributor was "Exreaction"))
  • 10:09, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Inactive Users (content was: "There are different reasons why phpBB considers some people inactive in some way and restricts the board functionality available to them, how other members can interact with them and how their information is accessible. It would general...")
  • 10:08, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Bots (content was: "Bots are phpBB users which are used for web crawlers (such as Google Search) in order to list them with their name in the "who is online" section and more. However the users are treated in other ways. == Receiving Private Messages == ==...")
  • 10:08, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Sub-Project Contribution Guidelines (content was: "These guidelines apply to all sub-projects of phpBB. They explain how to interact with the git repos used for these projects. * Projects should be '''hosted..." (and the only contributor was "Noxwizard"))
  • 10:08, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Coding guidelines (content was: "de:Coding guidelines Category:Development [https://area51.phpbb.com/docs/dev/master/development/coding_guidelines.html phpBB Development Documentation: Coding Guidelines]. These documents are automatically updated when changes...")
  • 10:08, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Getting Started (content was: "= Obtaining phpBB Source Code = There are several versions to choose from. Latest stable version of phpBB can be found on the [http://www.phpbb.com/downloads/ Download page]. When a new version is close to being finished, release cand...")
  • 10:07, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page Git (content was: "This documentation has been moved. [https://area51.phpbb.com/docs/dev/31x/development/git.html phpBB Development Documentation: Git].")
  • 10:03, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 12161 of page MediaWiki:Sidebar patrolled
  • 10:02, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page PhpBB4/RFC (content was: "This page lists RFCs that are currently being worked on or have been completed. If you want to create a new RFC please create a page with the name phpBB4/RFC/<name of RFC> enter it into this list and create a topic on area51 for its disc...")
  • 10:01, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page PhpBB4/Architecture (content was: "phpBB4's core consists of a set of components that provide a set of services. For example the Session Component contains the SessionStorage service. Services ar..." (and the only contributor was "Naderman"))
  • 10:01, 27 March 2020 Paul (Talk | contribs) deleted page PhpBB4/Programming (content was: "== Goals == * Scalability (especially running across board on multiple servers) * Easy integration (wrapping) into third party software (e.g. CMS) * High quality code * No need for code changes in MODs/Extensions anymore * Building on e...")