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Hi

You forum looks like phpBB and you tolk in some message what you got theme for phpBB.

Is this only one what you got from phpBB? Not a program logic and not DB structure?

Can you contact with phpBB team and confirm what your BSD license is clean?

Serge Maslyukov
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I used subblue as start and the db schema.

The guys from phpbb already contacted me about licesing and stuff, and the next version will give explicity credits to the phpbb developers.

Rafael
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Rafael Steil wrote:I used subblue as start and the db schema.

The guys from phpbb already contacted me about licesing and stuff, and the next version will give explicity credits to the phpbb developers.

Rafael



Whether you mean, that you change the license from BSD up to GPL (license type of phpBB)?
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No, JForum will always be BSD.

Rafael
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