I have updated Apachebooster from 1.5 to 1.7 and now forum avatars giving 404 error. They are stored in the database. No problem in activity stream but forum side does not work.
Help is appreciated.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
I konw I dont get over here that often or as much as I like. But I have been practicing my drawing skills on GIMP and I have been making some artwork that can be used for Case Badges and/or Avatars. I thought I would share them with everyone here. You can view them all from my Picasa page.
I think the forum activity ranks as one of the highest in linux land at the moment :cool:I would put Arch and Ubuntu on a par but for a ,dare I say it ,'distrolet', crunchbang forum input is impressive.Keep up the good work :DPlus this has to be the friendliest forum I have experienced ;)
I’ve never been a fan of animated avatars on any service, let alone Twitter. I am an avid user of the web client, and I cannot stand seeing things flash before my eyes along with 140 characters, but maybe I’m just a jerk.
Twitter apparently didn’t like them either, and according to BuzzFeed, you can no longer use an animated GIF as an avatar on the service.
MeMaker is a simple open-source tool that allows you to create cool avatars to use in wherever you like, ie forums, facebook, twitter, chat room, image boards ... The package's size is very small but it has many options and features.
Visualization of Ubuntu-gr forum (forum.ubuntu-gr.org) activity from 12 May 2008 until 9 March 2010. Crated from data exported from bhpbb database and code_swarm software (http Dots represent topics. Posters are represented by their usernames. When a new post post is submitted it dot and poster are added at the canvas. The more people posting on [...]