Read more about the switch on our blog: https://blog.ipfire.org/post/the-new-ip ... ity-portal
Sadly that means that we have to say goodbye to this forum which has been causing us a lot of trouble over the past years and months. But with a goodbye comes an opportunity which we are now using to get a couple of things right and bring our community back into 2019... or 2020 almost.
So, here is the schedule for this forum:
- November 4th, 2019: We are disabling registrations on forum.ipfire.org. Please register for a new account at https://people.ipfire.org/register if you do not already have one
- November 11th, 2019: We will also disable creating new posts on that date. Please create any new posts on the new IPFire Community Portal after reading our guidelines
- From January 1st, 2020 you won't be able to log in any more or respond to any older posts. This forum remains online as an archive for knowledge all around IPFire.
- After January 1st, 2021, this forum will entirely disappear from the Internet