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    Default The Final Version of vB 3.8.11 Released

    On the 10th of this month, Paul M, the head admin at vBorg announced that the final version of vB 3.8.11 has been released (not a Beta), and he further stated:

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    I'm leaving IB, so I wont [officially] work on any 3.8.12, and I'm certain no one else will either.
    This version of vB allows you to run PHP 7.x (but not 7.2.x). My main experience is with vB 4.2.x, and I am in the process of upgrading all sites to the final version of vB 4.2.5, and running PHP 7 (which offers a significant performance boost and which I have been running ever since the first Beta of vB 4.2.5 came out).

    I just wanted to give the administration here a heads up on this.
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    Default Re: The Final Version of vB 3.8.11 Released

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    On the 10th of this month, Paul M, the head admin at vBorg announced that the final version of vB 3.8.11 has been released (not a Beta), and he further stated:

    Quote Paul M said
    I'm leaving IB, so I wont [officially] work on any 3.8.12, and I'm certain no one else will either.
    This version of vB allows you to run PHP 7.x (but not 7.2.x). My main experience is with vB 4.2.x, and I am in the process of upgrading all sites to the final version of vB 4.2.5, and running PHP 7 (which offers a significant performance boost and which I have been running ever since the first Beta of vB 4.2.5 came out).

    I just wanted to give the administration here a heads up on this.
    Thanks, that's very thoughtful of you.
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