FMGS own Site

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Dan320
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Hello again!
Probably the right decision. There were a bunch of issues like mobile scaling and availability with the old forum.

Regards, Daniel

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I'm really happy about this, been a user a little while and "read only" on the old forum. Thanks for setting it up!

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Tcane
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Hello,

Thanks a lot and congratulation for/to your new Forum.
Unfortunately I and some other had problems with loading the page. It takes a very long loading time or in some cases a load time out error.

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Florian
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This slowness started today. Maybe some dns issues. Let's wait a few days to see how it goes...
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Jean Luc

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jeehell wrote:
Thu Jun 18, 2020 3:42 pm
This slowness started today. Maybe some dns issues. Let's wait a few days to see how it goes...
I have the suspicion that the slowdown comes from the serverknots blacklist blocking, checking the site for hazardious materials. I´ve got a long report from Norton yesterday evening which is blacklisting and blocking this site until further investigations of hazardous materials.

Of course we all know that´s not the fact but it seems there is a kind of oversensitivity about those things and i am sure, that the serverknots thru whose this site is recalled by all of us, are auditing every single call for this site. And even if their security is provided by Norton there will be a kind of blocking.

This is just suspicion, but may it´s a hint that someone may needs tell whoever person that this site is save. ;)
Bernd

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jeehell
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No it seems it was some caching feature in phpbb... Seems now better. Still monitoring that...
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Jean Luc

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Congratulations, very good decision having own forum 😉😉

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Congratulations on the new forum! :-)
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Post by Knoepflesdruecker »

Hello JL,

I like to express my appreciation to you for this step! After the bad flightx.net forum experience, that might hit lots of flightsim enthusiasts very hard, it is very nice to see that you're caring much better for your followers.
A big thank you once again for your countless hours of work, for your support and the money you are spending on this fantastic product!

As I haven't read about that anywhere before, is it possible to donate some euros on your work? I'm sure I'm not the only one that would show thankfulness in this way.

Best regards,
Marco
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