Nathan Codding and John Abela joined the development team after php BB's CVS repository was moved to Source Forge.net, and work on version 1.0.0 began.
A fully functional, pre-release version of php BB was made available in July.
It was recorded by a rotating group of php BB team members with occasional guests, and discussed a number of php BB-related topics, as well as answering questions e-mailed in from listeners.
However, the podcast only lasted for a few episodes and production ceased the following spring.
In February 2001, php BB 2.0.x began development entirely from scratch; the developer's ambitions for php BB had outgrown the original codebase. After a year of development and extensive testing, php BB 2.0.0, dubbed the "Super Furry" version, was released on April 4, 2002, three days later than intended.During the lifetime of the 1.x series, Bart van Bragt, Paul S.Owen (former co-manager of the project), Jonathan Haase and Frank Feingold joined the team.Infrastructure Software Application Development Application Servers Application Stacks Big Data Databases & Caching High Performance Computing Migration Network Infrastructure Operating Systems Security Storage & Backup Desktop Apps AP and Billing Application and Web Development Business Intelligence CAD and CAMGIS and Mapping Illustration and Design Media and Encoding Productivity and Collaboration Project Management Security/Storage/Archiving Utilities php BB image is secure, up-to-date, and pre-configured to work out of the box.php BB is a popular bulletin board that features robust messaging capabilities such as flat message structure, subforums, topic split/merge/lock, user groups, full-text search, and attachments.