The lawsuit alleges "widespread infringement and unlawful exploitation" of v Bulletin's source code and "equally damaging misappropriation of trade secrets" developed and owned by v Bulletin with "investments of millions of dollars over the last ten years." The lawsuit further alleges that the developers of Xen Foro Ltd.
In August, we announced a major overhaul of the code base.
Rather than targeting all of these changes in a single, long-term release, we intend to accomplish all the planned improvements over a number of versions.
However, as time progressed, it proved to be a complete rewrite.
Some of the key advantages over v Bulletin 2 are as follows: v Bulletin 3.6 introduced features such as the multi-quote system, the infractions system, the ability to automatically post threads and announcements from RSS feeds, and podcasting support.
Percival decided to step down as lead developer and product manager, turning his roles over to Kier Darby.
v Bulletin 3 was under development for nearly two years as it went from a mere improvement on v Bulletin 2 to a complete rewrite.
The release of v Bulletin 2 proved to be very successful and is what made v Bulletin popular.
In December 2002, v Bulletin 3 was beginning development.
When this version was released, it had numerous new features over v Bulletin 1, which it replaced.