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The TSMF Team
The Joomlaboard development team consists of:
Jan de Graaff (also Project Admin), Tomislav Ribicic, Arno Zijlstra, Niels Vandekeybus, Iosif Chatzimichail, Jon Langevin, Kathy Strickland and Thomas Despoix.

What is boardcode?
Boardcode are special tags that will allow you to format your messages. Currently, Joomlaboard supports links, bold, italic, bold, "quoted" text, img, size, list and colored text. The tags are used as follows:

[b]Bold[/b] will produce Bold

[i]Italic[/b] will produce Italic

[u]Underline[/u] will produce Underline

[size=4]Size[/size] will produce Size

[color=#FF0000]Red[/color] will produce Red

[img=150]link to image[/img] will produce a image with a width off 150 pixels.
Please remember you can go to a maximum width of 499 pixels.

[ul][li]item 1[/li][/ul] will produce an unordered list, but please keep in mind you'll have to insert
the [li][/li] tags around the list items. See example below.

[ul][li]item 1[/li]
[li]item 2[/li]
[li]item 3[/li][/ul]
  • item 1
  • item 2
  • item 3
The [ol] tag will produce a similar list, but ordered (with numbers):
[ol][li]item 1[/li]
[li]item 2[/li]
[li]item 3[/li][/ol]
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
  3. item 3
[url]http://www.yahoo.com[/url] will produce http://www.yahoo.com

[url=http://www.yahoo.com]Yahoo![/url] will produce Yahoo!

[quote]Quote[/quote] will produce
Quote

[code]some code here[/code] will produce
Code:
//Some code here
while ($adversary=='Neo')
{
   fork(agent_Smith);
}
About the Forum Component (for Mos 4.5+)
This forum is based on the Joomlaboard Forum originally written by Josh Levine.
It has been extended, enhanced and integrated as a component into Mambo Open Source and Joomla! by Jan de Graaff an dthe TSMF team.

Please visit the home of the Forum Component at the Two Shoes M-Factory website.

Special Thanks:
Toni Br鋘nlund::For helping me out with the Two Shoes Module Factory website.
Phil Taylor::For helping me out with some of the basics of component writing.
Andrew Eddie::For giving me a jumpstart on rewriting the Admin Area as a MOS compliant backend.
Andrew Fletcher::For helping me out with the Review code and the Language Support.
Dave McDonnell::For helping us out with the Safe Mode problems we had.
Jick::For giving a great start on the Discuss Mosbot.
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