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Another minor update.

Contact information has been updated. You can access and edit these information by clicking on your avatar at the very top right corner, click on Profile and then hit the Edit Profile button.

 

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It is no longer possible to add tags, either custom or pre-defined, to topics in all Bug Tracker forums and TV boxes. Existing tags are kept.

Prefixes have been adjusted and fixed in those forums to fit actual needs and reduce uncontrolled growth.

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It is no longer possible to add tags, either custom or pre-defined, to topics in General Chit Chat and Feature Requests (already existing tags are kept). Latter received the option to add a "solved" prefix for fulfilled feature requests. Btw. if you want to see more "solved" prefixes  consider getting involved :beer:.

 

Announcements forums tags have been replaced with proper prefixes (the first page at least, older topics most likely nobody reads anyways :P)

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We added acronyms to the forums. Commonly used abbreviation like SoC are now marked and their meaning can be highlighted by simply moving the cursor over it.

If you do have ideas for missing acronyms feel free to comment here:

 

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Sub-Forums for Reviews, Tutorials and Hardware hacks have been merged into a new common forum which can be found here: https://forum.armbian.com/forum/40-reviews-tutorials-hardware-hacks/

Topics still can be divided by their prefixes. Some topics have been manually reviewed and processed as needed.

 

It is no longer possible to add tags, either custom or pre-defined, to topics in Common issues / peer to peer technical support. Topics can optionally be marked with a solved prefix if capable.

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