[quote name='Lemos' timestamp='1339204724']
Looks great, but I read that "the application is limited in its ability to be translated". I run a brazilian board. Is it possible to translate Social Groups in AdminCP (or externally)?
The front end of the application should be fully translatable. If you find any strings which cannot be translated then you can report them and I will make them translatable.
Well then can't you generate a unique function each time a board is installed. Maybe a random string to map the characters in the alphabet to? This would definitely make ipb the most secure forum software password hashing wise.
What I think the ideal solution would to be having a function that "translates" the salt into something else before the hash is created. By default just do a rot13 or something but allow admins to define their own unique function so the hash will be of a string that isn't stored in the database but it will still be easily generated.
[quote name='Tule' timestamp='1332608390']
We installed this and it works great except when the group forums are created, nobody has permission to post in them. Is there a setting somewhere that we can fix this?
Yes, you need to make sure that you configure the permission grid in ACP -> Social Groups -> Settings -> Forum Permissions. You should fill this out like you would any other public forum.
In the future if you would post your support requests in the support topic (http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/337811-download-rsyvarth-social-groups/) you will get much more timely responses.
IPB posts security patches for all major security issues. Having a forum where all security issues are posted would be horrible since it would only take 1 user handing out that information for 1,000s of websites to be compromised.
They are releasing new mobile applications along with 3.3. I am pretty sure one of the reasons they reworked the application was so they they could reintroduce white-labeled applications. I would think that information about this will be coming out in the near future.