Support => cpg1.6.x Support => cpg1.6 miscellaneous => Topic started by: Michael Martin on February 25, 2018, 07:40:38 pm

Title: Thank You!
Post by: Michael Martin on February 25, 2018, 07:40:38 pm
Not a support message as such, so apologies if this shouldn't be posted here, but I've just upgraded my gallery to 1.6 for the PHP7 support and it went off like a charm.

I first set up this gallery near 12 years ago and have upgraded it quite a few times over the years. It hit me this time quite how long it's been running for though, so wanted to just post a thank you to the devs here that have kept it going over the years. It's really appreciated that you've made this all possible, and pretty amazing how long you've kept it going!  :D
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: café on June 07, 2018, 10:08:20 pm
I'll second that thank you. Only my second day using it and i think it's excellent. Devs, please continue the good work!
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: Phill Luckhurst on June 08, 2018, 09:30:26 am
Thanks to the dedication of just a few people left that it has come this far. I too would like to thank those who have given so much time on this project.
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: FrA1l3 on September 20, 2018, 12:16:22 am
This is the best thread in a long time!

I am also going to thank you, I met Coppermine back in 2010 and here I am 8 years later with you.
Thank you very much to all the colleagues who selflessly help us and develop new versions of this software.

You are amazing guys!  ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: scohen125 on December 08, 2018, 04:08:24 pm
I am very very grateful to everone who developed this package.  I put up about 8 years ago and it has had 1.5 millions visitors.  Images have been used for teaching all over the world.  I am so glad I set this website up using coppermine.  The development team has helped me over the years with several customizations and occasional snags.  Sometimes I have used paid development and the prices have always been extremely low.

Happy Holidays and thanks you very much.
Steven Cohen

Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: Blumenkind on February 13, 2019, 10:32:13 pm
Also a happy user here who used Coppermine Gallery since version 1.3.4 for many, many years now. It always worked like a charm and also all updates worked flawless. A very big THANK YOU to all developers who made this possible.

Today i updated from 1.5.46 to 1.6.05 to be able to switch over to PHP 7 on my CentOS based server and this worked flawless as well. :-) Only an unsupported plugin needed some care, but i found the solution in this forum as well to fix it by myself.

I hope that maintenance goes on also in the future, so this great piece of software can deliver countless nice pictures and photos to visitors in the known, user friendly way it always did.
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: nowordneeded on March 27, 2019, 03:14:14 am
I want to extend my gratitude to the creators of Coppermine and all those who have contributed and continue to contribute to make this gallery creating script such a success. All the ones who contribute to help us laypeople solve our problems, I thank you.

Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: jksobonya on April 02, 2019, 10:15:42 pm
I agree, cheers to everyone! I have been using Coppermine since 2007 and I have always found these forums incredibly informative. Thanks to all of you!

Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: theqe2story on April 06, 2019, 07:59:47 pm
I agree 100%.

Thank you.
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: sindbad5 on May 14, 2019, 12:10:38 pm
Yes, thank you!
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: littbarski on February 19, 2021, 01:56:19 pm
I also would like to thank anybody who was at the beginning and development of Coppermine, until today. This is a great software, I like especially the possibility to make many custom adaptions like the look & feel (themes) and so on. So thank you!
Title: Re: Thank You!
Post by: nootkan on December 31, 2021, 06:57:39 pm
I would also like to extend my thanks and appreciation for all the hard work that the developers and the community does to keep this great script running.  I've been using it since 2000 and played around with it before that.  Way to go everyone!