Around that period, "Wo WMoonclaw01" became a worldwide reference as the most installed World of Warcraft php BB template (taking the place of "DGF_wow").
In June 2007, with the php BB 3 version, the template's name was change to "Wo WMoonclaw". One day, while we were joking on Team Speak, someone said something like "Hey why do we have to have the same forum as every other guilds out there ?
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Mirroring a php BB forum with wget can be a pain in the ass. The following assumes that you are using an up-to-date Wget, 1.14 or later, for WARC support and regex rejects.
Assuming that you want to crawl the forum as a random visitor, not logged in as a user.
So I've created a new theme "Wo WMaevah Empire" (which means "World of Warcraft template created by Maëvah for Empire" and nothing else) (for both php BB and EQdkp).
A few month later, we separated our ways and the theme is not an exclusivity for anymore.
To avoid getting a URL with a session ID in it, first grab any page and save the cookie you get: wget -m -np -w 1 -a BB3_$(date %Y%m%d)-e robots=off -nv --adjust-extension --convert-links --page-requisites --reject-regex='(\?
p=|&p=|mode=reply|view=|search.php)' --warc-file= BB3_$(date %Y%m%d) --warc-cdx --keep-session-cookies --load-cookies=COOKIEFILE BB3/ The reject-regex rules explained: ?p= and &p= only occur when linking to single posts.You are interested in the full threads so these would be redundant.About versioning: since some time, the first three numbers of Wo WMoonclaw/Wo WMaevah Empire version numbers are the copy of the php BB version they target.Regarding the last number: odd numbers (ex: 220.127.116.11) indicate a release that has be submitted to the php BB Styles Team and if you find it online here, it means that it has been validated.Some people asked me where they could get it, that's why I got the idea to make it widely available (around September 2005).