I've written a small article outlining a quick history of e107, seeing as it's one of the most frequant requests I get these days.I've written a small article outlining a quick history of e107, seeing as it's one of the most frequant requests I get these days. It's by no means a comprehensive look but a quick summary of e107's progress over the last couple of years, I apologize in advance if I've left out the names of some of the people who deserve to be mentioned, please gently remind me if I've made any glaring ommisions
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