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    Default Expression Engine Developer, Tim Mahoney, Saved Our Lost Forum Pictures

    Last year, when we migrated the forum from Expression Engine to vBulletin, we lost a few thousand images that had been posted in various forum threads. It was heartbreaking. I thought the pictures were lost forever.

    Great news - Tim Mahoney from eevloution was able to restore the lost images.

    This means, the porn convention pics are back, the hostess pics are back, the cats and dogs pics are back, and thousand more.

    Along with being a woderful guy to work with, Tim Mahoney is a real professional, when it comes to Expression Engine and managing large sites. He is also a master at url rewriting, server administration, and database optimization,

    I only recommend a few developers, and I am proud to add Tim to the list. Here is a link to his site - EEvolution | ExpressionEngine Development

    We also need to give a shout our very own, Michael Miller, for helping Tim reverse engineer the Impex code.

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    Good to know! Geeks to the rescue! Thanks Tim and Michael for helping out.

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    Yay! My drowned car photo will be back on the flood post! It was the first photo I ever posted

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    Default Re: Expression Engine Developer, Tim Mahoney, Saved Our Lost Forum Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Maria de los Angeles View Post
    Good to know! Geeks to the rescue! Thanks Tim and Michael for helping out.
    All credit to Tim! In fact I was initially told by the software only a couple hundred and Tim discovered the slip-up from the migration disclosing to us that in fact, it was in the thousands . Tim quickly reverse engineered code to fix the missing images and truth be told I only supplied a file for him to understand how the initial process went down therefor it was Tim all around the board and recently few have impressed me not saying that in any other way than bravo .

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