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I would like to thank the open source development community for this fine website software. Although, for small fees, I could remove the "powered by" and "designed by" links at the bottoms of the pages, (in some cases for free) I will leave them for a time as I customize everything. This allows the search engines to recognize their back-links, which raises the value and relevance of projects people have spent years developing. They have kept these codes alive through years of corporate-giant driven, aggressive, "buyout/kill" practices. The social media giants now own and control the people who set the standards, and they change them at will... killing entire sections of open-source at a time. Any project they see as a threat is their target. (Anything that allows normal people to remain independent of them, they see as a threat.)

SIMPLE MACHINES FORUMS (SMF) is a forum package I have used for communities and even large corporate websites since 2006-07. When I first purchased the script for a client, I was amazed. Light, powerful, versatile and SIMPLE. In 2010 SMF became a non-profit organization. Developers from around the world now volunteer their time, and work together, to keep this open-source project alive (to spite those who would love to see freedom of speech and creativity die.) ANYONE can use these scripts to build a website for their community, for free. That is a beautiful thing.

If Gratitude is Grace, I guess I should show some more by saying: Thank Y'all! one more time.  ;D KEEP FREEDOM OF SPEECH FREE!

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