New forums and wiki

As you might have already noticed we changed the hosting for our wiki as well as the forums. Especially if our previous forums hosted at SourceForge gave you trouble or the slow loading when editing the wiki made you sad this is the time to take another look.

You can find the forums on . The wiki as usual can be reached via .

While old wiki URLs will keep working and are redirected to the new one we recommend updating any links/bookmarks you might have to prevent any breakage in the future. The contents of the old phpBB SF forums were transferred to the new one. If you had an account on these forums you can use password recovery to re-claim your account. Make sure to pay attention to the instructions mentioned on the recovery page. This content and account transfer wasn’t possible for the basic SF discussion forums. We decided to turn those read-only to keep the information they contain accessible.

While we were at it we gave the forum a new look and thanks to a generous open source sponsorship by forum as well as the wiki are now behind a CDN and should feel snappy like never before.

We hope you like these changes and are looking forward to seeing you in the forums.

The Mumble Team

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2 Responses to New forums and wiki

  1. DSChecker says:

    Please double check your digital signature for this file:

    Digital signature information:
    One of the countersignatures is not valid. The file may have been altered.

    No problem with this file:

    Digital signature information:
    This digital signature is OK.

    Please consider this: one more time together with encrypted connection for sure. It could be at least something for unexpectable cases like this one.

    • mkrautz says:

      Thanks for the report.

      In addition to the Authenticode signature, you can also use the PGP signature that we publish alongside all our builds:

      I believe the issue you’re seeing here is a bug in osslsigncode, which we use to sign our Windows build products. I believe osslsigncode doesn’t verify the timestamp signatures it fetches. This means that it can embed invalid timestamps into the final signature of the thing being signed. I will look into it.

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