PF Library is closing

  1. Greg Bernhardt

    Staff: Admin

    The PF Library has been a success by offering dozens of material to curious visitors! We thank everyone who has participated. Over the next several months PF will be planning to migrate to a new software platform and thus the Library will no longer be compatible. We plan on moving all PF Library content to the Physics and Math FAQs for future reference.

    Physics Library Items
    https://www.physicsforums.com/forums/physics-faq.209/

    Math Library Items
    https://www.physicsforums.com/forums/math-faq.207/

    * Nearly all the entries lost the creator information. So if you want recognition please let me know which entries you wrote. Thanks!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2015
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  3. phinds

    phinds 8,126
    Gold Member

    A NEW PLATFORM ??? ... AAARRRRGGGHHH ... it will be the end of the world as we know it !!! Well, OK, maybe only for a day or two, but still ... :smile:
     
  4. Greg Bernhardt

    Staff: Admin

    Well the cat is out of the bag :) I'll post more on that in the coming months. PF 5.0 is going to rock!

    btw, pardon the dust and extra new thread notices as we transfer the data to the FAQs.
     
  5. Yeah like the other changes that happened here in more than 10 years.

    It's a pity I didn't printscreen all the different layers PF has had over the years.
     
  6. Greg Bernhardt

    Staff: Admin

  7. Schlimbesserung
     
  8. Astronuc

    Staff: Mentor

    When I started at PF, the Nuclear Engineering forum had 27 threads and 380 posts (from Wayback).

    Now the NE forum has over 1520 threads, and I don't know how many posts.
     
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