ProBible Development Timeline

01.01.2019 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 650 Bible verses completed

09.01.2018 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 600 Bible verses completed

07.18.2018 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 555 Bible verses completed

05.25.2018 GDPR Compliance

05.23.2018 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 500 Bible verses completed

04.18.2018 Website redisgined with a completely new knowldge-base like design

04.10.2018 Archives down to only 27,000 emails to go through

04.04.2018 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 400 Bible verses completed

04.01.2018 Archives down to only 28,000 emails to go through

03.01.2018 Archives down to only 29,000 emails to go through

02.01.2018 Traditional weekly digest email of verses discussed was renewed

01.01.2018 Milestone: First full year of one verse daily publications completed

12.20.2017 Milestone: Greek discussion studies on 300 Bible verses completed

12.15.2017 Sorting through the original b-Greek mailing list archives completed

12.01.2017 One verse daily publication commenced

11.15.2017 Approximately 35,000 original emails were acquired from the original b-Greek mailing list

04.01.2017 ProBible Project recommitted to new technological development

11.15.2012 Appropriate follow up annual updates

11.15.2010 Original ProBible project released based on the b-Greek mailing list

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5 thoughts on “ProBible Development Timeline

  1. Dewayne Dulaney says:

    New to the forum and find it interesting. However, am wondering about your guidelines for writing Greek text. Do you require transliteration or also allow using Greek fonts? Also, do you allow theological discussion that is pertinent?
    Thank you, Dewayne Dulaney

    1. ProBible says:

      Some of these posts are 20+ years old when unicode was not a thing. Therefore they are transliterated. Nowadays you can post with symbol font or basic Greek font and it will be still readable.

  2. Dewayne Dulaney says:

    New to the forum and find it interesting. However, am wondering about your guidelines for writing Greek text. Do you require transliteration or also allow using Greek fonts? Also, do you allow theological discussion that is pertinent?
    Thank you, Dewayne Dulaney

    1. ProBible says:

      Some of these posts are 20+ years old when unicode was not a thing. Therefore they are transliterated. Nowadays you can post with symbol font or basic Greek font and it will be still readable.

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