What forum software is used?
1956DeS
Posted 2012-08-18 10:49 AM (#335095)
Subject: What forum software is used?


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Hi, I'd like to know which forum software is used here, and is it free?
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safetymike77
Posted 2012-08-18 5:28 PM (#335144 - in reply to #335095)
Subject: Re: What forum software is used?



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Good question... Dave is about the only one that can answer that one I think....

I will second the fact that it is nice compared to some other sites I use.
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toddst
Posted 2012-08-18 6:08 PM (#335147 - in reply to #335095)
Subject: Re: What forum software is used?



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I'm not sure what Dave uses. I think it's custom. However I run my own forum using Activeboard. It's free and I've been really happy with it.
You can see it at www.canadianponcho.ca and www.2doorpost.com
Todd
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1956DeS
Posted 2012-08-18 7:16 PM (#335158 - in reply to #335095)
Subject: Re: What forum software is used?


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Thanks for the replies.
Often times, it is found at the very bottom of the page.
I've looked at simplemachines, vbulletin, phpBB®, and Tetra-WebBBS 6.11 ©
Going to look at Activeboard.
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Rebels-59
Posted 2012-08-18 8:11 PM (#335161 - in reply to #335095)
Subject: Re: What forum software is used?



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Unsure of what software is used here, But Dave has mentioned before it costs around $250 a Month to run this and Mail List,

He was looking in to changing to VBulletin If all the Threads / Posts can be transferred over.
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