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Hi Florian et al,

Le 2012-08-20 05:57, Florian Effenberger a écrit :

Marc Paré wrote on 2012-08-20 09:33:
Is there a way to run our own Nabble server? If I remember correctly,
the use of Nabble was originally just a temporary thing until we got our
own forums up and running.

If this is the case, should we be looking instead at a forums (which we
have already done and chosen two forums to pick from -- phpBB or
jforum). Should we not spend our energy and $$$ on this instead?

we have been discussing this, indeed, but I don't remember the exact
outcome. IMHO, several forums had been tested, and we ended up with,
IIRC, jBulletin, or somesuch. But I don't know when/if that will be made
available, and whether that will support integration with our mailing

Christian Lohmaier was the one working on jBulletin, maybe he has more
details - I really lost plot on this. :/


You can pick up on the conversation here[1] for the 2 choices.

Prior to this we had a couple of people interested in managing the forums, few people were interested in moderating, but IMO, we would be able to find people for this for our user base. The final decision was put on hold till we got the online and working, which has been done.




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