Slightly OT : forums
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Sun Jun 25 22:57:36 CDT 2006
Depending on the real need, a Wiki might work well. If so, the Wiki project
Andre Garzia showed off at RevCon West 2006 in Monterey last week might be
good enough or a great start.
On 6/24/06, Bill Marriott <wjm at wjm.org> wrote:
> It would be hard to rival the simplicity of using phpBB. Most cPanel-based
> hosting providers enable you to click a couple buttons and have the forum
> and running in less than 5 minutes. Plus, phpBB has a deep feature set,
> dozens of plug-ins for extra features, and an active support community.
> Customizing them often means learning a little PHP though. There are many
> options besides phpBB. (Everyone has their favorite forum software.)
> It might be more fun/rewarding to build your own forum software using the
> Rev CGI though :)
> "jbv" wrote:
> > One of clients (for whom I've already made a rather complex
> > website based on Rev cgi) wants a tool to set up and administrate
> > forums...
> > Having little experience in that field, I was wondering if it's worth
> > building something from scratch around Rev, or if it would simpler
> > to install some existing solution (probably open source)...
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