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  • MGM
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    Originally posted by Floris
    I think those posts would more say it would be a module which can be purchased aside vbulletin forum software. There has been no info released about the price for that isn't known.
    yea, I noticed that, I just got the idea from the posts that it would cost the same

    MGM out

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  • Ryan Ashbrook
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    Originally posted by Mikhailtech
    What's the difference between a portal and a CMS?
    A portal is a script that shows one or more pages of what the developer has installed on it. In which you cannot add any pages without modifying the script itself.

    A CMS (Content Management System) allows you to add pages (or content) to the script without needing to modify the script code.

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  • Floris
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    Originally posted by MetalGearMaster
    From what I've read in previous threads, the CMS would cost probably as much as vBulletin (give or take a few bucks), would integrate into vBulletin (obviously), and be sold as a seperate product (as in, if you own vBulletin, you don't get the CMS for free)

    MGM out
    I think those posts would more say it would be a module which can be purchased aside vbulletin forum software. There has been no info released about the price for that isn't known.

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  • Mikhailtech
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    Originally posted by Icheb
    PHPNuke is a portal, Jelsoft wants to release a CMS.
    What's the difference between a portal and a CMS?

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  • 0ptima
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    What is the Jelsoft team up to now?

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  • Icheb
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    PHPNuke is a portal, Jelsoft wants to release a CMS.

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  • adguru
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    Originally posted by Mikhailtech
    I think I saw a post about this somewhere but I can't remember. Does Jelsoft ever plan on making a content management system that ties in with VBulletin? I know there are unsupported versions (namely VB portal).
    Don't they have a wishliist somewhere. I sincerely hope that they don't make another Nuke but something like Mambo.

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  • Andrew111888
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    Originally posted by MetalGearMaster
    lmao, agreed... the wait was forever though Some people had been waiting about a year for the release

    MGM out
    Yeah, but begging and whining at the Developers won't do anything .

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  • MGM
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    lmao, agreed... the wait was forever though Some people had been waiting about a year for the release

    MGM out

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  • Andrew111888
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    I seriously hope they never give a time of release and just spring it on us one day.

    I remember the days leading up to vB3 all too vividly and I nearly murdered half the people I saw simply because "OMG I WANT VB3 OMG I DEMAND VB3" got real annoying after about three days.

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  • MGM
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    There's no official release date, and Jelsft hasn't even made it "official" that they're even working on a CMS... although we all know they are

    MGM out

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  • Icheb
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    When will it be out?
    Is it there yet?

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  • MGM
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    From what I've read in previous threads, the CMS would cost probably as much as vBulletin (give or take a few bucks), would integrate into vBulletin (obviously), and be sold as a seperate product (as in, if you own vBulletin, you don't get the CMS for free)

    MGM out

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  • Zachery
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    I would guess it would be rather the same as vBulletin is. This is purely a guess.

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  • Mikhailtech
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    I hope this isn't asking to divulge any sensitive information, but in regards to copyright, if/when there is a release of this CMS, do you think it would carry the same stringent copyrights as Vbulletin, or would it be relatively open source and free of charge (or with a minimal charge) like PHP-Nuke?

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