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  • #16
    I'm about to try out xoop. from what i've seen it's pretty aweXome.

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    • #17
      yea it is nice i will try it

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      • #18
        Subdreamer lite pro 2.2 is great, has its problems but worth a try.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by keizer
          wow lot of votes for vbulletin portal systems
          vBPortal and vBadvanced shouldn't be grouped. They are two different things (considering when you mean the nuke-based cms when referencing vBPortal).

          I have been working with Mambo for the past few weeks and I am getting really hooked on it. The integration is ok, I like its flexibility, it is lacking some features and a solid extension system and community.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by hellsatan
            ... vBadvanced has it's own Links and Gallery System now....
            vBa CMPS, vBa Gallery, and vBa Links are three unique products; somebody running vBa Gallery, for example, doesn't need vBa CMPS. "vBadvanced" is just the product name.
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            • #21
              I'm currently playing around with Drupal, looks promising.

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              • #22
                wouldn't vbadvanced be considered more as a Content Management/Portal System rather than just a pure portal system?
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                • #23
                  I am currently using Subdreamer. IMHO one of the best CMS you can get out there.

                  It is very stable, not a hack such as vBadvanced, it integrates itself easy with vBulletin (user etc. etc.) you can even use your current skin and subdreamer is able to adapt (when a certain plugin / skin is installed)

                  It was worth every Cent ..

                  My testboard to check it out : http://213.239.221.114/testforum

                  You can put your modules where ever you want, way too much to explain all features, but really , it is worth it ...
                  I'm not under the alkafluence of inkahol like some thinkle peep I am!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by hpwilhelm
                    I'm currently playing around with Drupal, looks promising.
                    http://drupal.org/node/25537 -- Doesn't look like they are exactly keen to the idea of vBulletin.
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by KW802
                      http://drupal.org/node/25537 -- Doesn't look like they are exactly keen to the idea of vBulletin.
                      I've worked with writing open-source software before, but reading that thread leads me to believe that Drupal has some of the most closed-minded developers on the planet.

                      It's one thing to not integrate OSS and commercial software if they may harm the product's adoption or land you in legal troubles, but it's another thing to deny integration features when A) the products are clearly complimentary B) Many users have requested it (OSS is, after all, about the users, right?) and C) It will benefit the project in the long run.

                      This comment (http://drupal.org/node/25537#comment-44195) just drives me nuts. I did some searches and check out what he said -- just over half of everything he's mentioned is either completely false, or has fatal interpretation errors (vBulletin costs $160 + $60/year? "forums work sufficient for developers using them"?). Once again, I'm going to reiterate that OSS is for users. Not developers. Just because a developer doesn't use such and such a feature doesn't mean it shouldn't be included. That's just plain stupid.

                      "As you seem unwilling to contribute work on improving Drupal forums yourself it seems you will be doomed to disapointment." Once again, that's a pretty dumb statement. Not everybody is a coder, and to that extent, not everybody can write code for a CMS.

                      That's my rant. Couldn't help but say something after reading that post.
                      :)

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Arunan
                        vBPortal and vBadvanced shouldn't be grouped. They are two different things (considering when you mean the nuke-based cms when referencing vBPortal).

                        I have been working with Mambo for the past few weeks and I am getting really hooked on it. The integration is ok, I like its flexibility, it is lacking some features and a solid extension system and community.
                        Sorry but something here needs correcting, and yes they should be seperated, bit late for that though as you couldnt know which votes counted for which system

                        vbPortal is a CMS with far more features and modules than i'v seen in the details for vbA, vbPortal however is not nuke based and hasnt been for a long time. Its completely its own code and its own CP that does however resemble vb default CP

                        If you just want a single portal page vbP is not for you, if you want a fully featured CMS that fully integrates with vb then vbPortal maybe what you need. There are some that say its got too much but if theres features in it you dont require, just disable them, they wont bloat your Db and are there for future use if the need arises.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by KW802
                          http://drupal.org/node/25537 -- Doesn't look like they are exactly keen to the idea of vBulletin.
                          Originally posted by DirectPixel
                          I've worked with writing open-source software before, but reading that thread leads me to believe that Drupal has some of the most closed-minded developers on the planet.
                          These are posts and opinions of some Drupal users, NOT the actual Drupal dev team. I've seen similar posts there by forum members in response to members who want to integrate phpBB, PunBB, IPB, etc. with Drupal. Sort of like hard core fans of a product, like your typical IPB vs. vB thread here and at IPB.

                          I have successfully integrated Drupal with vBulletin, and have got nothing but support from the Drupal dev team, and even interest in seeing it (vB Drupal) in action. I have also received some postive and some (initially) negative comments from Drupal users, which is about what you'd get from any forum discussion
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by tamarian
                            These are posts and opinions of some Drupal users....
                            Since Sepeck is part of the Drupal support team for the forums he is, in effect, representing Drupal.
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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by KW802
                              Since Sepeck is part of the Drupal support team for the forums he is, in effect, representing Drupal.
                              Who isn't part of the Druapl support team? I'll it takes to be aprt of the suport team is to click those fields on your profile. Go try it out, there are 1,00's who clicked that button. All I'm trying to say is that it's not an official stance, just personal opinions.
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                              • #30
                                Vbadvenced and Vbportal are very powerfull systems. Php-Nuke is good but it's got alot of bugs also, it's easy to hack becasue I used to allways get my site hacked but now I moved to vBulliten and I don't .

                                Vbadvenced and Vbportal - In my opinion

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