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  • What is the "v" in vbulletin?

    what does it stand for?
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    Very good, actually i forget, im pretty tired.
    I know what the bulletin stands for
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    • #3
      Nothing. It's only there because it looks "cool".
      You're spending millions of dollars on a website?!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by simsim View Post
        Nothing. It's only there because it looks "cool".
        Yes, that is exactly it. Jelsoft's logo designers dictate the name of their product.


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        • #5
          Plus it makes a great marketing brand.

          I think there was another thread awhile back where someone asked. You can use the board's search function to help find it.

          Originally posted by adb22791 View Post
          Yes, that is exactly it. Jelsoft's logo designers dictate the name of their product.


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          • #6
            V for Vendetta. Stands for justice. Outstanding performance and efficiency for the right price.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by CSS59 View Post
              what does it stand for?
              There are several theories. According to Jelsoft, it officially stands for nothing, although others claim that it stands for "virtual," since vB was first designed for VBWorld, while still others claim that it came about from incrementing "u" by one, since vB was originally a PHP-based vesion of UBB.
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              • #8
                3's the magic number.

                I always thought the V stood for Virtual.

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                • #9
                  Any of those explanations given by Quillz above are valid, but in truth the 'v' of vBulletin is just there because it's cool.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Kier View Post
                    Any of those explanations given by Quillz above are valid, but in truth the 'v' of vBulletin is just there because it's cool.
                    Ahh , so my theory on it standing for Vicariously is pretty much shot...
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