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    chrispadfield
    Senior Member

  • chrispadfield
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    being a limited company their revenue could well be public knowledge, you can probably get it from companies house www.companieshouse.gov.uk (i think but not sure) but i imagine you would have to pay to get the information.

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  • reveltaion456
    Senior Member

  • reveltaion456
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    Originally posted by eva2000
    easy

    early days = alot of question posts
    nowadays = alot of answers to questions

    right now.. bloody obvious post padding
    maybe i should try that....

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  • auto
    Senior Member

  • auto
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    Wayne, I am pretty sure we all know that no one is going to tell us the info here [at least I am] So all we are doing is speculating and having fun doing it

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  • Skeptical
    Senior Member

  • Skeptical
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    Yeah I asked John too. I said, "you must have 500,000 licenses sold right?" He says "Yeah right" softly.

    Now if he had said "I wish" my psychic mind would know it was under that amount. But since he said "yeah right" it must mean... WOW!!

    But then again, I might have asked the wrong John since I don't really remember his last name.

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  • Wayne Luke
    vBulletin Technical Support Lead

  • Wayne Luke
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    Jelsoft does know how many licenses there are, how many are sold a month and how much money is made.

    However discussing proprietary information of a private company in a public forum is not going to benefit anyone. So everyone will have to speculate while John and James finish up their swimming expedition.

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  • AnnaFan
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    Great discussion here! I think Jelsoft must know how many licensed are out there...

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  • George L
    Former vBulletin Support

  • George L
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    Originally posted by Kier
    And people wonder how eva managed to get over 5000 posts
    easy

    early days = alot of question posts
    nowadays = alot of answers to questions

    right now.. bloody obvious post padding

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  • Kier
    Former Lead Developer, vBulletin

  • Kier
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    And people wonder how eva managed to get over 5000 posts

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  • George L
    Former vBulletin Support

  • George L
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    Originally posted by tubedogg


    I wish I had a silk pillow...
    me too!

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  • George L
    Former vBulletin Support

  • George L
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    Originally posted by Kier
    We already have a competitor who does that for us hehehe
    LOL!

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  • George L
    Former vBulletin Support

  • George L
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Stuffed with algae and plankton at the moment
    yuk!

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  • SteppenWolf
    Senior Member

  • SteppenWolf
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    Re: 224,000 vB's out there?

    Originally posted by Zorg
    WOW!

    -----
    Google: Searched the web for "powered by vbulletin".

    Results: 224,000 listed
    You can add the 73 results from the google search "Edité par vBulletin" <- from our french translation

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  • Kier
    Former Lead Developer, vBulletin

  • Kier
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    We already have a competitor who does that for us hehehe

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  • tubedogg
    Senior Member

  • tubedogg
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Due to political pressures, this edition has been indefinitely suspended in favour of vB NTEE (non-terrestrial entity edition)...
    I think we should go with vB ME: no new features, break the features we currently have, and make it require more resources. That should be massively popular!

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  • tubedogg
    Senior Member

  • tubedogg
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    Originally posted by auto
    ...and slept on a silk pillow.
    I wish I had a silk pillow...

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