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    http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/roadmap.php

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    Roadmap (Coming Soon)
    The vBulletin 4 roadmap will set out our current long term plans for the vBulletin product.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by glennybee View Post
      Roadmap (Coming Soon)
      The vBulletin 4 roadmap will set out our current long term plans for the vBulletin product.
      wow!
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        Nice find !

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          There's a link on the homepage.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by glennybee View Post
            There's a link on the homepage.
            So there is . I don't visit the home page often.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by glennybee View Post
              There's a link on the homepage.
              *hint* a very small link *hint*

              Great FAQ!
              Originally Posted by Zachery
              John originally presented vBulletin to Infopop, they didn't take it, so he took it and sold it

              Originally Posted by Martin
              We had to do a lot of arm twisting to get him to do it, though. I would imagine he still hates us.

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              • #8
                Nice find Lenni!

                The two most important bits for me:

                Where do you see vBulletin after 2 years when 4.0 development cycles have been completed? Still a forum solution or a complete site solution which offers enterprise solutions to customers?

                The addition of CMS moves vBulletin a big step toward being a site-wide solution. Architecturally, vBulletin's 4.x series will move into an MVC framework, with cleaner object-orientation and more elegant relationships between components. 4.0 will include some small steps in this direction, but subsequent releases will introduce major rearchitecture. New architecture requires changing all kinds of things--everything from how we think about performance to how third party plug-ins are developed. Those aren't yet close enough to elaborate on, but we'll communicate well in advance.

                I hope the CMS is a powerful tool that will enable us to create almost any type of site we want (i.e. like Drupal) as opposed to being a simple static page CMS.

                Drupal is a robust, mature product, and it's not possible to match it feature-for-feature in our very first release of CMS. However, it will be more than simple static content management, and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised with the features we have included. Please remember that the first release is just the beginning, and if the features you want aren't there yet, they may appear in future releases if there is popular demand.
                I hope that's true (re the underlined bit) can't wait to hear more about the CMS!

                While I am still getting to grips with Drupal (in my spare time) I am now also considering learning CAKE PHP to code my own custom system - but really do hope the vB team get a good CMS product out there that lets us create any type of site we want (yes like Drupal - and I mean specifically the content types and taxonomy system, cck, panels and views).
                What's Special About Ruby on Rails?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Razasharp View Post
                  Nice find Lenni!

                  The two most important bits for me:



                  I hope that's true (re the underlined bit) can't wait to hear more about the CMS!

                  While I am still getting to grips with Drupal (in my spare time) I am now also considering learning CAKE PHP to code my own custom system - but really do hope the vB team get a good CMS product out there that lets us create any type of site we want (yes like Drupal - and I mean specifically the content types and taxonomy system, cck, panels and views).
                  Where are you seeing this? I just see a blank table.
                  Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dean C View Post
                    Where are you seeing this? I just see a blank table.
                    http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/

                    http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/faq.php

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                    • #11
                      http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/

                      http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/faq.php
                      What's Special About Ruby on Rails?

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                      • #12
                        *snap* @ MAD!!
                        What's Special About Ruby on Rails?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Razasharp View Post
                          *snap* @ MAD!!
                          Freaky how you posted the same 2 things in the same exact way at the same time as I did haha :P.

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                          • #14
                            Great minds think alike eh!
                            What's Special About Ruby on Rails?

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                            • #15
                              See thread: http://www.vbulletin.com/vbulletin4/

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