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    hypedave
    Senior Member

  • hypedave
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    well guys if you search around here like i did
    you will find some info like new features etc.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...5&pagenumber=1

    yeah it took me like 1hr, jus do a search for the key guys

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  • Floris
    Senior Member

  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Nafae
    Yes yes yes this is all fine and dandy, but what about a screenshot? I would give every dev a personal :kiss: emoticon if you could just release some nice screenshots for me to drool over! (And unlike the CMS I would prefer they not come with a price tag -Ill probably buy the CMS even though I don't have a site to use it on, just for ~s and giggles)
    The screenshot will give away all the other new fun stuff that is going on ..


    Maybe they didn't even start coding it yet, because they are focussing on vB3 first

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  • Nafae
    Senior Member

  • Nafae
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    Yes yes yes this is all fine and dandy, but what about a screenshot? I would give every dev a personal :kiss: emoticon if you could just release some nice screenshots for me to drool over! (And unlike the CMS I would prefer they not come with a price tag -Ill probably buy the CMS even though I don't have a site to use it on, just for ~s and giggles)

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  • Kier
    Former Lead Developer, vBulletin

  • Kier
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    Like I said, I'm not the person to talk to about pricing.

    A price will be set later on in development.

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  • XiXora
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  • XiXora
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    what about a discount for the first month. like 10% or summin i suppose that'll keep the ones who want it happy?

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  • Kier
    Former Lead Developer, vBulletin

  • Kier
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    Yes I read your post.

    Pricing isn't my department, but as far as I can see, we would want to offer a discount as an incentive to new customers to buy the CMS system, and we would also want to offer a discount to exisiting customers who want it.

    So that leaves - no one. Therefore, the idea of a discount seems rather ridiculous.

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  • Fusion
    Senior Member

  • Fusion
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Not sure what you are getting at here... the CMS is a vBulletin Plug-in, so people who don't have vBulletin can't use it in the first place...
    Kier, did you even read the entire sentence? It was in regards to bundles for new customers vs us other sheep.

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  • Joe Gronlund
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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Kier
    Not sure what you are getting at here... the CMS is a vBulletin Plug-in, so people who don't have vBulletin can't use it in the first place...
    can you give us a price range at all?? like less than 50 US ? and will that be a one time fee?

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  • Kier
    Former Lead Developer, vBulletin

  • Kier
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    Originally posted by Fusion
    That said, I do expect some sort of "loyalist" discount for existing customers
    Not sure what you are getting at here... the CMS is a vBulletin Plug-in, so people who don't have vBulletin can't use it in the first place...

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  • Russell
    Senior Member

  • Russell
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    Like I said, if I need the CMS, I'll fork out the cash, not debating that at all.. I'm quite certain it will be worth the cash for people who need it.. some of us won't, and thus, won't need to worry about the extra bloat or options in our vBulletin

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  • Floris
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  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Russell
    Ok ok, that's enough posts on this.. .just found it humorous that it was being compared to that.

    And, no need to respond, but.. iPhoto - Paint.. I think not my pokey little puppies. iMovie - Windows movie maker, not a chance. iTunes - WMP.. yeah, possibly... ok, yeah..., but iDVD? Tell me that's not a classy program for free?

    Anyways... ending the food for thought replies now

    Everyone smile, and look at PalmOS for a few hours now...
    No matter what, if you want CMS, you just make sure you get the cash buddy

    Little puppy ? .. ok, *****!!

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  • Russell
    Senior Member

  • Russell
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    Ok ok, that's enough posts on this.. .just found it humorous that it was being compared to that.

    And, no need to respond, but.. iPhoto - Paint.. I think not my pokey little puppies. iMovie - Windows movie maker, not a chance. iTunes - WMP.. yeah, possibly... ok, yeah..., but iDVD? Tell me that's not a classy program for free?

    Anyways... ending the food for thought replies now

    Everyone smile, and look at PalmOS for a few hours now...

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  • tubedogg
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  • tubedogg
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    Not to drag this too far off-topic but iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto, etc. are "middleware"...that is, they come with the OS but perform functions that can be performed by third-party software and are not as ingratiated into the system as, say, the registry.

    Applying this back to Windows...
    iTunes = Windows Media Player (WiMP)
    iMovie = Windows Movie Maker
    iPhoto = Paint

    OS X doesn't come with a productivity/office application suite. OS X doesn't come with a money management program. Etc. etc. etc.

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  • Floris
    Senior Member

  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Russell
    OK.... I have no problem with Jelsoft charging for the CMS, because frankly, there will STILL Be free ones out there that work perfectly fine with vBulletin. Just like if you don't want to pay for your forums, you can go get some free crap that doesn't work well.

    So Jellsoft, feel free to charge for your CMS, just don't let it slow down your vBulletin development, because that's basically why we're all here now.

    ANd... just for the record :


    Hmmm, like Apple computers.. .where you get OS X, iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto, iDVD etc. etc.. etc.. and don't bash me, I'm not a hardcore Mac user, just pointing out something mildly amusing which I found whilst reading that...
    Do not even go there :_)
    WinXP also comes with a wordpad & paint program,
    calculator and disk tools,
    movie maker and movie watcher,
    etc.

    It is where you decide to use more then the average, like an office suite, you can't expect ms to give this for free to all winXP users .. ? its a seperate product, so you pay seperate for it.

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  • Russell
    Senior Member

  • Russell
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    OK.... I have no problem with Jelsoft charging for the CMS, because frankly, there will STILL Be free ones out there that work perfectly fine with vBulletin. Just like if you don't want to pay for your forums, you can go get some free crap that doesn't work well.

    So Jellsoft, feel free to charge for your CMS, just don't let it slow down your vBulletin development, because that's basically why we're all here now.

    ANd... just for the record :
    By this logic then once you've paid for Windows you should automatically get all other Microsoft products for free, i.e., Microsoft Office, MS Money, etc.
    Hmmm, like Apple computers.. .where you get OS X, iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto, iDVD etc. etc.. etc.. and don't bash me, I'm not a hardcore Mac user, just pointing out something mildly amusing which I found whilst reading that...

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