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  • Wayne Luke
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    How let's just say it stands for whatever your little heart desires.

    I think it was added to make a new word that sound "internety".

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  • hypedave
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    I would say the v stands for virtual

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  • Faruk
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    or try looking at the most recent 3 pages in the Chit Chat forum. A thread about this was done less than a month ago

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  • MUG
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    I can't search for "v" or "in"
    Try searching for "vbulletin stand for"

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  • filburt1
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    I can't search for "v" or "in"

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  • jmd
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    Re: What's the "v" in vBulletin?

    Originally posted by filburt1
    These things just hit you when you're bored at work...
    This was discussed on here before if I remeber correctly. Maybe a search would reveal it's location.

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  • MUG
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    Here is my guess:
    Since vBulletin was originally used for VB Forums, it could have something to do with the fact that is was being used for a Visual Basic related site. I thought about that myself for a while.
    Last edited by MUG; Wed 22nd Jan '03, 3:46pm.

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  • filburt1
    started a topic What's the "v" in vBulletin?

    What's the "v" in vBulletin?

    These things just hit you when you're bored at work...
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