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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Darren H, Oct 31, 2001.

  1. Darren H

    Darren H Second Unit

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    My boss has requested that I add a discussion board to our company web page. I've never managed a board from this end. Any suggestions for starting points?
    Thanks
     
  2. Rob Speicher

    Rob Speicher Supporting Actor

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  3. Dominik Droscher

    Dominik Droscher Supporting Actor

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    Another PHP/MySQL board:
    phpBB2
    The first version was good but nothing spectacular, the 2nd version which will be released in a few days is going to rock. It is Open Source so you get a nice and helpfull community and a great board for free.
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    -Dominik Dröscher ICQ: 25318265
    "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes."
     
  4. MickO

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    phpBB v 2.0.3 is out. It's sweet. It's what I use. [​IMG]
     
  5. Dave Sabo

    Dave Sabo Stunt Coordinator

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    I always liked and used Snitz forums... it's free, asp and runs well. It's also easily mod-able to tailor to your specific needs.
    http://www.snitz.net/
    You can see a working version by clicking here
    Or for a full blown forum-based portal version of it look here.
    Poke around the Snitz site for tons of info and other links to what people have done with it.
     

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