Customizing SMF > Forks Discussion

The Forks are here!

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Drunken Clam:

--- Quote from: AngelinaBelle on August 17, 2011, 07:07:16 AM ---Wedge.org is currently running an RC version of SMF 2 with a custom theme. The credits came with.
When they are ready to show off their fork, then we'll see their license and who they credit.

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I think you'll find live627 was referring to Wedge the software, not Wedge.org  ::)

Eliana Tamerin:

--- Quote from: DoctorMalboro on August 17, 2011, 07:43:25 AM ---What if I want to fork the SMF's template system and to be still a part of SMF, is it possible?

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If a fork is open source with a BSD compatible license, then it's entirely possible the SMF team may be interested in exchanging features with forks. Credit will be given as appropriate by the license chosen, but the code may eventually find its way into SMF proper, yes. Will it? That's up to the SMF dev team. You can make a fork and try it.

Kindred:
I think he meant - can he start his own fork, yet remain part of the SMF teams (mod/translator/support/etc)

Answer: yes...

AngelinaBelle:

--- Quote from: Drunken Clam on August 17, 2011, 07:51:56 AM ---I think you'll find live627 was referring to Wedge the software, not Wedge.org  ::)

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That's good to know.  I have not seen Wedge the software.

Aaron:
Fantastic move, team! It'd be great to see this board full of interesting topics in a few months. :)

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