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Started by adicrst, December 13, 2007, 07:22:45 PM
Total Members Voted: 158
QuoteThe answer is quite simply. Smaller and new forums have to get out there, and that is one of the best ways
Quote from: Bigguy on February 09, 2008, 03:57:18 PMI never seen that chart before, really cool.
Quote from: Grudge on January 01, 2008, 01:10:43 PMThe original definition of open source (As per the literal meaning) was that the source code for software was available to users "In the clear" so to speak.
QuoteWell I tried out SMF and phpbb3 side by side for two days now and phpbb3 drove me insane.
Quoteeven the most mundane of tasks seem to be excruciatingly difficult to achieve.
Quote from: uberjon on December 14, 2007, 12:55:22 PMi have to agree on the "dead easy to use" part. but i wonder if i should also be offended. (i tried many times to install phpbb2 back in the day. with no luck....
Quote from: wookey on March 05, 2008, 06:16:31 AM'aptitude install phpbb2' did the trick for me (on Debian). Utterly trivial. Sadly I can't do that for SMF (due to the licence). This is currently an overwhelming advantage for phpbb2 in my book. I guess you were installing from a tarball, or on a Windows box or something, whichI'm sure does make life a lot harder.
Quote from: wookey on March 05, 2008, 03:18:56 PMAre there security issues you are aware of with the Debian packaging of phpBB2?
QuoteSadly I can't do that for SMF (due to the licence). This is currently an overwhelming advantage for phpbb2 in my book
QuoteTime is irrelevant to memory. How important that moment was to a person... I think that's all that matters
QuoteMicrosoft wants us to "Imagine life without walls"...I say, "If there are no walls, who needs Windows?"
Quote@quote: scientists have determined that something's memorable-ness is determined by its emotional significance. Not citing any sources.
Quote from: pk3r 0wn on May 29, 2008, 12:56:34 PMWoo, 17 people posted phpBB3 is much better. I have a question for them.If you voted that phpBB3 is better, Then why are you here?