|Time for vBulletin? [message #13951]
||Wed, 26 January 2005 04:48
Originally posted by: jamesdcarroll.hotmaill.com|
NNTP and mailing lists aren't the only way for all of us to get together.
And since most of you don't live in Delaware, maybe its time that we look at
alternative means of congress. One site that I like a lot (<plug type =
"shameless"> www.straightdope.com</plug>) uses vBulletin.
I'll let you take a closer look at it yourself, but real quick:
Roles like Admin, Moderator, Member, Guest. Awarded on merit of course.
Real banishment. (based on email address from what I can tell)
I'll chip in the first 159.99. : )
Just an idea.
Take care all
|Re: Time for vBulletin? [message #13957 is a reply to message #13952]
||Wed, 26 January 2005 21:56
Originally posted by: smesh.openrules.com|
I really frustrated by many shapes of the same concept - CMS. Not really
from diversity, but from inconsistency. Mailing lists, newsgroups, RSS
feeds (many versions), bulletin boards, portals, blogs (aka
<http://livejournal.com>, <http://www.alwayson-network.com/>) - all
these are different views. The model is (in general) the same - CMS. But
there is no obvious way to have this model personalized as I WANT
(everybody has a right to want:).
Can our publishing evangelists clarify for us (poor pure developers:)
what is going on and where is going modern CMS world?
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