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Re: Forum Future for PHP-Nuke (Score: 1)
by kjcdude on Monday, March 01 @ 16:28:12 CET
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"It takes a long time to build up support and knowledge base, why re-invent the wheel?"

Yup, exactly, phpbb and phpnuke have a fantastic baking, why take away phpbb and loose part of your baking. Coders have spent many hours integrating phpbb into nuke, why take that away?

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Re: Forum Future for PHP-Nuke (Score: 1)
by KoH_Li0nHeArT on Thursday, April 22 @ 03:28:26 CEST
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I agree 100%! Also, phpbb is very stable - I've used it for a few years now and I think its one of the most stable forums that I've ever used personally.

Also, the community is great and you can normally find help or support on about any issue with phpBB. Even some of the most wild and crazy ones.

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