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Old 09-02-2007, 11:35 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by ktinkel View Post
Only long ago, when I did not seem much better than vB. But at this point the question would be: how would it be to move from vB to IP?
Yes, migration can be painful... (migrating to a new server now, I know what I'm saying!)

Still, if you want to have a poke around a live forum (read-only unless you create an account), have a look here: Webyog forums - I'm a happy SQLyog user but after upgrading I had some issues and feature requests, and I've been spending a lot of time there the last few days; not using all features (yet), but it feels good to me.

Just a gut feeling but I'm getting the impression that vB has been getting a little unstable with the latest upgrades. Maybe time for a new major version, with a new code base - like 4.0.

But of course I can't see the admin interface of either forum software. Running Phorum myself, but I haven't done very much with that, except a private forum for our travel group for the Yemen trip.

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