Any feedback from Fireboard?

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  1. masterweb Qdoos Contributor

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    I'm used to work with Joomla, Vbulletin, phpBB and so son so i know their benefits and also their problems once running, installing etc...But i'm new with Fireboard (i'm really curious about this script) so if any one already works with it or have any experince i would ask about how reliable is, is hacker safe, easy to manage/troubleshoot ????....

    Thanks for any comment you may post about it.-
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  2. Fuzzer Qdoos Contributor

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    I believe its very good, im a fan of joomla however i dont like the layout of fireboard , i would rather spend the money on VBulletin and get a joomla bridge instead. But it might be worth a try
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    I see your point, but what about the scalability of Fireboard?

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    Is fire board what they use on Joomla.org ? if so id imagine that it has great potential, they get huge traffic and member base their !
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    I'm Not That Fan Of Joomla, I Like vBulletin As A Forum Script, And Wordpress As A Blog, And A Custom Coding For A Website!
  6. masterweb Qdoos Contributor

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    Yes it is...they use fireboard to merge a phpBB base forum into the layout and script of Joomla. I think is alike having a new Joomla module into the site...


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