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    the Mambo thing was some bull but the developers have moved to a project and took the code with them and it is now called joomla i believe
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    Quote Originally Posted by big_k105
    the Mambo thing was some bull but the developers have moved to a project and took the code with them and it is now called joomla i believe
    That is the now commercial version of *Mambo*, there is still the free/open source version at mamboserver.com

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    Well if Drupal has an extension the works directly with vBulletin (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...&page=1&pp=15). Wouldn't that be easier to use?

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    stefann, Joomla is free/open source at http://www.joomla.org/
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    All of them have extensions to use with vBulletin...

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    Well than that totally makes my point invalid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_k105
    stefann, Joomla is free/open source at http://www.joomla.org/
    My bad, I realized that. Anyways, after looking, i'd suggest MKPortal. Using it on my podcast site and it's pretty slick. it even integrates nicely with pretty much any forum software, SMF, PhpBB, vB, vB....*hint* and no pulgins involved, it was designed for that

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    Well based on what I saw on your site Stefann, MKPortal looks pretty nice, guess thats another contender!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muser
    Well based on what I saw on your site Stefann, MKPortal looks pretty nice, guess thats another contender!
    What site? The site of mine running MKPortal is Otaku Radio
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    ^My other site is running mambo.

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    I didn't know Drupal integrates with vB.. That's strange to hear cause Drupal developers weren't too happy bridgeing with other forums and preffered working on their own instead. Only lately have we got some simple phpbb integration, and vB too apparently..

    Anyway, Drupal is good, very flexible and unlike vB it's Free Software!

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