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Old 03-08-2002
Threaded Discussions for Webpages

Dear All,

I run a website for a non-profit. Does anyone know where I can get free or cheap software to run threaded discussions for our website?

Our website is obviously running off a unix platform.

Thanks
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Old 03-08-2002
Do you mean a Forum? Like this one ? If im not mistaken, you may try to surf the Web and search something particular for the Thread starting in Webpage. Mostly it uses PHP Server. Anyway search the web. Check the FAQ and/or search the forum for related questions.
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Old 03-08-2002
Threaded discussions

Yeah, I want to run something like this, but a simpler version will also do. I have looked around the web quite a bit, but havent found anything that will run of a unix platform.
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Old 03-08-2002
There are dozens. A lot of people use Slashcode, based on the User Interface at Slashdot.
You could also use any number of web boards, like YaBB, phpBB, and OpenBB.

When in doubt, use the Google
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Old 03-08-2002
www.hotscripts.com


there are a least 150 that run on UNIX in PHP and PERL.

Here is a list of 100 just in PHP !!!!

http://www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Script...ussion_Boards/
 

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