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harjit
13 May 2006, 15:43
What are generally speaking the main differences between this forum and vBulletin.com?

For one thing the hacks seem to be here. Are there any other significant differences between the two, in terms of strengths and weaknesses?

I am really busy and want to primarily focus on a single forum, if I can. I find that approach usually seems to work better over the long term when it comes to tech-related forums.

Although in the case of VB there are only two, so I suppose it might be possible to treat both of them as "home".

Zachery
13 May 2006, 16:06
vBulletin.com for Offical support
vBulletin.org for modifcations, hacks and addons.

Marco van Herwaarden
13 May 2006, 17:27
You will find official Jelsoft Staff at vb.com answering posts.

vB.org is a volunteer site.

GamerJunk.net
13 May 2006, 22:36
Stick with this forum if you want to only choose one.

VBulletin isn't really good unless you are a noob and know nothing. Then it is filled with informative facts!

Zachery
14 May 2006, 03:43
Stick with this forum if you want to only choose one.

VBulletin isn't really good unless you are a noob and know nothing. Then it is filled with informative facts!
What?

GamerJunk.net
16 May 2006, 23:09
It was a joke, but basically saying a lot of common knowledge can be found there.