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Announcing vB-OS
by King Kovifor
28 Dec 2010 21:30

vB-OS (vBulletin Open Source) is the independent site that the developers have set up and been working on since the release of 2.1. I'm proud to announce it to you guys as a some-what ready site (download links etc. are not 100% yet), but mostly ready for opening to the world. Here, you can gain support, post suggestions, view our change logs, progress, report bugs (using the latest release of vBPT), etc. And, even better, submit code! The idea was that we may eventually build the site up to be a non-official host of future vBulletin projects (IB or non-IB) that are open source to provide with SVN (maybe) and support with a bug tracker, etc.

You can view this here:

Feel free to register, say hi, and what not. :)

Alfa1 28 Dec 2010 21:45

Registration is turned off?

King Kovifor 29 Dec 2010 00:32


Originally Posted by Alfa1 (Post 2140305)
Registration is turned off?

If it was, it's open now. Are you still getting an error?

Digital Jedi 29 Dec 2010 01:19

I registered just now with no troubles. Well, I kept putting in mismatched passwords, but that's from my drinking too much coffee.

Alfa1 29 Dec 2010 15:51


vijayninel 29 Dec 2010 16:18

Er .. is wouldnt it have been better if this was a part of vb.org itself ...

Brandon Sheley 29 Dec 2010 16:24

good to see someone picking up the PT mod and supporting it

/me registered

Digital Jedi 29 Dec 2010 16:30


Originally Posted by vijayninel (Post 2140742)
Er .. is wouldnt it have been better if this was a part of vb.org itself ...

I would guess they're expecting this to expand into it's own thing, much like vB.org did. Just imagine if modifications were all on vB.com. :eek:

vijayninel 29 Dec 2010 16:54

Right then .. registered :)

King Kovifor 01 Jan 2011 05:31


Originally Posted by vijayninel (Post 2140742)
Er .. is wouldnt it have been better if this was a part of vb.org itself ...

This allows us to update, manage, and utilize vB PT to the fullest. We set it up as needed, with features and settings as we want it. That's hte basics of it.

King Kovifor 06 Jan 2011 07:36

A few questions have been risen with about the purpose of vB-OS.com. Here's the reasons it is open to the public and a few notes on its purpose:
  1. All official releases will be posted here, at vB.org.
  2. Official support will be here, at vB.org. Of course, if you post in any of the forums over there, we will gladly help.
  3. Bug reports (posted here or there) will be placed into the bug tracker (PT powered) located at vB-OS.com.
  4. Code submissions will be placed in the bug tracker at vB-OS.com for review and submission by a developer.
  5. More "wiki" like instruction manuals will be hosted on vB-OS.com
  6. More organized (with PT) bug, feature, and task tracking is available at vB-OS.com, rather than here (as it is all thread based here)

The purpose was not to drive traffic away from vB.org, but to open our internal procedures to everyone else, in the spirit of open source. Once vB.org's servers allow uploads of larger files again, I will be getting the official download up again in the release thread.

Alfa1 11 Apr 2011 20:06

When will there be a Sphinx bug tracker?

pmcpa 24 Jul 2013 01:24

vb-os dead? site has been offline for nearly 30 days due to over bandwidth....

Paul M 24 Jul 2013 01:32

I have no idea who even owns it, but KK hasnt logged in here for 3 months, he moved on elsewhere I believe.

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