Forum Software

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Dwayne Smurdon, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. I just launched a site for melanoma (http://www.melanomaonline.com) and I
    was wondering if there is any discussions forum software written in Ruby.

    I am running Snitz forums, but curious if there is something done in Ruby.

    - Dwayne Smurdon
    Dwayne Smurdon, Jan 12, 2004
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  2. Dwayne Smurdon wrote:
    > I just launched a site for melanoma (http://www.melanomaonline.com) and I
    > was wondering if there is any discussions forum software written in Ruby.


    I am currently developing a new forum for www.mikrocontroller.net. The
    planned features are: full NNTP access, optional (!) registration,
    subject- and sender-based scoring, optional threading (in later
    versions); there will be no avatar pictures, smilies, [phpbb] formatting
    Tags or anything else like this. It is using mysql with a nested set
    data structure and will work with CGI, Fastcgi and mod_ruby.

    I hope I will be able to release a beta or alpha version within a few
    weeks.
    Andreas Schwarz, Jan 13, 2004
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