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Forum software with a new twist?

#19
What are you going to code it in?
Err what do I put here?<br /><br />I like Minecraft? I play Minecraft? <br />I play Sim City 4? I play Sim City 4?<br />I also don't like democracy! Wink
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#20
Most likely PHP. It's what most people use and what is most compatible with everything, so it doesn't really make much sense to code it in anything else.
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#21
Well then sounds good if you ever need another coder I'd be happy to see if i could help!
Err what do I put here?<br /><br />I like Minecraft? I play Minecraft? <br />I play Sim City 4? I play Sim City 4?<br />I also don't like democracy! Wink
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#22
[offtopic] I recently came across a blogging platform coded in python [/offtopic]
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#23
Interesting that Python was used. Python is actually used in many web design projects, but PHP is more standard so it's more frequently used.

I do program some python, so I think it would be nice to try a python based project sometime.
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#24
Tags would definitely be the way to go with something like this, as opposed to a more traditional forum hierarchy of categories, forums, and subforums.
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