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anybody knows about jforum3?

 
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Dear All,

Does anybody know when jforum3 will be stable?

We are planning to build a forum app based on jforum and we are contemplating jforum2.1.8, jforum2.3.3 (maintained by Andowson) and jforum3.

I've seen that jforum3 is a big step forward (hibernate, vraptor), but it seems that development is not really active on it and it's really hard to find out anything about it.

Or maybe just I am not aware where information about jforum3 available.

So if you know anything about jforum3 let me know!

Thank you!
 
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JForum 3 is being worked on, but progress is slow (going by the words of someone who's involved with the project). I don't expect a release in 2012.
 
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