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There are some things in JForum that were only possible because the work of other people:

:arrow: The default look-and-feel of the board wasn't made by me or any other people I know. It is a slightly modified version of PHPBB's SubSilver theme, created by subBlue Design - http://www.subBlue.com

Also, as JForum was initially inspired by the PHPBB "way", it also used it's database schema, with some modifications too. So, any similarity much probably is not mere coincidence.

The PHPBB official site is http://www.phpbb.com

:arrow: The logo was made by a friend, Pablo Maurutto.

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Rafael Steil wrote::arrow: The logo was made by a friend, Pablo. It doesn't have a name yet.


Looks like "Qoochie" or so.. ;)
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You forgot to credit the libraries and frameworks you use for development, like freemarker.

Also, you could list your main OS, IDE and all info concerning the development of jforum.

My thesis is an integration of a forum with a centralized authentication system like LDAP, a feature needed for enterprise adoption, and one of the most important ones in Jives. I don't know if i will code the whole forum from zero, and after seeing your code it will become a harder decision... Oh well...

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I'm currently working on a ldap based authentication. I will post my code if it is ready. Maybe this week.
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squizzz wrote:I'm currently working on a ldap based authentication. I will post my code if it is ready. Maybe this week.



On javazoom.net they have some free code to add to their jsp chat project that adds ldap authentication.

Oh well, you are leaving me without my thesis project ;)

We are using mvn at my college but my tutor hates jsp and wants a java forum made with servlets and freemarker, while adding ldap as another authentication method different than the standard username/password stored in a database. Also, i will be supporting postgresql and oracle. We hate mysql.

Of course my project will be Free Software, thought i see you are using BSD and not GPL. I may change the license to BSD if i use your code, i really don't care much about that.

Francisco
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