MaxCao wrote:Hi, Rafael,
First I would say that JForum is very powerful and the l&f is attractive. But I constantly hear people talking about Jive. Can you please give a short comparison? Thanks!
MaxCao wrote:There's still an open source jive link:
Anonymous wrote:Jive is highly configurable.
The entire user interface is skinned rather than fixed into a single L&F.
If you check the forums at Jivesoftware, java.sun.com and silverstream (now Novell) they're all using Jive yet all look different.
Anonymous wrote:I used to work on Jive, left the project when they went commercial (without so much as offering me a license for the work I'd done for them over the year before).
Anonymous wrote:Is it just me, or is there a formatting error on this page?
Rafael Steil wrote:
man, US$ 7,500.00 the enterprise license..
If I could make any money from jforum I'll be very happy
I would happily pay about $100+ for a Jive migration utility. Jive was much cheaper previously, so I guess there are a few people who want to migrate and used to pay for software.
Likely I would also pay for a user friendly guide/book about customization/user database integration.