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I thought there had been a jakarta bulletin board project. I can't rmember the name of it and I no longer see it listed udner projects. Does anyone know what it was and if it is still available anywhere.
If it is no longer availabe does anyone know of a decent java based BB? Open source, freeware would be best (also chat feature is nice but not necessary)
 
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You can get a free license for Jive if you plan to use it for non-commercial activities.
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Jive, thanks. I think this is what I was thinking. Was Jive ever one of the Jakarta projects?
 
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my officemate (who's a contributor for jive) told me that it was never a part of the jakarta projects...
 
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