[linux-elitists] Social Software for Weddings

K.R. Foley kr@cybsft.com
Sun Dec 14 10:09:47 PST 2003

D. Joe Anderson wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 02:16:21PM -0500, Adam Kessel wrote:
>>Thanks for the tips.  Just to clarify my request: I am certainly willing
>>to do lots of customization, even develop additional modules/write new
>>code, etc., I just would rather find a way to avoid re-creating the
>>fundamentals of content management like tracking users, database
>>interaction/error checking, that kind of thing. It would be nice if it
>>didn't have gaping security holes as well.  
> For some reason, your request for recommendations reminded me of
> this request for recommendations:
> Wanted: Web Discussion Board Software That Doesn't Suck (and groks RSS)
> http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/001065.html
> His enummerated feature set and yours don't look the same, but
> perhaps you'll find something there of use.
> --Joe

Along this same line there is phpbb (standalone) at phpbb.com and also 
the pnphpbb2 module for postnuke at pnphpbb.com. Both of these are 
pretty decent formum/bbs projects.

K.R. Foley

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