- Jul 1, 2006
Damn and I just bought the newest version of vb. I’ve been out of the loop for so long. Guess I should’ve researched. Wonder if I can get a refund lol. I never liked XenForo’s look.
The forum was not affected, but it has been almost a day now for vb.com... They couldve provisioned a working server immediately so its unlikely a tech issue - my guess is theyre refreshing their frontpage and maybe the cart software.
IBulletin now available for preorder!
Thanks for replies, but thanks.. not checking negative replies against vbulletin..
Main question being, available and trust able resources charge quite high.
Its too costly if you really want a real vbulletin developer, I have spend upto 5000 US$ for most important server configuration and setup costs (excluding hosting).. as one time charges, but till today I trust this contact for my servers.
Available on vb.org are cheats mostly, my 7+ experiences
But if vbulletin grows this ways, its end of vb for sure..
IF VB IS DEAD SPREAD THE WORD, BEFORE MEDIA COVERS
We could have migrated to other scripts, but seems time has come, its not only 100s but 1000s of forum software scripts to go..
BUT STILL VB AS PIONEER CAN DO GREAT MIRACLES.. I hope team wakes up from vbulletin.com
Or a GL from me forever.. to vb
The thing we quickly found out is that InternetBrands apparently has absolutely no shame. They buy popular forums and then seem to let them rot until they aren't making enough money to justify their existence. In my opinion They're litigious, digital slumlords.
I noticed the same as well, everyone I knew who was on my own forum has just grown out of them, they all use social media for pretty much everything now, which is a shame.I don't think it's specific to Vbulletin. People are not just into forums anymore except those that are used for support tickets of sort.