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Carpetsmoker

Daemon

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#2
Use either a wiki syntax, or BBCode, but mixing them is a bad idea IMHO.

In addition, it's not something that can be added very easily to vBulletin.

One of the biggest downsides of wiki(-like) syntax is that there are so many of them. Even though I prefer the concept, I can never remember which tags to use on which wiki/site.
 

Carpetsmoker

Daemon

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Messages: 1,010

#5
techtonik said:
I see. vBulletin is not open source. That's the problem.
Yes, it *is* open source. I have a vBulletin license and have the *full* source code available with permission to modify it.

But no, it is not *free*. Remember, the free in Free software is as in free speech, not as in free beer.
 

techtonik

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#6
Carpetsmoker said:
Yes, it *is* open source. I have a vBulletin license and have the *full* source code available with permission to modify it.
Wikipedia says vBulletin is available under proprietary, commercial license -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VBulletin If you have a separate personal permission - that doesn't count as Open Source license, because I don't think it was approved by OSI.

Look at Open Source definition p.1 http://opensource.org/docs/osd - does your license permit selling vBulletin without any fees?
 
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