Entries tagged "Beehive Forum"
Beehive Forum is discussion software designed to be people friendly and easy
to use. It is written in PHP and released under the GPL.
Find out more at beehiveforum.net
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Version 0.9 of Beehive Forum, probably the greatest forum software there is, has recently been officially released.
Since the previous v0.8.4 there have been a variety of fixes and improvements, particularly to client-side caching and UTF-8.
There is also now support for Google Analytics and for displaying optional Google Adsense adverts. For full information on what has changed, you can check the release notes.
Download Beehive Forum 0.9 from SourceForge
Also, Beehive is currently a Finalist in the SourceForge Community Choice Awards!
If you're a fan of Beehive and haven't yet voted, please vote for Beehive now.
There is a lot of competition, with many thousands of votes already having been cast, so please help spread the word to as many other Beehive users as you can, to help vote for Beehive to win, and gain the recognition it deserves!
The newest version of Beehive Forum has been released today, with a large selection of new features, improvements, and fixes.
It is very much recommended that users of previous versions upgrade to the latest version without delay - upgrade paths are available from both 0.6.* and 0.7.* so there is no excuse!
For those not familiar with Beehive, it is a superb free and open-source discussion forum system which (in addition to its superior interface) exhibits several rare and unique features which make it a joy to use. For example: there is a relationship system which allows you to ignore others users, or their signatures, or give them amusing nicknames that only you see; each user also has an individiual word filter, with a regular expression option for very powerful filtering; there's a flexible polling system with groupable options, public/private ballot, fixed/changable votes; and many other cool things.
To learn more you can look at the Beehive website, or you can go straight to the SourceForge project page to download it now.