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JangoStudios
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Bridge for DotNetNuke
Apr 21st, 2011 at 2:40pm
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Hi..

I was wondering if a bridge existed for DotNetNuke CMS?

I'm interested in integration with my site  and other small business websites we've designed.

Thanks,

Jango

  
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Captain John
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Re: Bridge for DotNetNuke
Reply #1 - Apr 22nd, 2011 at 2:31pm
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Not at this time .....
  
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Re: Bridge for DotNetNuke
Reply #2 - Jan 3rd, 2014 at 2:48pm
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@john do you have any import script available to move from Mybb forum to Yabb?
  
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Re: Bridge for DotNetNuke
Reply #3 - Jan 3rd, 2014 at 8:39pm
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Carly Rose wrote on Jan 3rd, 2014 at 2:48pm:
@john do you have any import script available to move from Mybb forum to Yabb?

Captain John hasn't been the admin here for a very long time, and the current admin has been absentee for a very long time as well. A good reference point in terms of YaBB's status is over at Dandello's YaBB 2.5.4 Alpha (RC1) forum. She's actually one of YaBB's official staff members, and one of only a few who are currently active.

But stay tuned to this forum from time to time as well because it may get its legs again at some point, and become actively administered in a way that YaBB can be proud. That's the hope of at least some of us regulars.

  

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Re: Bridge for DotNetNuke
Reply #4 - Nov 27th, 2014 at 4:30pm
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YaBB is back, and it's stronger than ever!

At the request of a guest of this forum who contacted me about outdated information in my previous post (thank you very much), this subsequent post has been published because we're not able to make corrections to outdated information that we've posted (see the quote as follows):

Bill Myers wrote on Jan 3rd, 2014 at 8:39pm:
Carly Rose wrote on Jan 3rd, 2014 at 2:48pm:
@john do you have any import script available to move from Mybb forum to Yabb?

Captain John hasn't been the admin here for a very long time, and the current admin has been absentee for a very long time as well. A good reference point in terms of YaBB's status is over at Dandello's YaBB 2.5.4 Alpha (RC1) forum. She's actually one of YaBB's official staff members, and one of only a few who are currently active.

But stay tuned to this forum from time to time as well because it may get its legs again at some point, and become actively administered in a way that YaBB can be proud. That's the hope of at least some of us regulars.

Update:

1. This forum obviously has an active admin again, and is being monitored more often by its owner (Corey Chapman, one of YaBB's original leaders, and a YaBB legend).

2. This alpha forum of Dandello's doesn't render properly any more, but that's not a problem since it's been replaced with YaBB's development forum (owned and operated by her to add another independent layer of stability for YaBB's future - my description of her forum; not hers).

As regular quests and members now know with a lot of excitement, this forum has gotten more than its legs back. It's once again flying high with strong leadership, plus exciting developments are going on, which are headed by separate entities to make YaBB stronger, and more resilient in the event of another collapse by any one entity.

As for keeping up with YaBB's news, you can view the latest news in the "What's new at YaBB?" section of your Admin Center if you're operating a forum (just remember to refresh/reload that iFrame). Or just read that news directly on this page.

Note: This should be a given in any forum, but because members cannot edit their own posts to update information that is no longer valid, make sure that the newest posts are read in any given topic ... all of them, really, since a post to update or correct information can easily get lost with subsequent posts in that topic.

For members who haven't been active for a while, or for new members, YaBB's current leadership is much more progressively supportive than it has been with some of YaBB's previous management. Even an outspoken YaBB advocate like myself is at least tolerated by YaBB's management, and I generally get treated worst than most. So don't be shy!
  

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Note: This forum doesn't allow for us to freely edit our posts or topics to make corrections as needed, so please remember to look for subsequent posts if you see any mistakes or outdated information. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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