XenForo

xenforo

Web site: xenforo.com Category: Network Subcategory: Forums Platform: Cross platform License: Proprietary Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: XenForo First release: March 8, 2011 XenForo – a commercial, closed-source application for hosting an internet forum. The application is written in the PHP programming language using the Zend Framework. The software is being developed by former vBulletin makers … Read more XenForo

WP Forum Server

wp forum server

Web site: wordpress.org/plugins/forum-server/ Category: Network Subcategory: Forums Platform: Cross-platform License: unknown Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: unknown WP Forum Server – an open source plugin for the WordPress content management system that allows you to add the discussion forum functionality to an existing WordPress installation. WP Forum Server is an extended version / fork of … Read more WP Forum Server

CLiki

cliki

Web site: www.cliki.net Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Cross-platform License: MIT Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: CLiki First release: 2002 CLiki – the Common Lisp wiki, a community resource about various topics pertaining to the Common Lisp programming language, as well as a directory of Free Software Common Lisp libraries, implementations, and applications. If you can … Read more CLiki

Thredded

thredded

Web site: thredded.org Category: Network Subcategory: Forums Platform: Cross-platform License: MIT Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: 2013 Thredded – an open source discussion forum application. Thredded is written in the Ruby programming language and can be used as part of an existing Ruby on Rails application. The leitmotif of Thredded is rich equipment and simplicity. … Read more Thredded

BlueSpice

bluespice

Web site: bluespice.com Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: Web interface Wikipedia: BlueSpice_MediaWiki First release: March 2011 BlueSpice – a free and open-source wiki, web based application. The BlueSpice project was originally initiated by IBM (“bluepedia”) and is being developed by the German company Hallo Welt! since 2007. In 2011, Hallo … Read more BlueSpice