I have enabled a single sign on application across most of the sites in the network. If you have an account on any of the following sites you will be able to login to them all with the same information.
As some of you know I bought a site database. The site vBnt.net was a vbulletin site. I was going to convert it to IPB. Problem was it wouldn’t convert. I have done my share of vbulletin to IPB conversions, over 20 in fact, for myself and clients and this is the first time I could not work through the conversion issues so I just upgraded to the latest stable release of vbulletin, version 4.1.1.
Extreme VB, the grand daddy of Schwarz Network is closing down. It was the first site I put online. The domain is 12 years old, but, the site itself is 15 years old. I just haven’t contributed to the site for many years. Most of the source code available on the site is old and outdated unless of course if you still program in Visual Basic 3 through Visual Basic 6.
I bought a copy of xenForo when it first went on sale. I had it setup on my test server. During my server upgrades and general network maintenance window I took upgraded the test server and took the old one offline. I moved the test site to one of the production server. That didn’t go well.
I recently, yesterday in fact, bought a database to vbnt.org a general discussion forum. It isn’t a large community. It’s perfect to start with though. It has 539 members and a little over 7,000 posts. The database was from a vbulletin 3.8.5 forum so I decided to use vbulletin 4 for this forum. I had bought the domain vbnt.net on speculation I would get the data. Turns out I got lucky there.