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GForum flexibility & performance compared to other bulletin boards or forums
I searched the forum for performance & flexibility related threads, but I did not find too much of them.
I know, this was already discussed on the forum, but I did not find any final conclusions.
Just wondering, if there was detailed discussions about flexibility or GForum & compared to other bulletin boards...

Would be fine to get some info about flexibility, performance. Feature and speed comparisons to other BBS & forum software would be also fine.

Just a few ideas:

1) What is the maximum performance (without & with mod_perl) we can await from GForum?
- for small sites (50-500 users a day)
- for medium sites (500-2000 users a day)
- for big sites (2000-10.000+ users a day)
(not sure if the intervals are valid)

2) What are the advantages & features of GForum comparing to other BBS & forum scripts?

I know most answers to feature questions, but I have not a clue how would GForum perform under heavy usage... I think many new users would like a such comparative article.

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Thread GForum flexibility & performance compared to other bulletin boards or forums webmaster33 2174 May 14, 2002, 6:30 AM
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Wil 2048 May 16, 2002, 2:43 AM