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[*] posted on 12-2-2014 at 11:10 PM
Shaking My Head (SMH)

I just want to say that XMB is an outstanding Forum product! In my web career, I have evaluated many Forum products, and XMB truly IS the best overall Forum software. Feature packed, including U2U (internal mailing system), easy linking from within and externally, sorting, and my goodness, this product is light years ahead of the rest.

Some people seem to be intimidated upon first glance, but the problem there is simply just impatience and a lack of desire to learn about the features and options possible. It's really not difficult to learn, if you're willing to spend a few hours with it.

My first exposure to XMB was when I began playing Sim Dynasty Baseball many years ago. I continue to be amazed with the ease of use of their implememntaion of the XMB Forum software. They have over 2 MILLION posts in that forum, folks. Any limits are because of non-XMB barriers - not the software's fault.

My experience in I/T includes Fortune 50 companies to small insurance companies. Dell, BP, Target, and more. I understand the value of top notch software, and XMB is top notch!

If anyone reading this would like to help support the XMB Group, please do! They, like all of us, need to eat and have a roof over their heads.

It would be nice if there was a PayPal link for donations available... hint hint!
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[*] posted on 12-2-2014 at 11:20 PM

On behalf of XMB contributors, thanks for the nice post. As open source, we don't really look for donations. A nice gesture is to retain the link to xmbforum2.com on the footer of installed forums.

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