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hey guys, i am a user of vanilla forums for 4 years, and even though i only have a basic knowledge of coding/developing i've been able to grow my student forum to over 4000 registered members, and the traffic has been growing steadily every year.. students love going on there to have personal chats and get advice about classes from other students. the community has grown alot and there have been some obstacles along the way, but im ready to develop it further and generate some sales by marketing it at the university.. if your interested in helping, im willing to share the earnings with someone. as of right now, it has zero advertising on it. anyways, if your interested, or want to know more about the forum, please contact me at "simon at raize dot ca". thanks!
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way too many questions dude.. why not just try out vanilla and compare for yourself.
i switched my student forum from vb to vanilla and ppl were quite upset about it. they said it didnt feel like a forum anore but i really hated how slow and bloated vb is.. i knew eventually vanilla would the better, more modern forum software so the earlier the switch the better. vanilla doesnt have nearly the amount of features or options that vb does (ie bloat) but it has a lot that vb doesnt have so the change is worth it, especially in the long run if u want ur forum to grow. case in point, vanilla mobile version is awesome