Some history… vbenhancer on vBulletin
Someone emailed me today about the reference to this site *(nexialys.net) on a profile found on vbulletin.org… this one:
Is it me or a thief ?!
It’s actually me, on one of my 3 accounts on vBulletin.org. I was a fierce developer for that software for over 7 years, with a “coder level” of 7… close to be the biggest releaser of the entire market.
I’m not going into details, but i retired of vBulletin 2 years ago, using my time for the family and WordPress… private works.
So if you ask me to handle some work on vBulletin, i “may” accept, depending on the level of implication you require… there are more up-to-date coders that can do more job, if you ask…
So that’s it ’bout vBulletin!
Oh no, an EDIT: The request was made about this engine: Stats and Tendencies for vBulletin, see screeny:
this one was based on my version of Statpress, never updated on wordpress.org because of the trac which was fucked up at the time. and now we have Jetpack Stats, which is was less complete, but we never know… they may add some tendancies in the future, to help bloggers to handle their future market.
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