The history wrote:
The PostNuke project was started in July 2001 and grew out of the frustration of four guys not being able to contribute to the development of another open source project. PostNuke was the first open source project to provide a sourceforge type free hosting service to third party developers we nicknamed the NOC (Network Operations Center).
We are again, a bunch of guys frustrated to not being able to contribute seriously to the development of a project. And it was decided in the light of the latest events inside vBulletin Solutions walls that we all had enough to wait for the clock to tick…
One song actually inspire me to continue my work, my way… « Brûle », from Sniper, a french speaking music group from France… here are the video and the lyrics, in french sorry… Sniper: Brûle … les paroles nexialys.net What it means is that if you want things to change, you have to vote, you have to act… i do.
In the next months, we will be hiding in the dark, developing a complete different engine that have nothing to do either will vBulletin, or IPB or anything like this… why? because i’m a developer and i don’t like being stalled waiting for a job call… I actually can not code, i’m still in post-operatory vacations, but i can discuss with people, i can write ideas and check over the shoulder of the guys who will highjack the whole internet to find the best solutions for our future clients.
The goal of the project, provide a complete solution for webmasters, multi-sites owners, as well as small groups and communities. no more details for now, we will have something serious after christmas!
For all the vBulletin clients of this site, you’re about 1500 subscribed members, you loose nothing. Everything that is available right now on the site is still available until our new product is released publically, and then we will offer something special for everyone.
As this site is driven by « lifetime » subscriptions, i don’t plan closing the site until vBulletin Solution stop supporting their actual 3.8.x version, as you’ll all be in need of the addons we’re releasing here. This was announced in the past, we still stick to that rule, and even if we decided to switch our back to vB, we are still supporting our stuff, and we continue releasing small addons from time to time.
I suppose that cover it all, some commercial announcements will be made here on due time.