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The top 10 open source forum/bulletin/discussion software

The forum software is needed to build a discussion platform. There are many forum software which can be get freely on internet. Here I am going to list out some of 10 best forum software which you can be able to put it on your website. 1. Discourse: Discourse is an open source Internet forum software application founded in 2013 by Jeff Atwood , Robin Ward, and Sam Saffron. Discourse received funding from First Round Capital and Greylock. [3] From a usability perspective, Discourse breaks with existing forum software by including features recently popularized by large social networks , such as infinite scrolling , live updates, oneboxing, expanding links , and drag and drop attachments . [4] However, the stated goals of the project are social rather than technical, to improve online discussion quality through improved forum software. The application is written in JavaScript and Ruby on Rails , [5] and is released under the GNU General Public License version 2. Postgre

Install Node.js on an Ubuntu 14.04 Physical server

Introduction Node.js is a Javascript platform for server-side programming that allows users to build network applications quickly. By leveraging Javascript on both the front-end and the back-end, development can be more consistent and be designed within the same system. In this guide, we'll show you how to get started with Node.js on an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Physical server. How To Install the Distro-Stable Version Ubuntu 14.04 contains a version of Node.js in its default repositories that can be used to easily provide a consistent experience across multiple servers. The version in the repositories is 0.10.25. This will not be the latest version, but it should be quite stable. In order to get this version, we just have to use the apt package manager. We should refresh our local package index prior and then install from the repositories: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nodejs   If the package in the repositories suits your needs, this is all that

Installing ghost on a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Physical Server

Ghost is a blogging platform based on nodejs platform. Due to its efficient and open source software it has a very much popularity and acceptance among users. Ghost is very easy to install on cloud platform like Openshift and Amazone AWS. Here I am going to show you how to install ghost 1.6 on a Ubuntu physical server. If you want to self-host Ghost, it is most common to this on Linux. This guide documents the basic install steps This guide assumes that you have access to a linux server such as a VPS via a command line interface (terminal window) and that you know the IP address of your server, which we’ll refer to from here on as <your-ip-address> . Each step details a command to run on the command line. Install Node Note: Ghost requires Node.js 0.10.x (not 0.12.x). We recommend Node.js 0.10.36 & npm 2.5.0 . Most linux distros have a package manager, see the Node.js guide for details on installing node via various package managers or alternatively it is p

Installing Discourse on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Physical Server

Discourse is an Open Source software which can be able to use as a discussion platform, a mailing list or a questions to answers forum. Discourse is very popular and is created by the co founders of The discourse software has the following features 100% Open Source Incorporate Discourse into your site with complete confidence – the code belongs to everyone. Trust System As members become trusted regulars over time, they earn abilities to help maintain their community. Mobile and Tablet Designed for touch devices from day one. Automatic mobile and touch layouts that scale to fit your device. Community Moderation Flagging system lets the community suppress spam and dangerous content, and amicably resolve disputes on their own. Optimized for Reading To keep reading, just keep scrolling. When you reach the bottom, suggested topics keep you reading. Likes Express agreement, support, and highlight interesting posts with the prominent ❤ button on every

Reserve your free upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7

The Windows 10 will be available for Upgrade from Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 customers. You will be getting a notification in the notification bar for reserving your free upgrade to Windows 10. Click on the Windows 10 button on the right bottom bar of of Windows 7 to reserve for Windows 10 free upgrade. A window will be appear for entering email address. The notification will be coming on 29 July 2015 i.e., at the time of Windows 10 release date. Click on the Reserve your free upgrade to register for Windows 10 free upgrade.