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    Is anyone interested?

    I'm working on blog and forum software that I want to turn into open-source project when it becomes something worthless. I don't have good PHP, MySQL, HTML & CSS knowledges, but I've been into it for about 2-3 months. Does anybody want to work on it with me - for free, for fun or to learn PHP, MySQL, HTML & CSS? It's mostly for newbies or for people who have passion for different creativity, like me. Sorry if it is wrong section or something, I didn't know where to post it.

    Here is the main idea why it will be different from all other open-source software. I want to develop very easy to use forum, blog and probably CMS software. Let's take for example Vanilla forum which is the best one in terms of size and performance, however I feel confused, when using it. If I'd really do easy to use forum, I would threw half package of this forum. What I mean by easy use is just basic functions of forum. Same with blog software - Textpattern is good, but not light enough and has different functions that I don't need. And I don't want to remake this software, I want to make mine. This way I can learn to make my own stuff and at the same time develop some software. I though about making easy-called series software. This is the demo of my first forum, which works and looks bad, but explains main idea:

    easyBoard

    I would also like to make easy-to-use website for this software, which will include description of EACH line in codes of software, so even complete newbies will get it.

    Thanks for taking interest,
    Aleks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noartistname View Post
    I'm working on blog and forum software that I want to turn into open-source project when it becomes something worthless. I don't have good PHP, MySQL, HTML & CSS knowledges, but I've been into it for about 2-3 months. Does anybody want to work on it with me - for free, for fun or to learn PHP, MySQL, HTML & CSS? It's mostly for newbies or for people who have passion for different creativity, like me. Sorry if it is wrong section or something, I didn't know where to post it.

    Here is the main idea why it will be different from all other open-source software. I want to develop very easy to use forum, blog and probably CMS software. Let's take for example Vanilla forum which is the best one in terms of size and performance, however I feel confused, when using it. If I'd really do easy to use forum, I would threw half package of this forum. What I mean by easy use is just basic functions of forum. Same with blog software - Textpattern is good, but not light enough and has different functions that I don't need. And I don't want to remake this software, I want to make mine. This way I can learn to make my own stuff and at the same time develop some software. I though about making easy-called series software. This is the demo of my first forum, which works and looks bad, but explains main idea:

    easyBoard

    I would also like to make easy-to-use website for this software, which will include description of EACH line in codes of software, so even complete newbies will get it.

    Thanks for taking interest,
    Aleks.

    How far has this gone?

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    I actually am interested. i have the basics of html css and php down, but i havent put it to use. I could devote some of my free time to this if you would like, ummm yea email me any details ianluorunescape@gmail.com thanks D


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