Why not use an existing forum instead of putting thousand of
hours in creating one yourself (i know the advantages of having one
in fork… use the profiles module…)? But does it pay off
to do so? How many times do you need to install a forum for a
On that note: i will help where i can to build a form module. I
will set up a github repo for this.
John on 01 Jun, 2012 08:45 PM
i don't look at fork in the way as you do. You use it for
clients, i use it for personal homepages etc. That's why i wanted
to create a simple forum to add this functionality to fork for
people who don't know how to install forums and want a bulletin
board to their website. This way they have the same layout
I understand your oppinion, really but i think it can help the
community in a great way. I know it needs loads of work but i'm
willing to participate in something like this.
I don't think it's possible to port some existing forum to a
fork module or is it?
Has there been any development on this? I've just started using
Fork but will need a forum module soon. If work has started on
something is there a git repo where I can get involved? Otherwise I
will probably get started on something in a week or so.
John on 27 Feb, 2013 12:47 PM
I have to admit that I haven't got any time to start on this.
I've been working on several projects with fork which needed other
modules. That's why i've released some other modules. The
foursquare module is official now and soon there will be a books
module released too. But first I have to go though the feedback. I
should put some time in my galleria module too. :)
I really hope some people are willing to release some of their
modules free of charge too :)