Okay, thanks! :) Also, one more thing: if I were to buy XenForo, and my "update period" expired a year later, would I still be able to sign in to my account and download the old version again if I wanted to do something like transfer my outdated license to another site?
It's a hobby for me too. I've been doing this stuff since about 2009, so I'm pretty experienced at it (by 'it' I mean computer networks, online communities, troubleshooting, etc). Been in a couple times to help my old school's IT dept with things like Windows domains, mass cloning, etc. :)
Wait a minute. Just thought this through and now I get it. :) I was thinking before that you had to pay $40 to keep the version you already had...now it makes more sense. Sorry about that; it's midnight here..a little tired :p
I can understand why. :) It did look a little like I was expecting to not have to pay a renewal fee :) I don't make any money from communities that I run so I guess the prices seem steeper in my eyes. :p If I decide to go proprietary, I will definitely go XenForo without a doubt! :D
EDIT: Thanks for the answers! Looks like I misunderstood the upgrade policy - I was thinking you had to pay the $40 to continue to use the old version as well (I was tired :P)
I love XenForo, however there is one thing that makes me very nervous. I clicked "Buy" to see what came with...
I had posted here a few months ago asking if a license could be transferred to another site provided it is only on one site at a time. You all gave me a great answer. My question though is: If a license "expires" will it still be usable? I know that you can't receieve updates (at...
Hello XenForo community!
I was curious to find out: On a scale of 1 to 10, what is everyone's opinion on XenForo? I've heard good things as well as bad things about it. Based on the demo I tried, I like it a lot! I may purchase it in the future!:)