I guess some people never got out of the phase where they have temper-tantrums in public.
That's a crackup Mert.... funny! No idea why they would even think their code is off any real use today... its old and needs to be scrapped, rebuilt from the ground up... funny comparison.If i need to compare Xenforo code is Ferrari 2010 , vBulletin 4 code is 1990 Honda Civic.
Still i can't comment about the case without knowing about the facts. There maybe somethings that we are not aware off. That's why it is best to wait before commenting further about the case.That's a crackup Mert.... funny! No idea why they would even think their code is off any real use today... its old and needs to be scrapped, rebuilt from the ground up... funny comparison.
Oh how I love that they included this in the article:TheRegister.co.uk has published an article;
Against this background, many customers also took issue with vBulletin's lawsuit against XenForo. "LOL. The [XenForo] code isn't even released yet," said one user on a private forum for paying customers. "I figured this would happen though. IB can **** right off. I'm not interested in doing business with a company that gets ahead with lawsuits."
XenForo did not immediately respond to a request for comment. But in the past, Kier Darby has said that the XenForo platform was built "from scratch" using the Zend Java framework. Darby is the former lead developer and product manager of vBulletin. Sullivan is another former vBulletin developer. And Busby is the former vBulletin business manager. All three parted with the company over a year ago.It was fixed when i clicked the link