Just an obvious poll
I actually think 1.x will eventually have the mods required to compete with vBulletin, at least with the majority of features (Calendar and Gallery withstanding, but they're useless on vBulletin anyways).Agree with Forsaken, I will use this for a new project first and get used to it, then potentailly ugrade as and when th esoftware gets to a level that matches my current board requirements.
I don't think version 1.x will have all that I need for my current board
Brian from vB Advanced is a member here. I'm pretty sure that he's considering a xFAdvanced.Its really to early to say yes or no for me. I have a heavily modified vB forum and I dont want to lose any functionality. I will wait and see how XenForo develops. If it is better than vBulletin in sometime and I can get equivalent mods for my existing vB mods then I can consider shifting.
What I require most is a article system like GARS, a homepage CMS like vBadvanced and a News mod which can post news on the main page.
I'm hoping to get a lot of the developer contacts I know to release things for XenForo.I’m using vBulletin for some projects and none of them got the step to vb4 even through I got the licenses. In the way vB 3.8.7 will be the last version of vB3 I had to look for new software and I had been waiting for Xenforo the last 2 years. A lot of pictures with delicious food on Kiers Twitter later I’m able to play with this new software.
I hope a lot of vB addon coder will find their way to Xenforo. I spoke to some colleague and they had the same “old feeling” from the older vB3 days when we translated and create little hacks for vBulletin.