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gaZell – Uncovered!

Posted on: January 24, 2007

My next project named ‘gaZell’ pronouced ‘ga zelle’ as in the animal (Gazell) – Quick.

The system is a highly portable, customisable and powerful, fast, enterprise ready forum package release under the CC:SA license. The system will be developed to be easily portable into any exsisting website.

The kind of users we are expecting to reach are large development projects that have extreme amounts of posts added daily, by default the system will have a very simple layout and very standard admin control panel.

Extra features will include RSS functionality, Customisable Email Notifications (with SMTP Support) for complete scalability.

The forum package I hope to combine the power and functionality of both porum and my little forum packages, I think a ‘best-of-both bread’ will be good.

The reason for developing this software is due to the fact that my other projects Tyger Bug Tracking System and Iguana Server Stats both need a good forum to power the user community and I specifically require SMTP mail support which is something that my little forum does not support.

I will now be adding a new project to the offical Tyger Bug Tracking system bug tracker and development for the project will begin soon.

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