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Chris Watkins

I can't easily see what software those successful communities are running on (possibly because I'm on a mobile phone).

A possible example of good forum software that springs to mind is phpBB - powerful and popular- used for many large & active forums, but not pretty. Is that the kind of platform you mean?



It would be helpful if you can suggest what platforms you referred to here.

"These platforms are incredibly successful. They have over 15m posts between them. They are proven to work. These are the platforms other organizations should be imitating. And the best news is, they're cheap."

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