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    Anyone have a community site built with Drupal?

    Mind if I take a peek?

    Was it hard to learn?
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    Yes. I made one for a client although it is not completely done yet. I am still working on it.
    It was not hard at all to learn. It is the easiest CMS that I ever worked on (way more simpler than than joomla or phpnuke).
    The link is http://www.kenitra.net (it is a client's site).

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    Cool!
    Are you using vbDrupal to integrate vBulletin?
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    I have a community site powered by Drupal 4.7.3. It is a Free Software / GNU/Linux support site: http://www.nuxified.org

    Drupal is pretty good and flexible. Its forums may not be as feature full as phpbb or vB, but there are modules for most features that you want, and you also have a greater flexibility in designing it the way you want it.

    Cheers
    Danijel

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    If you want to take a look at a nicely buildt community site using Drupal, I would suggest a Norwegian Mac portal called Mac1. Of course you won't be able to understand much of it unless you've got the hang of Norwegian, but it's a nice example of a well done community site utilizing Drupal.

    I plan on using Drupal for a new project of mine, so hopefully that will be possible to refer to in the future as well as a good example of how it can be done

    Edit: Mac1.no isn't my site by the way, incase I was unclear on that point! I'm just a plain old normal member over there.

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    Rifles N Guns uses Drupal: www.riflesnguns.com/forum


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