cforum - Classic Forum, a modern, fast and flexible threaded forum software

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The Classic Forum is a modern and flexible threaded forum software written in Ruby on Rails. It uses PostgreSQL as its backend. It tries to give the user an alternative to all questionable design- or function decisions and thus aims to be highly configurable without losing performance.

https://github.com/ckruse/cforum

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