bbs100 is a BBS in the style of DOC and/or YAWC. DOC is a style that remotely resembles Citadel. What's special about bbs100, is that it's a single process daemon that handles all connections at once, while consuming very low cpu resources ( < 1%). It can handle over a thousand simultaneous users. It is highly customizable, is easy to setup, and has many configurable features. bbs100 is almost a must-have for people that want to run a DOC-style BBS.
|Tags||Communications BBS Chat|
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs that could crash the program. There is also a new Help menu.
Release Notes: A bug when sending mail to yourself has been fixed. Timezone info files have been updated. The code for parsing IPv6 addresses has been cleaned up. gcc 4 warnings have been removed.
Release Notes: IPv6 support has been added. There are many new options for users: improved color editing; uploading and downloading of profile and room info; automatic coloring of messages; and users may choose a Modern or Classic color scheme. Admins can now change many things from within the BBS without the need for external shell access. Numerous bugs have been fixed, and code has been rewritten for both cleanliness and efficiency reasons.
Release Notes: This is an update for Mac OS X users, because v2.0 would not compile out of the box on that platform.
Release Notes: This version adds user timezones, a world clock and calendar, many configuration parameters, new file formats, and many small bugfixes and code cleanups.