XMLBoard is an XML-driven multi-forum message board written in Perl. It stores its posts in XML format, and uses the Perl module XML::Parser to read them and show HTML to the users. It can be easily set up for several forums and several designs, with one administrator per forum. XMLBoard has other nifty features such as cookies to remember the users' names.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Message Boards|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: An optional user registration system was added, and the appearance is now much more customizable. In addition to being used as a simple message board, the program can now also be used as a news and comment Web system.
Release Notes: File locking is finally implemented correctly in this release, so there is no more data corruption on high-traffic sites.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug which was causing 12 PM to appear as 12 AM.
Release Notes: A bug in the "search" action has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for extended ASCII characters such as umlauts.