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Tempus
10th Dec 2011, 02:10
Select below what you would like to see more of on this site. You may choose as many options as you like but try and keep it to just 2 for fairness.

EsotorisK
12th Jul 2012, 15:48
vbmods and ThemeForest Items

hackxell
13th Sep 2012, 01:09
more changes

Tempus
6th Oct 2012, 14:09
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What kind of changed?

ven
6th Oct 2012, 14:55
i like the tuts, gives a dumbass like me a chance to learn ;)

River
6th Oct 2012, 15:14
Well, when I came across vBulletin-Mods, I was in search of mods, and was quite amazed by the substantial amount of mods that were applied to these forums for download. As I began downloading and branching out, I realized that there was so many mods here! Though, I seldom run across a mod while searching for it on Google that I can't find here. So, it would have to be mods that I would like to see more of.

As far as the styles go, well, there's plenty of styles here as it is, but it never hurts to import more.

Here's something I'd like to see added though, a restriction to not allow users download anything unless they contribute to the site, whether it be uploading some mods themselves, or donating.

Tempus
6th Oct 2012, 15:21
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I can see your point but I can also see this going wrong and causing the site to lose members.

ven
6th Oct 2012, 15:35
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well the reason i did not choose mods was as they are released the get posted here anyway

Jim
8th Oct 2012, 07:58
I'd like to see a bit of everything, but most importantly mods, styles and tutorials. But I'd like to see video tutorials from us, there aren't many video tutorials specifically ones with an attractive, loud and helpful voice talking to the person in question and them getting done what they need to get done. We already lead in being able to help through the forums, but can you imagine the amount of traffic video tutorials like that would generate? Especially if just put on Youtube and tagged correctly, I feel like it would be an awesome idea.

Other than that little idea of mine, I think we're doing pretty good. All thanks to Tempus, who for right now seems to only want to help us in the most massive ways possible. Not only giving us advice but then showing you first hand how he uses it himself. So thanks Tempus and thanks to all of you for making this the new and improved 'vbteam.info' may we be here much longer and be more successful than the departed old massive community.

chuckyp
8th Oct 2012, 18:26
Personally, I think is well balanced.

bouncer
3rd Nov 2012, 00:46
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I detest those who consistently leech without making a positive contribution to a community. Deciding how to deal with it is indeed a conundrum. Good luck!

I am a refugee from the vBTeam site that was. :icon_sad: It attracted me because it had a significant number of active members who contributed positively to the community. Almost all of the lastest mods, styles & versions of vB seemed to be contained within the site and if not, it didn't take long for someone to acquire them. :icon_smile: Their ever expanding knowledge base & helpful membership were also quick to assist with the problems of installing, upgrading & administering a vBsite. As one became more experienced with vB then they too often became a valuable contributor.

I guess I'm looking for a replica of the above without having to shell out for my own vB licence & joing their site. :icon_happy:

River
3rd Nov 2012, 01:11
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I believe we both have a well understanding that vBulletin-Mods is not a very popular site, but as time goes we find new members who prefer to contribute to the community and stay involved in what's going on; such as yourself, for instance. And I believe as long as the staff team, nor active members depart we'll eventually grow and prosper into much more than the current state of being.

Just... Continue to be an active member here, and if you feel as there's someone else you could invite that would be an active member, by all means, go for it! We'd love to have them!

ChiNa
3rd Nov 2012, 02:20
Ok first of all CodeCanyon Items and ThemeForest is a good way of getting kicked out of your host, as it happend to our forum DigitalThirst 3 weeks ago, hosted by HOSGATOR, but we bought the Domain name from a Resseller out of US Restriction,, Still got suspended....... CodeCanyon is in search all the time for their Scripts being used as a Null or not being paid for! And I heard ThemeForest does the same!

I guess nobody thinks about how hard it is to Host these kinda files! vBulletin does not matter in this case as much as ThemeForrest and CodeCanyon! Now if the DMCA get to know about this, then your forum will be Suspended right away without warning! But if the Hosting company sees it, they will only warn you! Now when DMCA gets a report they have a lot more POWER than your HOST! They can close your host even if they have lots of reports! So thats why every host is closing all the DMCA reports! My friends and a forum that I am half partner in got closed 2-3 weeks ago! Here is why, Because of CODECANYON scripts.....

Just so you guys know this in future, this will bring you in deep trouble having codecanyon and Themeforest downloads! Now a good thing will be to not host them in your forum, but only put a link to those kind..

I have a lot to say about this one, but have not much time! But I suggest more VBMODS and Styles on here!

Thanks for opening this thread...

stu
3rd Nov 2012, 13:01
Just to add to this.

I run an open forum - all my content is open to view/download to anyone who visits. I have tried to force people to contribute/post by allowing access to certain areas upon contribution. I gained a lot of inactive members who "got" what they came for - and chances are they ain't coming back anytime soon.

When I found this site, I donated a little of what I had on hand, posted a bit, but what kept me coming back was the updates. The forum changes all the time, and this is what I think keeps people coming back.

I know it is why I keep coming back. The posts are easy to read, the members are helpful, and the site has a nice look and easy navigation.

ohdarr
4th Nov 2012, 21:54
Like most people I would like to see more vBulletin mods

River
4th Nov 2012, 22:27
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That'd be easily done if we had more members who contributed to vBulletin-Mods than leeched. Most members get their two posts, wait twenty-four hours, then download consistently without ever giving back in return.

ven
4th Nov 2012, 22:54
but we try our best and id say 99% of whats not here gets filled upon request ;)

Dystrical
5th Nov 2012, 02:19
A growing community is the best community. All of the listed options seem great.

Anything that could benefit the site is something I'm definitely on board with, and I'm sure everyone else feels the same way. From past experience, I understand how much of a vital necessity member feedback is. Even though I'm a relatively new member, I'm already quite fond of the site. With everything organized and accompanied by helpful forum members, there isn't much to complain about at this point.


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I completely agree.

However, it seems that there isn't much that can be done without upsetting current and potential members; at least nothing that I can think of. If I was to be browsing for material for my site, I would want a site that has downloads that are easily accessible, not a site that requires me to do so much when I may be looking for one, simple thing. Having to do more than making a couple of posts and waiting twenty-four hours would drive away a majority of the people who visit here.

At the same time, there's always the possibility that they may come to enjoy the community after completing what was required of them, and that they may continue to post; all of this is pretty unpredictable. Either way, I support whichever course of action the staff team decides to bring upon the community.

mark640
26th Jul 2015, 01:16
More coders who can help code new Mods/ update old ones on this site :)


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I'll hopefully be able to update more Mods & add in some more vB4 mods that currently still aren't on this website :)