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Paid Support ?

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Do you guys have any paid support?

JForum is great, but I see forums are almost dead with no replies. I believe we can not rely on this software, if its not supported, and thus is not viable for using commercially.
[originally posted on jforum.net by kumarrbt]
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Hi,
I'm planning to provide a commercial support service for JForum 2.1.8.
Currently, I will provide a SVN download service for the patched code of JForum 2. After you pay a subscription fee(yearly-based), you can get an account to checkout the code and report the bug through the ticket system during the subscription period.

I don't know if someone want to pay for this kind of service and another problem is how do I receive the money from the subscripers.

Andowson Chang

[originally posted on jforum.net by andowson]
 
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