The Skooppa Blog


As I mentioned in my blog post about moving to JavaScript and making it the only programming language to run Skooppa, I said I’d be writing more blogs as things pick up. Well, they are picking up and so, here is my next blog. As the past few months went by, we were happy we had found all the technologies we need to make Skooppa real, but it was also becoming clear, there was no way I was getting the programming done as the lone...

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Ok. If you had read my “Why PHP” post from the past, you’d think we were building Skooppa with the core language being PHP and you would have been correct. However, unfortunately, that is no longer the case. Some people might jump for joy with this decision, some might laugh and some might cry. Some might say, “Oh hell. Now even more waiting.” Sorry. Good things take time. Great things even more....

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Skooppa’s goal to be an application development platform first means a lot of the activity on the system will circle mainly around the creation and distribution of software. This doctrine sets the basic rules around those processes.

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You might laugh, but I was laying in my bed at 5:30 a.m. yesterday morning and, as usual, thoughts about Skooppa were racing through my head. Actually, it is normal this time in the morning, when I first wake up, for this to happen to me. It is the time when most of my ideas pop into my head. And, yesterday morning wasn’t any different. Though, to continue on with this post and for it to make even a bit of sense to you, I need...

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“Can the software do X?” In the more than a decade of time we’ve worked with online community owners, while selling and servicing vBulletin, this question was often asked by customers wanting to do more with their online communities. “X” was always some idea or problem the customer wanted to solve above and beyond just a forum application. More often than not the answer was, “Sorry, unfortunately it...

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