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    Lookin' for some beta testers

    Hey ^_^

    So I've been working on this web app for a couple of years and I'm looking for some extra feedback before I launch it. It's an open-source web forum called esoTalk. Kinda takes a different approach to vBulletin and the others - this screencast (2 mins) probably explains it better that I can write.

    Anyway, if you're interested in this kinda thing (or if you're bored) then have a play around with it and please let me know if you can find any bugs that have slipped through. It should work in Firefox 3, Safari 3, IE7, and IE6. And maybe Opera 9, though I haven't checked that recently.

    Source code is available here if you're able to check that out or install it on your own server (PHP4/5, MySQL5).

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    Most of your links there don't work for me.
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    Do you mean the links in the post? They should all be up and working fine - if you're still having problems, let me know.

    (Here's a list of the URL's just incase):

    http://www.vimeo.com/2867330
    http://forum.esotalk.com/
    http://get.esotalk.com/

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    I've no problem at all. Your page on the other hand...
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    Ah, yes, some of the links on the webpage don't work because we haven't finalized the content. We'll have that fixed by launch.

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    Some? No, try most all.
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