Hello all: I haven't posted here in probably about two years. You know...life. I moved to Vancouver. Got laid off. Moved back to Austin, got a new job for a tech startup company here. (Check it out if you're interested: www.noesis.com.) I'm working on a side project with a few colleagues at work. Our products are geared towards commercial energy managers, but we want to try and promote some involvement from the open source community. To this end, we plan to release the source of several of our tools, a few apps that are currently in development, some portion of data sets that we've been collecting (they'll be scrubbed to remove identifying features), reports based on our datasets...we're still working out exactly what management will let us do). For an example, check out intuitlabs.com. The goal is for people to use our tools, modify them, and possibly contribute to their own software (datasets, reports, etc.) to the community. One of the things we want to implement is a forum for our users. Since sciforums is one of the more successful forums I've ever been a part of (in terms of the level of discussion, the way the discussion runs, and moderator involvement), does anyone have any advice before I download the wordpress (the designers I'm working with won't be talked into drupal) plugin and go for it? Thanks again sci, and I see you've been working out Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!