Online discussion forums made simple

Flarum is the next-generation forum software that makes online discussion fun. It's simple, fast, and free.

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I've been following the development of Flarum since long ago. Wish you best this looks truly awesome so far. We will probably move our forum system to this.
Beautiful forums. Wish reddit worked this nice...
Whoa. Flarum may be brilliant Forum software, but that's no reason to hunt it here for the 5th time! Check https://www.producthunt.com/tech..., https://www.producthunt.com/tech..., https://www.producthunt.com/tech... and https://www.producthunt.com/tech....
@t55 Oops, didnt see that .Sorry!
@t55 Oops - sorry about all the times we've been hunted! Prior to our public beta launch a few hours ago, we didn't have much more than a landing page, FWIW :)
@tobscure Can't blame you for being hunted repetitively :) It's impressive software. But Product Hunt needs to sort this out. When I post a hunt these days I need to check the future URL to see if a product has been hunted already or not. I usually check 'https://www.producthunt.com/tech...', and 'https://www.producthunt.com/tech...' first. And even then I'm missing hunts like 'Productname 2, or 5 or whatever the updated version is called.
@kwdinc You actually see it in a big red bar when you post something already be posted.
Looks great! I would love to hear more about what sets you apart from http://www.discourse.org and the WHY you built it.
@dswiese Thanks! Check out http://flarum.org/story for the why. I can't hope to compete with Discourse on features (yet!), but I think Flarum's elegance sets it apart. Out of the box, it's pretty, fast, easy to use, and works beautifully on mobile. And it's written in PHP, so is super easy to install – any low-end shared host will do.
@t55 Agree, I did also hunt it just now, at same time, If I could I will remove it. Today finally they have a Beta version and I think they deserve to be featured ;)