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Simple Machines Forum (SMF) is a free, professional grade software package that allows you to set up your own online community within minutes. Its powerful template engine provides a unique look and feel to the site.
Since its creation in 2000, phpBB has become the most widely used Open Source forum solution. With a large and highly customisable set of key features coupled with a standards compliant interface, phpBB will grow with, and complement your website. With millions of installations worldwide, it is no wonder phpBB is one of the most popular ways to create and support a community.
esoTalk is free, open-source Internet forum software written in PHP and MySQL. It is intent on being extremely simple, fast, and modern, containing all of the essential features a forum might need, and a powerful plugin system allowing developers to extend it in any way they like.
Discourse is a platform for community discussion. Whenever you need a mailing list, a forum to discuss something, a chat room where you can type paragraphs, consider Discourse. It provides a flattened discussion, which avoids the pains of threaded forums, and delivers a more robust, intuitive interface to join a conversation at any point.
FUDforum (Fast Uncompromising Discussion Forum) has the ability to generate forum web pages extremely fast. It can also act as a Mailing List Manager, USENET newsreader and even an XML Feed Aggregator. This will allow you to build an instant community and consolidate all your messages into a single system. Its features include Templating System, i18n Support, Polls, Full text search, Custom tags, IP tracking and lot more.
YetAnotherForum.NET (YAF) is The Open Source Discussion Forum for sites running ASP.NET. 100% written in C#, YAF (pronouced like "laugh") is a unique combination of Open Source, Microsoft's .NET platform and an international collaboration of the .NET developer community. Growing and changing daily, the YAF project is lead by Jaben Cargman of Tiny Gecko. YAF runs on any web server that supports ASP.NET v2.0 (and above) and SQL Server.