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 +# Discourse
 +It is a software very used to forums, a new generation after the own decline of the forums php that had their peak in the early years of the millennium is created in 2013 and it has done a good gap between the tools of communication,​ including bi-directional and with subsequent collection, as was the e-mail.
  
 +It is developed in ruby and javascript, with a participation of at least 600 active contributors. In the final analysis is still maturing, but with way of firm.
 +
 +
 +## Requirements
 +  * Ruby on Rails
 +  * Ember.js
 +  * PostgreSQL
 +  * Redis
 +
 +## Comparisons with similar
 +  * Pros:
 +      * Focused on the conversations.
 +      * Groups are very broad.
 +      * Public access.
 +      * Markdown and HTML typing.
 +      * Share files.
 +      * Mailing list.
 +      * Surveys.
 +      * Multilanguaje.
 +      * Chat.
 +
 +  * Cont:
 +      * Meritocracy.
 +      * Gaming style.
 +
 +
 +## Rating[6/9]
 +  * LAST UPDATE: -->30 - Oct - 17
 +  * PLUGINS/​MODULES:​ YES
 +  * DESCENTRALIZED:​ NO (only on cloud server)
 +  * DISTRIBUITED:​ NO
 +  * CONSUMPTION:​
 +  * KISS-MODULAR:​ YES only a forum
 +  * DOCUMENTATION:​ YES https://​meta.discourse.org/​
 +  * 4 FREEDOMS FS: YES GPLv2.0
 +  * CONTROL VERSION: YES Github --> https://​github.com/​discourse/​discourse
 +
 +## Used in FairCOOP in
 +  * Our Forum [[https://​forum.fair.coop|fair.coop]]
 +
 +## How we use it
 +  * Currently, there is No methodology maintenance and development yet.
 +  * Not being a system of communication and p2p don't be a mature software I'm not sure if it worth the effort to convert people to use this software as a communication system of faircoop but it could work at least in the version messaging not immediate...