What are some alternative mathematics forums to VBulletin?

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In summary, there are several alternative mathematics forums to VBulletin, including MathOverflow, Math Forum, and Reddit's r/math. These forums offer a variety of features, such as discussion boards, Q&A sections, and community-driven resources, making them popular choices for math enthusiasts and students alike. Additionally, some universities and institutions also have their own forums for discussing mathematical topics. These forums provide a valuable platform for sharing knowledge, asking questions, and engaging in discussions with like-minded individuals. Overall, there are many alternatives to VBulletin that cater to the diverse needs of the mathematics community.
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Does anyone know of any other mathematics forums? (Ones that are preferable designed by VBulletin)...
 
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Why look anywhere else? All you will find is this: and then you'll come running back to find this
 
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There are many other mathematics forums available online, but not all of them might be designed using VBulletin. Some popular options include MathOverflow, MathForum, and Math Help Boards. These forums offer a variety of discussions and resources for different levels of mathematics, ranging from basic arithmetic to advanced topics. While they may not have the same design as VBulletin, they still provide a valuable platform for learning and discussing mathematics. I recommend exploring these forums and finding one that best suits your needs and preferences.
 

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