and was hoping y'all could give me a little rundown of different bbs softwares to run, e.g., magicka, mytic, enigma, and their particular strengths and weaknesses.
It's likely that most of our users will have no prior experience with bbses.
manipulate it not in a terminal environment. Out of the two I would say Mystic is the modern interpretation of the way BBS's "used to be", while Synchronet adds a lot more features outside the board itself.
Mystic specifically tries to not do things that act as a deterrent from using the actual terminal BBS, and focuses on the BBS aspect more than anything else. The idea is that you're not really using a BBS if you're using every other way except the BBS itself to access it.
(Just some examples)
Synchronet has a web server that allows you to read/post messages instead of logging into the BBS. Mystic has a webserver too, but its point is to
I also wouldn't look too much into sound/music on a board, as that isn't really too common. But something like Searchlight or other non-ansi based software would be something you would look into for that.
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