Hello everybody. I'm Ted, Huddler's CTO. Thanks for all the feedback so far, good and bad. We read it all and take it incredibly seriously.
I'm hoping I can shed some light on a few of your questions and answer any others that come up.
Originally Posted by chemicalfan
Sure, frills are nice, but underneath all the fluff is the forum DB that we know and love. I'm holding out for the mobile site which should provide a much more direct access to the data.
I think in some cases things are simply being misunderstood. The Huddler platform, from an architecture perspective, has a lot more in common with vBulletin than it is different. As Chipp and others have said, it is built on the LAMP
Originally Posted by Riou
In Firefox, when you scroll down with the mouse wheel on the main page, the sky blue highlight is rendered for each sub forum. In Chrome, it does not have the sky blue highlight during scrolling. It only highlights once the scrolling has stopped and you move the mouse over a subforum. Chrome kind of cheats.
If you put the mouse cursor towards the dark blue sides and scroll down in Firefox, CPU usage is drastically reduced.
I wanted to give a shout out to Riou for noticing this bug. We had found the issue in QA and I was happy to see someone else notice the issue. For those of you that understand how DOM events
work, there is a misbehaving mouseout listener that is causing a major slowdown in some browsers. This is a great example of one of the many fixes that will be live tomorrow. We're looking forward to everyones' feedback once it's available.
Please let me know if you have any other questions, I'll do my best to address them.