Jamroom.net is powered by Jamroom 5.
You can see that on the front page of the site, there is the 'Latest Blogs', the 'Marketplace', the latest 'Developers'. Which are all lists of content that exists on users profiles.
In the Downloads section of the site, modules available on the users profiles are made available to the top end of the site. Clicking on these modules will take you to the users profiles.
The community is "A community for people who run Jamroom CMS." and that is what you should be thinking when you're thinking Jamroom.
* "Building a community for someone."
* "Who is it being built for?"
* "What do those people need to do?"
On Jamroom.net its a "Developers and Users Community".
If we go to one of the users profiles, eg: https://www.jamroom.net/the-jamroom-network
you will see a users profile. In the case of "The Jamroom Network" you will see that even the core development team is running as a standard developer in the community.
So they're no different to any other developer on the system. Developers have 'Blogs', 'Documentation', 'Forum', 'Payments', 'Bundles' etc....
With something like the 'Forum' module, that puts a forum onto the profile of the users, so each member in the developer quota has their own forum where users of their stuff can ask questions and chat.
There are other developers in the system, eg: https://www.jamroom.net/n8flex
and if you go to his profile you will see that he too has the same options: 'Blogs', 'Documentation', 'Forum', 'Payments', 'Bundles' etc....
The forum posts in n8flex's profile are separate to all other developers. The 'Marketplace' tab on n8flex's profile show n8flex's marketplace offerings.
N8flex has the same priority as 'the-jamroom-network' in our community.
We are a community of developers.
So come and check it out.