[Foss4g2008loc] Request for approval of registration website
tim at linfiniti.com
Fri Feb 8 12:26:44 EST 2008
Wow that sounds awesome! The one feature you don't mention which I
guess is whats most needed is ecommerce support. I would guess even if
you don't have it there must be existing open source frameworks that
could be adopted for this.
I'm off to download it to take a look...
2008/2/8, Paul Scott <pscott at uwc.ac.za>:
> On Fri, 2008-02-08 at 07:57 -0800, Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) wrote:
> > Either way, I support Gavin's proposal and second the "results to be
> > open source" comment by Tim - or at least that OSGeo would have
> > unrestricted access to the use/re-use the code that is created for
> > future events.
> I have offered before, and I will offer again to do the website. It will
> be a Chisimba based site and it is GPL code.
> Main things that apply here:
> 1. It is upgradeable from the web interface - install once, update
> monthly/weekly/whatever and keep it up to the latest code.
> 2. OpenLayers and Google Maps support built in natively
> 3. GeoRSS enabled and mobile enabled blog and content system. Blog can
> also aggregate mailing lists.
> 4. WMS client built in
> 5. Conference manager - full system - almost complete
> 6. Workgroups - forum, chat and doc sharing (private or public)
> 7. Mapserver support built in
> 8. Wiki, IRC chat, AJAX chat etc
> 9. Web2.0 - all the bells and whistles.
> 10. Modular - easy to add on to (over 100 modules available already)
> 11. Skinnable - 4 hours to roll a skin
> 12. Multilingual - including right to left language
> 13. Cross browser tested.
> 14. much more!
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