SIGIA-L Mail Archives: RE: [Sigia-l] Site Databases
RE: [Sigia-l] Site Databases
From: Beau Lebens (beau_at_dentedreality.com.au)
Date: Sun Apr 13 2003 - 00:04:32 EDT
I'd say that you might be looking at a reasonably standard bookmark/list
manager in essence, and you should be able to find something like that at a
site like www.hotscripts.com
If you have a developer handy, then you could knock something together very
easily using a languag like PHP (which is Open Source/free, or ASP if you
are stuck with M$ servers), and a database like MySQL (GNU General Public
License (GPL)) or PostgreSQL (Open Source).
It sounds like you'd need a listing including something like;
so you might pay to set this up using a customised system, rather than
trying to use a pre-packaged solution.
Hope that helps.
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// I'm working on a web site for a learning
// center that has been operating for decades
// on Martha's Vineyard. In presenting the
// courses and teachers and dates for the
// upcoming season, I found a bit of chaos.
// Independent sets of courses are given
// by Boston U, Northeastern U, and others
// who pay for the teaching space. It is
// nice here during the summer.
// Also there are numerous courses aimed
// at islanders that are given year round.
// Is there a freeware or inexpensive way
// to create a course database for the web
// Also do you think it is feasible to use
// a website like this to draw in students,
// I mean "sell" seats in our classrooms on
// an individual basis, worldwide?
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