News and update, my recent development in Association Subscribers Manager
It's been a while since I last post here... Sorry, I have tons of super-bad excuses for that (working too much, not enough time, etc.).
The truth is that I am so busy coding that I forget to post on the blog !
Lately, I have coded a lot on one of my project out of slack-get. The project name is Association Subscribers Manager (short name is Assuma) and it is an associations subscribers manager !
The source code is available on Sourceforge's SVN as usual. This software is a little different than my other traditionnals Open Sources ones because I am selling the packages.
The source code is available for free but all services associated with it are not free. In time, when the 3.0 release will be fully ready, you will be able to buy working binaries for the main plateforms available on the market.
The source code is completly free (as "Free Software" and "as a beer"), only the services of compilations, auto-update, etc. will be costing you money.
The reason why I think this software can be better than another ? Because since the 0.1 version (we are now aiming at the 3.0) it has been developped in collaboration with French sports associations.
So I am pretty confident in the application fitting for small and middle sized associations. The application is daily tested with databases exceeding 1000 subscibers, so it can be used for pretty huge associations/clubs.
It is of course not limited to one kind of association/club, it has been developped with multi-usage in mind.
On the plateform support side, until the 2.0 version the only supported plateform was Linux (the application is developped in Perl and PerlQt3). The 3.0 release will bring Association Subscribers Manager to all plateforms with a code completly rewritten in C++/Qt4.
So as you can easily figured I have work a lot on this project and, unfortunatly, not really on slack-get ... Mainly because as all humans I have to sleep sometimes
Here are the SVN statistics for the last 7 days:
It has been a busy week
See you later !