Currently jumping back and forth between Cheetah front end / IMAP utility
objects for email / Webware security via SQL. Haven't had a chance to
explore FFK / UserKit yet. They are both on my list of toDo soon as I can.
Right now happy with the setup I've got going.
Building some basic Cheetah / HTML Fragment based templates, along with some
utility classes to create the interface.
IMAP utility for retrieving messages ( headers ) ... and storing them ...
i'm kinda stuck here. I can't figure out the best way to refresh a header
list short of just removing all the headers and downloading the complete
list again ... very very expensive. Some of my folders have over 10000
emails. [ I'm a pack-rat! ]
Got some very basic authentication going with Webware, and SecurePage
Have a rough sketch design ( literally a 'sketch' on notepad paper! ;D ),
but other than the above and the sketch nothing else is done. I'd be very
interested in co-operating with anyone / everyone on this. This is a big
project with a great deal of interest from me, because I can then go out and
sell ASP style services to small businesses at a very low cost. I'd like to
be able to build a very modular system ala WyattERP (
http://www.wyatt-erp.com/index.html , it's hosted on SourceForge ), except
ASP and Python/WebWare based.
I'll post this on the ideas page of the Wiki as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Darryl VanDorp" <darryl@...>
To: "Ray Leyva" <rayleyva@...>;
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 2:41 PM
Subject: RE: [Webware-discuss] General inquiry
> How far are you in this?
> Design stage? Code?
> Please post any ideas/comments on this list maybe
> we can get some resources pooled.
> -----Original Message-----
> Funny you should ask,
> I'm in the process of starting to work on something along those lines.
> started 3 weeks ago, but at least it's started. Looking into creating
> something that can be used by everyday office people for email /
> / + specific add-ons for particular industries. ( Sales / Manufacturing /
> etc ... ).
> A high degree of customizability is important to me, and I'm trying to see
> if I can leverage Cheetah with Webware to build it out.
> I'd be very interested if somebody has already got something going with
> Webware for a project like this. If there we're enough interested could
> get a "GroupKit" sub-project going for Webware?
> On a group note :
> I still owe the group a post on the Wiki regarding PDF generation from
> reportlab / WebKit. Sorry for the delay, but had two projects come due at
> almost the exact same time ... in fact still working on them right now.
> Soon as I finish will post code, and a couple of little gotchas I found.
> Thanks for the help last week to the group. Truly appreciate it.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Darryl VanDorp" <darryl@...>
> To: <webware-discuss@...>
> Sent: Friday, November 16, 2001 10:41 AM
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] General inquiry
> > This is just a general inquiry to all on the list.
> > I've been lurking for a week or two and am just
> > starting out on my python journey.
> > I've had some experience with php and see
> > python as a much more versitile and powerfull
> > alternative. PHP has many "groupware" projects
> > available on Sourceforge as well as else where.
> > It seems to me that webkit and python would make
> > a much more scalable and "enterprise-like" platform
> > to build some Groupwaretype framework. In the vein
> > of something like phpgroupware.
> > Does anyone know of any development in this type of
> > area based on webkit? Does this sound like a good
> > project?
> > Any comments appreciated.
> > -Darryl
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