Under threat of a lawsuit from C & R, Inc., I am changing the name of the project from Sinaps to INAN ("I Need A Name").
This is a pre-alpha development version of Sinaps, but you are free to take it and use it.
A web site running the current Sinaps development was supposed to be shown off at the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators meeting last week. Due to non-Sinaps-related network problems, the premiere was unsuccessful, but preparations for the debut included a successful port from IIS 4/SQL Server 7 to Apache (Win32)/MySQL(Win32).
Many hours of development over the past three days have led to several refinements in the look and feel of the interface and in the function libraries. I hope to post some screenshots and updated code in the next few days.
After several weeks spent working on other things, I am back at work again on Sinaps. Look for a Glial code release next week (the week of 17 September). The new laptop is due to arrive tomorrow, and LSU is on the road at Auburn, so maybe I will code some on Saturday for a sneak preview release.
Development of Sinaps has begun in earnest. The first code to be posted here will probably be some library (PHP include) files that I am using to support Sinaps, but that are portable. Glail (GLial Is A Library) is a set of PHP functions that I have written to produce nicely-formatted HTML (okay, so it simply replaces HTML tags with my own tags, but you get the idea), and it will probably be posted today or tomorrow.