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From 10 minutes of my experience with the software. (a) Installation was simple, (b) no way to restrict the users, at present users can discontinue the exam and then take it again (b)need to have a option when the user log off or close the browser, the exam should end ---- Did try in search for the code, but was not able to see it, any url for the code

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I thought it was an "open source" project but it doesn't seem to be open source as there are no source attached to it. I think people should stop posting projects on an "open source" platform if there are no source code, just post it as a freeware somewhere because that's what it's truly is.

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  • beccable99
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    Hi Guys, Functional part seems fair enough but UI need to be improved.

    Posted 04/17/2015
  • parallelsoull
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    The software is great to try. But i feel that candidate must be allowed to attempt any question during examination instead of going just in sequence..

    Posted 12/23/2014
  • rednectar
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    Where is the source code? Under the terms and conditions of SourceForge, you must " In addition, the Code that you submit must also be made available in human-readable (i.e., “Source Code”) form." [ See slashdotmedia.com/terms-of-use/] I can't find the "human-readable" form of the code. Could you please post it.

    Posted 06/14/2014
  • dwamara
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    I thought it was an "open source" project but it doesn't seem to be open source as there are no source attached to it. I think people should stop posting projects on an "open source" platform if there are no source code, just post it as a freeware somewhere because that's what it's truly is.

    Posted 06/11/2014
  • rajesh-co
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    Yes, I just went through the system and a similar product VirtualX. VirtualX Seems to be having around 12 question types, different types of results/reports with Chart representation. But Kaldin supports only 2-3 types I hope. But, both the system treats exams differently. Also, I don't know whether this product supports any unknown OS mostly as I could see most downloads for it.

    Posted 03/05/2014
  • kylexyamanda
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    Kaldin being used for freshers screening, campus interviews & internal assessments. It's incredible exam software. Support professionals made installation quick & easy.

    Posted 03/03/2014