Future development on LibDB will be undertaken as a Drupal CMS module, as opposed to a full fledged application. There are reasons for this (a few of which are described at http://disobey.com/noos/LibDB/\), chief of which being the combination of OPAC/CMS is far more powerful than just OPAC. LibDB will be taking advantage of integrated Drupal services (like the bug/feature/issue trackers and CVS), but will continue to use Sourceforge for mailing list hosting, as well as the file release system (though, you'll be able to download releases from Drupal as well).
LibDB 0.0.3 has been released. It is the last installer-only version of the LibDB project. The next planned version, 0.1.0, will contain some, if not all of the administrative and browsing interfaces for the database. If you could, I'd appreciate some testing on this one, as it does revise a number of file locations, as well as adds a new test of a proper installation. More information is available in the ReleaseNotes003: http://disobey.com/noos/LibDB/index.cgi?ReleaseNotes003
Further information about this installer-only release is available from the LibDB wiki: http://disobey.com/noos/LibDB/?ReleaseNotes001. Snippeted:
"LibDB 0.0.1 has been released. It consists of a web-based installation program that checks file permissions, verifies the required modules are installed, and connects to the user's database to import the default schema and sample data. That's all it does. You'll be installing a program that doesn't yet exist."... read more