Greetings. A few months ago, I put together a perl cgi frontend to a LDAP server in order to make my household's address book available via LDAP, and I have recently created the ldap-abook project to make this code available to others. Clearly there is some significant overlap between ldap-abook and rolodap, and I am very interested in seeing what rolodap looks like as it takes shape. In the meantime, I offer ldap-abook as something to look at, use, appreciate, critisize, steal from, or ignore. Perhaps someday the two projects can be merged...
FYI: I have put a link on the ldap-abook home page (http://ldap-abook.sourceforge.net) pointing to the rolodap home page because those interested in one may also be interested in the other.
This looks very interesting and I am sorry we were not more aware of it when we started.
Could we talk you into contributing to Rolodap? Abook would provide a great start.
> Could we talk you into contributing to Rolodap? Abook would provide a > great start.
I'd be happy to help where I can, provided that you have no problem with the possibility of some ideas from rolodap finding their way into ldap-abook.
I saw this about a year ago, and asked the author if he would open source it. It is a simple but nice looking ldap contacts application.
It might provide good code to work from. Thanks to the author
i encountered the following error while configuring web based ldap address book with rolodap.
adding a new entry :"o= ,c=US"
ldap_add :Insufficient access
please post some solution to this error.
post to email@example.com
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