Deme is a Web tool to host asynchronous meetings including discussions, document comments and collaborations, straw polls, and decision- making for small to medium groups of people. It also provides features useful for groups including file storage, member lists, and the like. It is intended to create an environment to allow participation and help strengthen organizations critical to civil society.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Message Boards|
Release Notes: Full email integration and interface tweaking along with standard bugfixes.
Release Notes: The internal structure of the code was massively overhauled to further better development. Many bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: PEAR DB files are included with the installable so that auto-update features in various Linux distributions wouldn't clobber the PEAR DB installation.
Release Notes: The changes in this release included important bugfixes to the task item type and the syntax highlighting across all the meeting area viewing panes. Email notification messages are now generated when tasks are modified, completed, or deleted.
Release Notes: Toolbars have been added to all the maximized window panes in their own popup windows.