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Job Manager

Job Manager helps you update and maintain your job postings section without having to manually modify HTML files.

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  •  28 Jun 2003 00:35

    Release Notes: This release improves the ability of the software to respond to out-of-space problems on the server and adds a new, more robust filelocking protocol.

    •  04 Feb 2003 10:51

      Release Notes: A new WYSIWYG editor (which requires IE5.5+ on Windows), new Salary, Company, Status, Email, Website, and Close_Date fields, customizable interface templates, footer bar messages, and log-off URLs, and the ability to disable meta generator tags and timestamps.

      •  21 May 2002 17:54

        Release Notes: Error-checking for "disk quota exceeded"; the program will not attempt to update its data files and will display an error when insufficient disk space is available.

        •  10 Apr 2002 00:48

          Release Notes: This release has additional filtering to prevent malicious HTML and cross-site scripting.

          •  05 Apr 2001 08:56

            Release Notes: Initial relase.

            Recent comments

            28 Apr 2002 07:04 xenoglot

            Re: Is it me?

            > I am so damn sick and tired of
            > proprietary software using freshmeat...

            Grow up.
            Software distributed under the GPL is great, but there is also a lot of good proprietary software out there, and anyone who wants to stake their intellectual property rights ought to have the right to do so. And as for freshmeat, they give you the ability filter the projects by virtually anything, including license, try using it some time.

            09 Apr 2002 23:41 Skarab

            Re: Is it me?
            I am so damn sick and tired of proprietary software using freshmeat...I think that they should use their OWN webspace...after all, they are charging 200 bucks. Almost makes me wanna go out and write MY own job manager...

            24 Aug 2001 21:06 jeffcovey

            Re: Is it me?

            > Or does charging $200 for this package not qualify it as open
            > source?


            It isn't listed as Open Source, so I don't understand your comment.

            24 Aug 2001 13:46 DannyTCOTW

            Is it me?
            Or does charging $200 for this package not qualify it as open source?

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