MĘS (an MP3 Audio Entertainment System) is a set of Perl scripts which allow searching and streaming of MP3s over the net, using MySQL or PostgreSQL as the backend database. It has Mozilla sidebar integration, allows for multiple users, ID3v1.1 and v2 editing, and provides playlist generation and storage.
PSHAW is a pseudo command prompt for accessing a machine remotely using only a Web browser. It cannot run interactive programs. It can only run programs that run, spit out text (or not), and then quit. There is a handy drop-down box of previously run commands. The page never reloads thanks to AJAX.
...is great. I started out on MySQL a couple of years ago, and that was my introduction to SQL and RDBMSs. When I got a job in the field, working with DB2/Sybase/Oracle/MSSQL, I realized all that was missing. So I've begun a concentrated effort to use Postgres for everything. My instance of (shameless plug) MÆS (http://freshmeat.net/projects/maes) runs only on postgres, now, and it's made me realize bugs I need to fix and how terribly I'm under-utilizing postgres by adapting a mysql app to work with it.
anyway, everybody who uses mysql should take the time to sit down and learn postgres. the worst thing about it is the security, what usernames and password scheme you should set up, but once you're over that hurdle it's cool.
Re: Great Idea but already Microsoft Exchange Server has OO concept a little bit
> When we access from web, it shows html
> When we access from explorer, or
> command line, it shows usual file data.
I was going to explain what's going on to this
poor soul....but I figured he'd never understand