Time and Attendance is software that is designed to track time and attendance. Attendance tracking is key to any club or organization, and Time and Attendance can easily bring this task online. Its Web-based interface allows you to enter events as either public or private, and only public events are shown on the public attendance page.
Secure Messaging is a Web-based, alternative mail system for sending and receiving messages. Unlike regular email, this system does not transmit the messages through third-party servers which you may not trust. Only an optional message notice is sent to the recepient through email, so the user needs to visit a Web page in order to read the message. Secure Messaging can be set up on an SSL-enabled Web site to enhance the privacy even more.
Service Management is a Web application for managing your service and repair work, including work orders, service scheduling, service calls, preventative maintenance, and customer contact information. It can help create efficient services, increase service quality, and streamline your service operations.
Re: Not so good
I don't understand though about not being able to contact? You can contact the author of any project by simply clicking the "contact developer" link right at the top of each project. (?)
And yes, I know the doucmentation is very lacking, something I am going to be working on as time allows. Thanks.
Re: License needs clarification
I need to take the time and look through the licesnce models and pick one, but I haven't had the time to really understand them yet. :(
So until then I just put a "simple" license out there. Feel free to use and change as much as you need. I just want to prevent someone from making it commercial and selling it...thats all. Thanks for the comment.
> The website and code say "this
> software (network-management-center.com)
> is 100% free and may be used free of
> charge. you may not redistribute or sell
> this software."
> What about modifying it for internal use
> ? Do you want changes contributed back?
> What exactly does "100% free"
> mean to the developer? Obviously not the
> same as what most people would consider
> to be free, if redistribution is not
> There seems to be no way to contact the
> developer about this, and his other
> projects suffer from the same ambiguity.
> It's a pity because the UI is really
> nice and the code looks even better. I'd
> love to help out with enhancing this
> S/W, but I have no idea how to start.