Reccomendation for ports for web based club events forthcoming
glarkin at FreeBSD.org
Mon Nov 17 14:22:43 PST 2008
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Julian Stacey wrote:
> Hi ports@,
> Can anyone reccomend some ports to install on a FreeBSD web server,
> for a club of mostly non technical people, to support:
> - All club members can add events to a forthcoming calendar,
> - All club members can request server to prepare a listing
> of next next upcoming events, to download (probably in PDF,
> or perhaps tbl to a pipe or ?
> - A list of moderators can delete fake events from robots & the malicious.
> - Preferably moderators should not themselves be capable of
> deleting logged event submission, but only capable of deleting
> events formatted to the ouput printable programme sheet. (To
> autopsy for suspect rogue moderators)
> - I guess first entry criteria might be a fuzzy picture for human
> to decode password from). 2nd might be mail return for confirm password,
> - & 3rd, A majordomo (later mailman) maintained list of club members &
> moderators etc is available for automated validation.
> - I hope there will be some packages available,
> http & probably wiki based etc, that will come close enough ?
> I'm hoping this has been done often enough that people can suggest
> names of ports already existing ? If not I dont mind creating a
> port if I have to, but dont want to write something from scratch.
> - I've had apache up for years, but no wiki yet, so if any tips,
> shout please, even if just TFM URL=.... :-)
> - Web based forums I don't care about, but others may, so I suppose if some
> software does & does not support web forums, it'd be good to know.
> - Please keep me "Julian Stacey" <jhs at berklix.com> cc'd as I'm not on ports@
> Suggestions welcome please ! Thanks in advance.
Would WebCalendar do the job for you: http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php?
I think it has most, if not all, of the features you're looking for.
I maintain the www/webcalendar and www/webcalendar-devel ports, so let
me know if you need any other questions answered or help getting it set up.
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