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OpenACS, Robust web development framework
Get a good introduction of what as a web developer you can do with OpenACS.
Jade's ever increasing repository of OACS articles
Jade Rubick's ever increasing body of intimate knowledge of OpenACS is a great resource for the newbie and the guru.
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Open-Source, Project Management & Biz Applications
Focus on ]project-open[, OpenACS, and Open Source Software for Business
At the Forge article about the APM
Royal Linux lyricist <a href=http://lerner.co.il>Reuven Lerner</a> continues his overview of the OpenACS in his <a href=http://linuxjournal.com>Linux Journal</a> column. This month, the APM.
Piskorski's One Stop Source for CVS Stuff
Providing the unverse with an excellent resource for CVS use is just one reason for <a href=http://www.piskorski.com>Andrew Piskorski's</a> existence.
"Every software project needs it, and every software project needs its conventions, rules, tips, and guidelines for doing version control written down. Here's one example, adapted from a real project."
OpenACS on Mac OS X Quickstart
From the inimitable <a href=http://www.borkware.com/>Mark Dalrymple</a><p>
"One question that comes up occasionally on OpenACS.org is "I have this great new TiBook. What does it take to get openacs running on Mac OS X?" Here are some notes for getting things up and running."
OpenACS featured at LinuxJournal.com
Rockin' <a href=http://www.lerner.co.il>Reuven Lerner</a> writes about the OpenACS on LJ
"...there's no getting around the fact that OpenACS provides a much richer infrastructure for creating on-line communities than anything else I've seen."
OASIS: The OpenACS Virtual Machine Project
Why use OpenACS?
Chemistry teacher and sysadmin <a href=http://acornhosting.net>Cathy Sarisky</a> mixes up some reasons you might choose OpenACS
Why Not MySQL?
It happens almost every week, and sometimes more often: someone wants
to know why we're not using MySQL as the RDBMS behind OpenACS.
OpenACS and you
Mark Dalrymple introduces OpenACS to people of the Mac persuasion at MacEdition.