Forum OpenACS Q&A: Re: Brown Bag Lunch in Boston For (O)ACS 4 Site Developers and Managers

The more I think about this, the more I think we should open source it. If someone will agree to maintain the code, we'd happily open source it in exchange.

The code does not rely on any OpenACS/ACS modifications, although it works better if you symlink the packages directory under the web directory. It's all extensions written in dreamweaver, which means javascript and a bit of XML.  Can anyone get me in touch with a willing volunteer?

The reason I'd like to open source it is that it's just not together enough to sell in good conscience, we can't price it in a way that makes sense for us, and I'd like for other people to make it better.

If it will help, we could host a CVS server for it. It probably doesn't deserve its own site.