[Discussioni]FYI: leopard

Christian Surchi christian a softwarelibero.it
Sab 23 Ago 2003 15:12:05 CEST


http://leopard.sourceforge.net/

l e o p a r d

Welcome to Project leopard (LAMP eGovernment OpenSource Project
Augmented Relational Database).

Project Description: LAMP eGovernment Database Project offers state and
local governments a free open source, web-enabled system for use in
quickly setting up public information sites. You can also use this
system for government-to-government web sites as well.

Registration Description: This project utilizes Linux, Apache, MySQL and
PHP to build generic eGovernment web delivery systems. We wish to enable
state and local governments to provide services over the web in a
standards based way. 


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General Information


Over 3500 counties of more than 85,000 local governments exist in the
United States and they each use approximately 30 database driven
business processes. Our goals would allow significant cost savings by
eliminating non-standards based sites. We see no reason that government
agencies should each build a separate web site when they can download
one from the Internet. A single standard would cut the costs to
taxpayers and constituents and allow for information sharing through XML
based delivery.

The goals of the project include:

1) providing a complete package of all software components including
source code

2) utilization of a script for easy installation

3) use of a technology to run in a chroot environment to allow the
system to be distribution neutral and

4) the development of administrative tools in a graphical environment.

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