I am a bit overloaded, but there is always some way to accommodate new
tasks. I will review the requirements and the existing code. Hopefully I
will give you timely feedback.
There are two existing projects you can borrow some ideas:
1. tigercrm, for user roles and user management;
(tiger is based on sugarcrm)
2. compiere and similar ERP for PO and other financial applications. A
quick look on www.sourceforge.net > enterprise can help to find closer
I hope this can bring fresh ideas too.
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>> 1. Developer Team required for small PHP/MySQL/LDAP project
> (Andres Jimenez)
>> Message: 1
> Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 12:43:47 +0100
> From: "Andres Jimenez" <gandresin at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Webdev] Developer Team required for small PHP/MySQL/LDAP
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>> Dear all,
>> I am working on a Purchase Order System for the Dublin Institute for
> Advanced Studies. I want to modify (I have already started) Assetman (
>http://www.bctree.com/~assetman/assetman-gpl/login.php ), a PHP &
> MySQL application (it uses ADOdb for accessing the database) with some
> extra scripts for generating PDF files.
>> The modifications already done are just a few:
>> -"Email address" replaces "username" as userid field.
> -Added a few extra datafield for some items.
> -Hide any reference to Invoicing (we don't sell anything).
> -Forms have been made simpler.
>> The current code is here: http:/www.stp.dias.ie/~ajimenez/DIASpo.tar.bz2
> It includes Assetsman before being modified.
>> The code is very simple, with almost no separation between application
> and presentation layers. We don't need any fancy look or a full
> redesign of the application, so it can just be kept simple.
>> The code is GPL'ed, so feel free to reuse any code from any GPL project on this.
>> I need this team to develop this features:
>> --STAGE 1 Functionality
>> * Implementing a user & groups structure based in roles
> A user has to be part of at least 1 group. In every group 1 user
> will have "supervisor" role and will be able to pass that "supervisor"
> role to any user member of the group.
> There will be 1 special group (Finance Department) and 1 special role
> (Registrar). They ("Finance Department" group and "Registrar" user)
> will be able to see any kind or order in the system and
> approve/disapprove it.
> For the rest of users, a non-"supervisor" user will be able of seing
> his own orders only, while a "supervisor" user would be able to see
> and approve the orders sent by the whole group
>> A graphic showing the path an order has to follow can be found here:
>http://www.stp.dias.ie/~ajimenez/DIASpo.png>> * A PO number will be assigned by the Finance Office only and not
> being showed before of that. Something like a "Draft ID" would be fine
> until the order has been finally aproved.
>> --STAGE 2 Tracking
>> * A tracking system, able of logging any order's change (creation,
> modification, approval and deletion) has to be recorded including who,
> when and IP.
>> --STAGE 3 LDAP authentication
>> *Password (and only password) will be taken from an openLDAP/Active
> Directory server. Username (email address) and any other information
> about users would be taken from the MySQL database.
>>> STAGE 1 has to be finished ASAP (no more than 2 weeks). STAGE 2 & 3
> can be delivered in November.
>> I know it's friday evening and possibly I haven't given enough detail.
> We will allow some paid time for studying the code and discussing the
> speciffic features required.
>> Feel free of sending any questions, quotes or samples of your work.
>> I will keep working on this this weekend, so don't wait until Monday
> for contacting me.
> Andres Jimenez
> IT System Administrator
> School of Theoretical Physics
> Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
> 10 Burlington Road
> Dublin 4
> Tel. +353 1 614 0132
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