Robert do you what that new front end I did?!
On 5/14/05, Robert Jones <jonesieboy(a)users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
Thanks Richard! I was "between demos", so
I'm delighted that you've set one
It was on my list of things to do, honest :) - in fact [...several hours
later...] I've gone ahead and put my own demo up with the latest code (note
to me: must do another release) and admin and user logins. The data resets
every day. I've used the account a pupil gave me on his co-located
The URL is the rather ungainly:
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. In order to appreciate the
flexibility of FreeMIS, you'll need to be logged in as admin.
The pupils look a little wierd don't they! I simply mashed up the names of
the pupils at my school. If anyone knows how I can easily replace the
garbage with a list of 900 fictitious pupil names please let me know.
If anyone's on a Mac, I know that the drop-downs won't work properly on
Richard's demo site (0.85 release). I switched to a new menu system (Tigra)
and it seems to work on just about everything. Please let me know if there
are any problems on my demo site.
On Friday 13 May 2005 23:11, richard(a)tortoise.demon.co.uk wrote:
> > FreeMIS - the free web-based MIS for schools - has made it's second
> > public release, which greatly improves the functionality of the
> > reporting module, and provides a full set of dummy data to play with.
> > If you are looking for an open source alternative then download
> > here
> > http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/freemis/freemis_0.85.tar.gz?download
I've just installed freemis to play with. If anyone else want to try:
Apologies if you already have a live demo somewhere, I couldn't see one.
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