What qualifies as an eulife project?

April 28, 2006

An eulife project should derive from the needs of a local community and though abstract it should be fully functional.

It should not be developed while having in mind specific "customer" needs but rather provide the foundation so that it can easily be tailored to address them.

Its user interface should be simple, clean, elegant (following the KISS principle) and pretty straight forward to use by people who know how to use just a keyboard and a mouse.

The project should be under the LGPL licence and each source file must hold a copyright notice

Some example projects could be a reservation system, a stock management (a catalogue framework can aid you in the development of both).

Projects that could derive from the above could be a library management system, an e-shop, a booking system.

The later do not have to be eulife projects per se, but rather applications developed by individual developers for their customers.


eucatalogue .sql script

April 6, 2006

The .sql script on version 1.0 of eucatalogue was
wrongly exported causing some foreign keys discrepancies.

You can find the correct version over at sf.net

Sorry for the inconvenience.
PS. The latest CVS commit includes the correct .sql script.