Mindquarry is a groupware server that allows users to collaborate on projects, documents, and tasks. It is designed to be small and flexible, with a modular architecture that can be customized to different needs and preferences. Some of the key components of Mindquarry are:
Subversion: This is the version control system that manages the changes and revisions of the files and folders stored on the server. Subversion ensures that users can access the latest versions of their work, as well as track the history and differences of previous versions.
mod_perl: This is the web server that handles the requests and responses between the clients and the server. mod_perl enables fast and dynamic web applications by embedding the Perl interpreter into the Apache web server.
mod_auth_svn: This is the user authentication module that verifies the identity and permissions of the users who access the server. mod_auth_svn integrates with Subversion to provide fine-grained access control based on user names, passwords, and groups.
mod_include: This is the dynamic content delivery module that inserts content from other sources into the web pages served by the server. mod_include allows for dynamic generation of web pages based on variables, conditions, and commands.
TinyMCE Editor: This is a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) rich text editor that allows users to create and edit formatted text documents on the web. TinyMCE Editor provides a user-friendly interface with various tools and options for formatting, inserting images, links, tables, etc.
Description:Overview:Mindquarry is a small, highly modular groupware server built with Subversion as the underlying version control system, mod_perl as the web server, mod_auth_svn as the user authentication module, and mod_include as the dynamic content delivery module ( =ok&tab=today&type=delete&returnUrl=
Mindquarry is designed to be easy to install and use, with a web-based interface that can be accessed from any browser. Users can create and join teams, invite other members, and share files and folders on the server. Users can also create tasks and assign them to themselves or others, as well as track the progress and status of their projects. Mindquarry also supports offline synchronization, which allows users to work on their files and tasks even when they are not connected to the server, and then sync their changes when they go online.
Mindquarry is an open source project that is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. It is developed by a community of developers and contributors who are passionate about creating a simple and effective collaboration tool. Mindquarry welcomes feedback, suggestions, bug reports, and patches from anyone who is interested in improving the software. Mindquarry also provides documentation, tutorials, forums, and mailing lists for users and developers who want to learn more about the software or get involved in the project. 061ffe29dd