[Air-L] Conferencing software for next year
Frederick Noronha [फ़रेदरिक नोरोनया]
fred at bytesforall.org
Wed Oct 22 11:49:01 PDT 2008
I thought my colleagues organising the foss.in conference in Bangalore
had some Free (as in Freedom) Software/Open Source code available for
managing their mega event. But I could not find a link to what exactly
they're using. See a link to their registration system (currently
Trawled freshmeat.net and found
A conference management system, including workshops & symposia.
See this discussion on Slashdot, but I can't find too many useful
links up there:
Sourceforge.net has eight or so options:
Yet Another Conference Management System
YACOMAS (Yet another conference management system). A Conference
management system written in PHP and MySQL
Conference Management System
COMS is a Technical Conference management system. It provides a web
interface for managing a conference. Some of the brief facilites
include submission of papars by authors, reviewing those paper by
reviewers and conference supervision by the chair.
CMS - Conference Management System
CMS is built based on the SOA design principle and it offers a nice
looking web UI and a simple web service interface. It utilizes maven2,
struts2, axis2, jboss, ejb3 and many other java technologies and
PHP based Conference Management, Attendance Tracking, & Certificate
System (for Continuing Education Units - CEUs).
Web Conference Management Tool
WCMT is a PHP-MySQL based tool for the management of scientific
conferences and congresses. It allows the convenor to manage the
review process of a medium to big sized conference.
This project aims to provide a conference management system.
TMTSys is a conference management system. It has been used for IEEE
APWCS 2003, MMRC Workshop 2003-2005, IEEE ICCE 2006-2008. The version
2.0 has been released with some new interesting features. The user
interfaces are simplified.
Confman is a web based system for conference management
2008/10/22 I Kushchu <ik at mgovernment.org>:
> Actually, I also would be very glad to hear some feedback on conference
> On 22 Oct 2008, at 18:34, Ingbert Floyd wrote:
>> I'd be interested in hearing about them on-list. Maybe I'm the only
>> one, but I think it would be interesting to see a group discussion of
>> conference system requirements by internet experts. While we might not
>> be able to implement them, it could help us all evaluate such systems
>> better *before* we obtain the necessary experience the hard way.
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