[Air-L] Conferencing software for next year
chodge5 at utk.edu
chodge5 at utk.edu
Wed Oct 22 12:09:07 PDT 2008
I should say (if we're going to be evaluating onlist various systems) that
one of the things that appealed to us about OCS was its integration with
Open Journal Systems and examples of universities that had integrated OJS
and OCS into their institutional repositories. Having a lot of
applications that don't talk to one another should be seen as a limitation
in any evaluation.
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> 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
> up): https://foss.in/2008/register/speakers/addSpeaker.php
> 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 2.0
> 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
> > software.
> > Kushchu
> > 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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