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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Internet Point Client Server - sava
Jonathan Gonzalez V.
Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of Internet Point Client Server - savannah.nongnu.org
Wed, 24 Nov 2004 22:58:31 -0300
Gnus/5.110003 (No Gnus v0.3) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)
Hi Paolo Sacconier:
I'm evaluating the project you submitted for approval in Savannah.
The source code had missing the Copyright and Notices License in all
files, to learn how to use and apply the GNU GPL consider this URL:
And remember that any file with more than 10 lines should carry on a
Copyright and Notices License, in the case that you cannot edit the
file you can create a new file that will contain the Copyright and
Notices License for these files.
Can you send me a link to download the 'ssl perl wrapper' and 'ldap
perl wrapper' that you named as part of the dependencies list ?
I'll wait your updated tarball.
> A package was submitted to savannah.nongnu.org
> This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
> Paolo Sacconier <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
> License: gpl
> Other License:
> Package: Internet Point Client Server
> System name: ipocs
> Type: non-GNU
> Ipocs stands for "Internet Point Client Server".
> Its purpose is to simplify users management and accounting in a small
> network environment such as an Internet Point.
> It provides:
> - a client-server structured deamon system to manage the machines in the
> - a simple administration GUI (to control server's deamon) that allows
> users' creation, deletion, session management and accounting
> - a client GUI for event notification
> It was born to administer a small internet café in a youth center located
> in Breza (near Sarajevo - Bosnia i Hercegovina), but it aims to become a
> flexible and portable framework, not just a custom solution - and to reach
> this target it is necessary to share ideas and effort with the community.
> Our objective is to develop a portable and easy to deploy solution based
> on existing technology (currently we are using PAM, LDAP, SSL and QT) for
> desktop and small busineses users, that will do users management across
> machines in a LAN just work.
> We are now writing deamons in perl and guis in python as fast prototyping
> languages to have a working implementation to be installed and tested
> (mainly in Breza's Internet Point). Future plans may include integration
> of gui apps in major desktop environments and documents of protocols
> standardization writing.
> Here are the URLs of current snapshots:
> Other Software Required:
> Detailed dependencies can be found in gentoo ebuilds from
> Here is a brief listing:
> - python
> - pyqt
> - qt
> - perl
> - ssl perl wrapper
> - ldap
> - ldap perl wrapper
> - pam
> - kde (as required installed environment, be we don't depend on kdelibs
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