File Browser / shared domain tool

http://usor.lerao.com/
username:demo
password:demo

I have been working on this for about two months for the University of
Cincinnati. We are planning on releasing the project open source when
it is
more complete.
I need to port alot of things to a more general way of doing things and
refactor alot of code so this should get better daily.

There are some prieview images at my blog http://longint.net/Blog/?p=15

Currently it is just a file browser, it uses ajax has drag and drop and
upload with progress the whole bit.
The theme other than the banner was done by Ian Monk. other than that
i’ve
done it all myself.

Try it out e-mail me if or when it breaks, i hope you like it.

http://usor.lerao.com/
username:demo
password:demo

I have been working on this for about two months for the University of
Cincinnati. We are planning on releasing the project open source when
it is
more complete.
I need to port alot of things to a more general way of doing things and
re
factor alot of code so this should get better daily.

There are some preview images at my blog http://longint.net/Blog/?p=15

Currently it is just a file browser, it uses ajax has drag and drop and
upload with progress the whole bit.
The theme other than the banner was done by Ian Monk. other than that
i’ve
done it all myself.

Try it out e-mail me if or when it breaks, i hope you like it.

Ryan McGovern
UCIT Public Computer Labs
Lab assistant / “web guy”
412a Teachers College
513-556-2418

It’s nice. If you wanted to open source it, you might consider
reimplementing it without a database and in why’s camping framework
(which is extremely rails-like, but much smaller). It could then be
suitable for a PHP-like drop-in CGI application on a shared hosting
account, where one would just set the username and password in a
config file.

http://camping.rubyforge.org/files/README.html

        - dan


Dan K. mailto:[email protected]
http://www.dankohn.com/ tel:+1-415-233-1000

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