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I am writing a software for this purpose. Freeware, as I don't plan to make money with it. But I will be glad if it becomes somewhat known (appearing in the first or second pages of Google).

Could anyone review?

http://www.spirited-kb.com/

I appreciate comments and critics.
LD Send private email
Thursday, June 22, 2006
 
 
I'm curious - what did you find wrong with all the other types of similar product out there?  Or is this just for fun?
Paul Norrie Send private email
Thursday, June 22, 2006
 
 
Most of them are paid. I needed something to publish a FAQ and I decided to write this. For fun, too.

Do you know anything similar, freeware?
LD Send private email
Thursday, June 22, 2006
 
 
Just from looking at the screen shots, and I know it might be different when I download it, but it doesn't appear that it would scale well with large amounts of knowledge.  How many articles have you been able to push into it and organize effectively?  Also, once a large amount of data is pushed into it, can others who are not familiar with the system find what they are looking for?
Dan Hirsch Send private email
Sunday, June 25, 2006
 
 
Guess you're right, because this initial release lacks pagination of content and search. These are "to do" features. But it won't take long until I implement them. Thanks for the feedback.
LD Send private email
Monday, June 26, 2006
 
 
Suggestion - for screenshots use PNG instead of JPEG. PNG is "crisper" than JPEG for fonts.

I'd have to say there are a large number of PHP projects that this resembles. An example being Plone. When you first see the Plone site you might not think so but from what I have seen it is very flexible.

http://plone.org/
http://plone.org/about/sites

But if you're having fun and learning new things or reinforcing what you know why stop?
Cymen
Monday, July 03, 2006
 
 

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