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sleepsleep
Hi,
If there anyone wish to recommend me some open source Document Management System that you or your company currently using?


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Post 30 Sep 2013, 08:50
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dogman



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What do you mean? Something for composing documents, or cataloging them, or ??
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sleepsleep
a system that allow document storing, classification, retrieval, check in/out based, able to thumbnail document (office, pagemaker, coreldraw, pdf, etc popular format)first page,

with some sort of security, document encryption is not necessary

maybe a digital filing system.
Post 07 Oct 2013, 15:06
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dogman



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I guess you could use most distributed CVS systems except for the thumbnail..

fossil is great because it has a built in wiki and bug tracker. git is popular, and there are others like mercurial, svn. Many others.
Post 07 Oct 2013, 16:06
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typedef



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I'm guessing he's talking about storage/retrieval/tracking. Just like any other Management Systems out there.

I don't use any but take a look at these:

OpenKM: http://www.openkm.com/en/screenshots.html
KrystalDMS: http://sourceforge.net/projects/krystaldms/

the GUI looks congested and intimidating though Very Happy
Post 07 Oct 2013, 21:17
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dogman



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I should have known somebody would make an overcomplicated GUI shitpile for any possible task Wink
Post 08 Oct 2013, 05:57
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TmX



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Years ago, I tried to make a simple document management system, based on Drupal

Here's the tutorial:
http://cafuego.net/2009/07/11/simple-drupal-document-management-system

After hours of attempt messing with PHP, I finally gave up and abandoned the idea Laughing
Post 08 Oct 2013, 15:13
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TmX wrote:
Years ago, I tried to make a simple document management system, based on Drupal

Here's the tutorial:
http://cafuego.net/2009/07/11/simple-drupal-document-management-system

After hours of attempt messing with PHP, I finally gave up and abandoned the idea Laughing


Yeah. You were more focused on the "cool" features other than the main functionalities.

The I develop such systems is like this:

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Core System : Critical services and apps. Required to run the whole system. If one is down, the System won't run. (Implement diagnostics here)
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Other services/apps as plugins


The core System would define an internal API that all plugins and extensive apps would implement.
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sleepsleep
i added a few keywords,
cloud and backup,

i believe to achieve that solution, we need damn secure operating system,
damn secure web server, damn secure os api, damn secure user/system/applications privileges,

basically, 99% secure stuffs.

and complexity break everything,

we need simple, straight forward ideas, transparent, limited layers,

why can't we define things to work in a way we want? let everybody simplify the flow, take out whatever that redundant, make things more efficient.

trying to find some sanity in all these insanities.
Post 26 Nov 2013, 02:28
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