The truth about my life

Wed, 06 Dec 2006

The last time I blogged about one of my projects, it's likely the first time though, I talked about Webfax, a PHP frontend to some utilities found in Hylafax.

Okay, Webfax is written in old-fashioned PHP. There's a great mess of PHP source embedded in HTML, and there are many rough edges behind the implementation. I drew up a plan and I'm willing to recover the project again. The list of todo includes, but not limited to:

  • Use PHP5 semi-object-oriented features where possible.
  • Switching to templates (Smarty? HTML_Template_IT? Flux?) proper. More on that later.
  • Support for localization, so people can translate the user interface to their native language.
  • Add some Ajaxy bling (this is for the calendar HTML widget -- boy, that was a real hack)

Most of what I'm planning is user interface related so if you feel like coding in new fashioned PHP, you can get your hands dirty with HTML and CSS, you hate Javascript as much as I do, drop me a line. We have everything in place that's needed for a project: mailing lists, a jabber server, Subversion repository and Trac (wiki and ticket system).

For the curious, it's GPL, of course.

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