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Re: open-source admin tools

Thanks all for the contribution.
 I made a list (yes, I did!) With the name of all these (including
those also found by own research).
How were different, I will distribute the task of testing my team
also. Have an opinion with so many variables is quite complicated =)
Thanks all.

[PS: I use Google traductor =D]
Raul Libório
Linux user#4444581
Brazil, Salvador-BA

"The bug is on the table."

On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 6:11 AM, Mustafa A. Hashmi <mahashmi@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 12:01 AM, Raul Libório <rauhmaru@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I wonder which of you are the best open-source tools to maintain a
>> database, which currently are the best if they leave ...
>> I want to integrate environment, leave everything tied in (LDAP proxy,
>> samba, e-mail clients, asterisk, joomla!)
>> I see much talk of phpldapadmin, it is that all who speak it?
> Hopefully this won't come off as self-marketing, however, we have been
> working on a product along similar lines for a while now. The product
> is called "Zivios" and is  available here: http://www.zivios.org. Read
> a bit about it (especially the blog if you want to checkout some
> screens of the coming release) and see if it makes sense for you. It's
> open-source and extending it for joomla, would be fairly trivial.
> Do note that the current release is not production ready, however
> maybe you would be interested enough to keep an eye on it.
> Cheers,
> Mustafa.