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Mioga

http://www.club-mioga.org/
Mioga is a groupware application suitable for intranet use. All the functionality of Mioga can be reached through any HTML browser. The interface is designed with HTML templates which allow the look and feel and the ergonomics of Mioga to be fully and easily customizable. It is written in Perl and uses a PostgreSQL database. It uses DAV for file management, providing you with a complete DAV workspace with Mioga user access controls (ACLs). Mioga includes the followig applications: file manager, organizer, todo tasks, shared folders (with version control), forms, intranet search, and administration tool.


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released on 5 May 2003

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GPLv2Janet Casey7 April 2003



Leaders and contributors

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Gilles Polart-DonatMaintainer


Resources and communication

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Support E-mail mailto:info@club-mioga.org


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Required to use Perl

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 May 2005.



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