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Shezhu Resource Sharing System

The Shezhu Resource Sharing System is an application for scheduling and booking shared resources such as rooms and equipment. The client only needs a modern Web browser. It has a user friendly point and click interface, visual filters for making block/repeat bookings, concurrent users and double booking prevention, allows local site customization, and supports configurable academic term/semester blocks.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Feb 2008 18:22

    Release Notes: This release adds minor changes to RPM spec file creation, supporting Fedora packaging conventions.

    •  11 Jan 2008 18:24

      Release Notes: This release supports Apache 2.2 (default) and MySQL 5 (default). It's anchored to UTC rather than local time, making it more portable. It's licensed under GPLv3.

      •  27 Jan 2006 14:21

        Release Notes: This release adds support for Apache2 and multi-site installations, internal restructuring, a better installation tree, and improved access control management.

        •  11 Apr 2005 17:27

          Release Notes: A more powerful date mapping syntax. Academic blocks (term, semester, and session) are created dynamically. A new session/year block. Minor bugfixes and enhancements. The build and runtime requirements have been simplified so that a first time installation can be up and running more easily. Other maintenance improvements resulting in support for additional browsers (specifically Konqueror and Opera).

          •  01 Nov 2004 18:38

            Release Notes: A bug introduced in 1.14 that exposed a double booking hole that would only have occurred when using the new CGI Connector or Internet Explorer has been fixed.


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