I'm new to the OpenACS community and I am psyched about the
potential it offers. I'm somewhat a veteran of Tcl (provided DnD Tcl
components for Delphi at http://tslc.sourceforge.net ) and have
reasonable degree of faith in the combined
I think it's safe to say that being a software engineer I'm
conditioned to searching high and low for engineering solutions that
fit the need of the day. Unfortunately, the discovery process often
extends beyond the period of a dog's life<g>. In the context of
OpenACS, I was hoping to arrive at a repository of wicked cool
packages that I could incorporate into web based business solutions.
I'm not finding too much either on the site or searching Yahoo and
Deja. Perhaps I don't know what to look for. That said, I'm rolling
through the ecommerce package and I'm impressed with its features.
I have the following questions. Is there a pretty page of package
descriptions that I can peruse? If not, are there plans to do so? Am
I out of place in suggesting the OpenACS web site is a tad
disjointed? (OpenACS has a "designed by an engineer" look-n-feel. I'm
guilty of the same.) Furthermore, will RedHat commandeer the ACS
roots and would it be better to look there instead of OpenACS?
Grateful for Open Source and the generosity of it's authors,