[Phoenix-pm] Phoenix-pm Digest, Vol 66, Issue 7
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Wed Sep 8 17:34:36 PDT 2010
That would have been me, and thank you Bryan. I was suggesting
different projects to look at for John Jackson, our most generous key
grip / youtube pm meeting poster. The type of system it sounded like
John was seeking needed to handle service based rather than product
based type transactions. Really I'm not sure if it even matters
because they should be able to be swapped. The only difference being
that John was wondering if something existed to manage/track the
individual lifespan of the services rendered activity.
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> Hi All,
> After the meeting, someone was asking for recommendations on a good
> Perl shopping cart.
> I used to use Interchange quite a bit. It's open source and has
> been around for over a decade (under different names) but is still
> actively developed. It used to be maintained by Red Hat but is now
> community maintained and on github.
> >From the about page:
> At its core, Interchange is a flexible and high-performance
> application server that handles state and session management,
> authentication, click trails, filtering, URL encoding, security
> policy, and much more.
> Interchange is well suited for a variety of purposes, and has been
> set up to perform sales, order processing, content management,
> customer service, reporting and analysis, personalization,
> traditional retail sales, digital goods delivery, B2B parts re-
> ordering, auctions, order status checking, supply chain management,
> project management, online collaboration, and even an MP3 jukebox.
> Hope this helps,
> Bryan Gmyrek
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