2006/10/19, Kirk Lowery <
empirical humanist gmail com>:
On 10/19/06, Michel Di Croci <
michel dicroci gmail com> wrote:Yes, this may be the best solution. I'm not dissatisfied with Bookmark4u. So I don't need to reimplement it; I don't need (at this point) new features. So it seems (in the absence of the existence of an actively maintained bookmarker server) the best solution will be to port it to PHP5. I can do that. I was just hoping I didn't have to spend the time learning PHP, and more, the differences between 4 & 5. I'm an academic programmer (meaning I learn what I need to accomplish my tasks) and am more comfortable with python, ruby and the like and don't normally use PHP. Oh, well. Another item for my CV... ;-)
2006/10/19, Kirk Lowery <empirical humanist gmail com>:
A do it yourself could be made. It would only require a DB and a simple
PHP script. It would requires a development of about 30 hours from a
small evaluation on my side and you will be able to put the features
you want and the search engine you need. Also you could export it
easily to different format that would allow you to import it in Firefox
or Epiphany or whatever you use. There is so much of possibilities from a development side.
On 10/19/06, Matt Davey <mcdavey mrao cam ac uk> wrote:
-- Ah, yes. I should have mentioned one of my requirements: I need to have control over the server. So I need server *software* to run on my own machine...
On Thu, 2006-10-19 at 10:08 -0400, Mark Haney wrote:
> Kirk Lowery wrote:
> > For several years I've been using Bookmark4u, a PHP-4/MySQL-based
> > bookmark manager, running it on my own webserver. There's been no
> > update for more than three years and it's abandonware. No problem,
> > except that moving to PHP5 breaks it.
> > I've been looking around, but there doesn't seem to be any actively
> > maintained bookmark server out there. I've looked at Bookmark Manager
> > (BKM), but that, too, is two years out of date.
> > What are folks using these days?
> > TIA!
> > Kirk
> I don't know about everyone else, but I've really like the Google
> BrowserSync Firefox extension. I'm not entirely sure what you use your
> BM manager for, so this may not be an appropriate suggestion, but it
> works really well.
I use onlinebookmarkmanager.com and am pretty happy with it.
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You can start with the already done development of BookMark4u.
Thanks for the suggestion.
Why don't you use ruby on rails?