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perspectives on open-source and web services

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

good model

I like this systinet approach. my favorite OS model might be this one - using an OS project to generate buzz, interest, demand, and sales in another commercial product. I've thought the lamp5 approach could be very similar - creating a lamp5:Lumata::php:Zend relationship. and I think a lamp5 add-on to phpeclipse would be a cool OS project as well. though I think the core lamp5 framework will be the coolest. even if Lumata's commercial interests go down the tubes, I'd like to see an OS project like lamp5 take off so I can use it in consulting work.

1 Comments:

At 6/11/2005 2:43 PM, Blogger Matt Crouch said...

Feel bad for not commenting in so long, but maybe it'll get you to post more if I do:

1) PHPEclipse might be doing what you want with that. Haven't looked in on them in awhile ... ZDE pretty much pwns eclipse for me.

2) As I think more about Lamp5, I see more overlap with various PEAR libraries. PEAR::XML_* .PEAR::SOAP, ... some of these things

Maybe Lamp5 is just an Uber-PEAR, or a XAMPP style installer for PHP5 prebuilt with the necessary libs for ws, and some custom libs for website RAD

PS: wanted to expand the phc site into XenCart (a.k.a. ODR, if you remember what that stood for), but This kickass project took half of that name ... hm.

 

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