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   * handicap accessability ["DebianNPAccessability"]    * handicap accessability [[DebianNPAccessability]]
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     * Then Evolution won't do as mail application
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   * ASP style services (opengroupware.org integration with ximian evolution contact database, calendars, etc. provide easy website CMS creation, mailing lists, email addresses with existing ["ISPs"] that provide these services to non-profits and activists, centralized and encrypted backup)    * ASP style services (opengroupware.org integration with ximian evolution contact database, calendars, etc. provide easy website CMS creation, mailing lists, email addresses with existing [[ISPs]] that provide these services to non-profits and activists, centralized and encrypted backup)
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   * Databases: ["DebianNPDatabases"]    * Databases: [[DebianNPDatabases]]
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   * Documentation: ["DebianNPDocumentation"]    * Documentation: [[DebianNPDocumentation]]
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 * A separate server version? ["DebianNPServer"] - a client side version could try and determine, with one or two quetions, if it would make sense to do a thin-client model, based on the hardware, or do a regular harddrive installation.    * Software for mass e-mailing member newsletters
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*A CD version of the OS which can optionally (at the NGO's choosing)boot straight into a fully-functional web application complete with database and as much functionality as their inter/intranet site(if possible) .This is in addition to the standard open office tools within the OS.This will allow  field staff with limited or non-existant net connections access to important information. This can optionally be called an 'Electronic Toolkit for Field Staff'.    * Good HTML editor or other way to maintain web sites

 * A separate server version? [[DebianNPServer]] - a client side version could try and determine, with one or two questions, if it would make sense to do a thin-client model, based on the hardware, or do a regular harddrive installation.

*A CD version of the OS which can optionally (at the NGO's choosing) boot straight into a fully functional web application complete with database and as much functionality as their inter/intranet site (if possible) .This is in addition to the standard Open Office tools within the OS.This will allow field staff with limited or non-existant net connections access to important information. This can optionally be called an 'Electronic Toolkit for Field Staff'.

People have identified the following as things that non-profits need that can be met by this subproject:

  • handicap accessability DebianNPAccessability

  • usability on old donated equipment (can we make something that will work on a Pentium 75 with 32megs of RAM? Can we make something that will work with that hardware, but can have more features with a better processor or memory?
    • Then Evolution won't do as mail application
  • fundraising (database, mailings)
  • finances
  • ASP style services (opengroupware.org integration with ximian evolution contact database, calendars, etc. provide easy website CMS creation, mailing lists, email addresses with existing ?ISPs that provide these services to non-profits and activists, centralized and encrypted backup)

  • File and print sharing
  • Volunteer coordination (contact database, todo/project wiki, calendaring/scheduling)
  • Office scheduling (who will watch the desk on Tuesday? Who will be tabling at the Fair on Saturday?)
  • Live event planning/scheduling/managing/ticketing
  • Office inventory, needs, donations
  • Office suite (openoffice)
  • Web browser
  • Mail, news, addressbook client (evolution?)
  • Security
  • Journaling evaluation system (journy mapping, or results mapping) - great to have when applying for funding, or more importantly to look back and see how effectively you are accomplishing your mission.
  • Ease of use
  • Internationalization options
  • Freedom! DFSG compliance
  • Keep configuration limited or removed completely
  • Databases: DebianNPDatabases

  • Documentation: DebianNPDocumentation

  • Software for mass e-mailing member newsletters
  • Good HTML editor or other way to maintain web sites
  • A separate server version? DebianNPServer - a client side version could try and determine, with one or two questions, if it would make sense to do a thin-client model, based on the hardware, or do a regular harddrive installation.

*A CD version of the OS which can optionally (at the NGO's choosing) boot straight into a fully functional web application complete with database and as much functionality as their inter/intranet site (if possible) .This is in addition to the standard Open Office tools within the OS.This will allow field staff with limited or non-existant net connections access to important information. This can optionally be called an 'Electronic Toolkit for Field Staff'.

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