[thelist] Scheduling Software on the web

Gregory Wostrel info at gwcreative.com
Mon Mar 31 05:50:02 CST 2003

On Friday, March 28, 2003, at 05:23  PM, Nan Smith wrote:

> Hi all,
> The tiny (not for profit) summer swim and tennis club that
> I do the website for is looking for web scheduling
> software that is under $100, so the manager can schedule
> lifeguards who are sometimes teaching swim lessons,
> coaching swim team, or life guarding, and tennis staff
> doing similar jobs. There are about 30 employees that get
> scheduled (mostly high school and college kids).
> Yeah, yeah, I could create this whole thing in PHP and
> mySQL, but if a software program is out there that would
> meet our needs, I would rather get it, since we have some
> money in the budget. In my dreams, I see a program that
> would reside on the Club laptop, let the manager create
> the schedule, and then, boom, upload it to the website.
> Do any of you gurus know of such a program or do I have to
> do it?
> Nan

Hey Nan,

This one came up a few weeks ago (ok, a month ago). Someone (Rachel 
Lam) gave a link to a neat (and free) php calendar that can be changed 
via a web browser and styled via CSS. real sweet.


This is where she has it working:

Gregory Wostrel

gw at gwcreative.com
Communications and the Art of Simplicity

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