erangell at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 12:27:26 EST 2018
Evan and I were looking at Snipe-It as a solution for maintaining an
inventory of the items in the museum and warehouse. I did some work
configuring it by adding custom fields, but it looks like additional coding
will be needed to customize the UI to meet VCF requirements. Unfortunately
I haven't had the time lately to devote to this effort. I was able to get
it to run from a docker container but have not modified the underlying code.
I will be at Festivus if anyone wants to discuss the project and how we can
collaborate to make it work. Look for the Apple //c+ games to find me.
erangell at gmail.com
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> Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 20:38:01 -0500
> From: dillera at gmail.com
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> No photo- the photo is at the link I posted.
> So was my college - UMCP (university of MD @ College Park) I actually had
> 2 IBM RTs - that had the original ROMP RISC chip, pre-POWER. They were in
> an instructors closet (the were old by the time even I was there) and they
> had the SystemV Academic Version of UNIX - not AIX. Of course they are long
> gone from me.. really should have kept that one.
> The asset management app is really nice - Snipe-IT -
> https://snipeitapp.com/ and code is https://github.com/snipe/snipe-it
> I looked for a long time and it's the nicest totally free, linux/php/mysql
> based package out there. I've used it with their vagrant install to play
> around with on my mac, and then just set it up on a small linux server I
> keep around. There are USB scanners on amazon for $20 and a set of 500
> asset bar-code tags for like $10 I think. It works very nicely.
> > On Nov 28, 2018, at 1:43 PM, Jameel Akari via vcf-midatlantic <
> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> > If you attached/embedded a photo, I think it got stripped from the
> mailing list.
> > Nice, I'm also into 90's *nix workstations. My college was deep into
> IBM, so as a result of working in the buildings where we threw out
> machines, I have a pretty deep stack of RS/6000s and parts. ;) Also SGI,
> Sun, and DEC. I feel like I need an HP PA-RISC box to round it out.
> > What are you using for your asset-management app? I keep meaning to
> write something to keep inventory...
> > --
> > Jameel Akari
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