[lug] simple web-based address manager

Matt Poepping matt.poepping at gmail.com
Tue May 17 13:53:20 MDT 2005

It would probally be easier to just write something like that, then look for 
something pre-made. As you already found out, all the pre-made stuff is 
usually huge.

Let me know if you want any help with it, it shouldn't take that long to 


On 5/17/05, Rick Casey <rick at rickcasey.net> wrote:
> I am searching for a PHP-MySQL open source app that does a simple thing
> well: manage a membership list. My needs are simple: 1) input forms for
> contact info, 2) connect to SQL db, 3) export a CSV text file we use to
> ship to printers, etc. 4) open source, so I can tweak it if necessary.
> I've found so many overkill examples at SourceForge, many of which seem
> directed at "enterprise-level" (suggesting their software is capable of
> handling starship-sized demands, I suppose; but when was the last you were
> on a starship though?) All I need is a simple, user-friendly app that any
> non-profit organization could use. I'm trying to steer clear of committing
> ourselves to a "free" online service like Plaxo, etc.
> If anybody knows of anything like this, would love to hear from you.
> Thanks....
> Rick Casey
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