[hackerspaces] A simple CRM for hackerspaces

Edward L Platt elplatt at i3detroit.com
Mon Aug 8 17:25:04 CEST 2011

Glad to hear it seems useful!  Actually, there is a "reset password" link in
the upper right that will send a password reset link to the user's email
address.  Coordinating credentials between different systems has been a huge
hurdle for us at i3, and I'd love to hear any elegant solutions you (or
anyone else) has found.

Edward L. Platt
i3 Detroit: i3detroit.com
Cell: 248.320.5061

On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Rhys Rhaven <rhys at rhavenindustrys.com>wrote:

> **
> I have been looking for something specifically like this for a very long
> time. I notice you don't have a way for a user to log in and change their
> password, or passwords at all. With a central password changing portal,
> gluecode could be written to copy that password into all systems like
> wikis/blogs/etc.
> On 08/05/2011 02:27 PM, Edward L Platt wrote:
> I'm writing to announce Seltzer CRM, developed at i3 Detroit.  It's been
> growing with us over the past couple years and we thought it might be useful
> to some of the other spaces out there.  It's a simple web app (LAMP stack)
> that we use for the following:
> * Tracking member contact and emergency contact info
> * Tracking membership levels
> * Tracking keycards
>  Why did we write our own CRM?  The existing ones we looked at were very
> complex, and we wanted something that would be useful to all of our
> members/directors/volunteers without extensive training.  We also wanted
> something with a small enough code base that our dev types could hack on it.
>  So far we've found it quite useful.
>  You can try a demo here:
> http://elplatt.com/seltzertest (user: admin, pass: beexcellent)
>  And the code is on github:
> http://github.com/elplatt/seltzer
>  Happy Hacking,
> -Ed
> --
> Edward L. Platt
> Director at Large, i3 Detroit
> i3 Detroit: i3detroit.com
> Homepage: elplatt.com
> Cell: 248.320.5061
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