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- Name: PatientWire? (see http://www.patientwire.com/ and
- Description: A Patient Relationship Management system for Eye Care
Professionals (see the website for more info)
- Tools and Architecture: PostgreSQL, Webware, Cheetah, PSP, Linux,
Apache (mod_ssl, mod_rewrite, mod_proxy, mod_webkit,
- Time and Effort: About 1.5 person years (ChuckEsterbrook,
TavisRudd?, GeoffTalvola, and several others).
--TavisRudd? - 01 Mar 2003
- Name: Redsys
- Description: A content management system for our online database
- Tools and Architecture: HTMLgen, Linux, Apache
- Time and Effort: About one person year up to now
- The project was abandoned in July 2002 due to organizational changes.
-- AlbertBrandl? - 09 Nov 2001
- The Monkey, a content management system (CMS)
- Provides through-the-web CMS including documents, indexes,
categories, publishing to FTP and SSH, templating, user management,
- Tools and Architecture: WebKit, UserKit, MiddleKit, Cheetah,
MySQL, Apache, Linux
- Time and effort: Multiple people on the project since early fall
- The Monkey is entirely funded and owned by http://HFD.com/ which
rents the Monkey to clients. HFD also does original web design. HFD
has funded some of the development of Webware via the Monkey
-- ChuckEsterbrook - 09 Nov 2001
- Name: Juhe
- Description: A membership management system for the Austrian Youth
- Tools and Architecture: WebKit, HTMLgen, ReportLab?, PostgreSQL,
mod_python, Apache, Linux
- Time and Effort: started in early spring 2001 using a CGI
environment, ported to Webware in august 2001, went online on 29 Oct
2001, 1 programmer, 1 webdesigner, various supporters in design
- about 50 users, will increase
- Not public accessible, sorry
-- AndiPoisel? - 11 Nov 2001
- ongoing port of [[http://www.calrudd.com]] & its admin site from PHP
- Description: An online portfolio for Calrudd Construction
- Tools and Architecture: WebKit_(from WebwareExpRefactoring),
Cheetah, Apache, mod_rewrite, mod_ssl, PostgreSQL / psycopg,
FreeBSD? (plus Photoshop, ImageMagick? and PIL)
- Time and Effort: online in various incarnations since
1998. Currently in PHP. 1 programmer/designer, plus several
photographers and writers.
- The port is not in production use yet. I'll update this when it's
-- TavisRudd? - 23 Sept 2002
- PixelWolf: our in-house content management system
- manages access to and metadata about www.calrudd.com's 2000+ photos
and vector graphics, plus more than 11000 auto-derived versions of
the photos (various sizes and resolutions for Web viewing)
- Tools and Architecture: WebKit (from WebwareExpRefactoring),
Cheetah, Apache, mod_rewrite, mod_ssl, PostgreSQl / psycopg, SuSE?
Linux, rsync, ImageMagick?, Python Image Library
- integrates with Windows XP desktops via samba and some symlink magic
on the server side
- Time and Effort: operational since Feb 2002. 2 months for 1
programmer/designer. The content comes from several professional
-- TavisRudd? - 19 Mar 2002
- ongoing in-house development of an intranet/extranet for Parlance
Corporation and its customers
- technologies: Windows 2000, Apache w/ mod_ssl, SQL Server 2000 via
ADO, XML-RPC, 3rd-party charting software
- uses XML-RPC to receive periodic "heartbeat" status updates and
other information from NameConnector</nop> (tm) systems in the field
- data received via XML-RPC is combined with other sources of data to
generate reports with HTML+CSS
- various other management tools exposed via web site
- sorry, it's not a public site
-- GeoffTalvola - 03 Dec 2001
- 2- and 3-dimensional interactive online data modeling web site
- 100% pure Python developed on NT, running on Linux virtual server
- Developed to change from GUI to Web application
- uses Cheetah and Webware
- home of psycopg (a Python DB module for PostgreSQL) and several other Open Source projects
- 'up and running in a single night'
- Communication Sciences' WebCalls?
- Description: Web based interface to allow clients to access analyzed
- This is the start of a port of a complex Windows based application
to the web.
- Initially prototyped as Java Servlets, moved to Python to speed
- Sorry, You must be a Communication Sciences client to access the site.
-- AaronHeld? - 21 Jan 2002
- Neosynapse All products use Webware for their user interface
- Products include a full-feature billing system for medium sized
businesses, an IP allocation management system for large network
operators, and a permissions management system.
- Uses: Webware, Apache, PostgreSQL, and other product-specific components
- User interface implemented entirely in PSP
- In production now, under active development
-- DavidCasti? - 17 Apr 2002
- Targetted at installers of remote car starters and security systems
- Contains database of wiring information for vehicles, remote car
starters and security systems
- Uses a complex algorithm to quote installations of starters or
security systems, producing a cost estimate listing all extra parts
(relays,diodes,etc) required to do the job and detailing how to do
- Uses: WebKit, MiddleKit (with modifications), FormKit?, Servlets,
PSPs, Apache, MySQL
-- JasonHildebrand? - 20 Sep 2002
I (my company, Burke -Madrid, Spain-) am working in some applications,
which are in beta now:
- One is an application generator. It uses Webware as the http
front-end. It is being used in the Ministerio de Justicia for User
- Others are written ad-hoc. They are related to Criminal records and
Last wills tracking.
-- MarcosSanchezProvencio? - 27 Sep 2002
The dynamic parts and the administration tools of these websites use
Webware / Cheetah / PostgreSQL / psycopg / Apache. All of them were
developed and are running on Linux machines. I am currently porting
the administration tool for www.dmvoe.at and www.edirect.at from
PHP to the same combination adding an e-mail newsletter tool. The
websites will follow.
-- AndiPoisel? - 11 Oct 2002
- Name: Stockton-Taylor Music http://www.stocktontaylormusic.com<br/>
Additional web address http://www.e-stm.com
- Descr: Web site for music publishing business. Choral and church
music only. Searchable catalog of music. Ability to view samples
of music and lyrics. Ability to hear selected audio samples.
On-line ordering but no on-line payments.
- Tools: Linux (debian), Apache, MySql, Webware, WebKit, Python,
PSP, Servlets, mod_rewrite, mod_python. Most pages are done in PSP.
Some static pages. No use of CGI.
- Effort: One person, working most nights, for about three months.
- NOTE: As of 11 Nov 2002, the web site has been deployed in a
severely limited version. Currently waiting on data entry by the
users. As data becomes available, the full functionality of the web
site will be turned on.
- UPDATE: 20 Nov 2002, will be enabling user registration. This
feature will allow notification of activation of additional web site
features to be sent to users. Stay tuned, I will post updates on
-- TacticalJack? -- 20 Nov 2002
- Tablet Hotels, Unique Hotels for Global Nomads
- For-profit service to reserve luxury and boutique hotels at great rates.
- Webware, Apache2, MySQL, qmail, Linux
- Serves hundreds of requests per second
- Converted from an original WebLogic? JSP architecture to Webware servlets - new enhancements are much faster in Python!
-- BenParker? - 05 Sep 2003
- My home turf home of the PyDiddy? WikiWeb?.
- totally done with Webware
- time and effort involved was much, as it was my first WW project
- it is for-fun
- Normal Mailorder
- Normal Mailorder is a very cool german record shop specialized in
all kinds of alternative, independent music from pop to hiphop.
- I developed the online shop, which is of course done with solely
with Webware. The database backend is abstracted by use of
SQLObject , which saved my a** because MySQL proved to be too
unstable and I had to switch to PostreSQL? really fast. Thanks to
SQLObject this required only the change of just a single line in the
- There was quite some time and effort involved in doing it, but it
would not only have taken much longer to develop without Webware: a
lot of things would have been near impossible for a single guy team.
- this was in part a commercial job.
-- FrankBarknecht? - 01 Dec 2003
- Instantly generated detailed report in pdf format of a person's
destiny as predicted by the ancient Chinese art of fortune telling
known as BaZi or the Four Pillars of Destiny.
- Uses Webware, FunFormKit, Apache with mod_webkit, mod_rewrite,
MySQL, ReportLab, PIL
- Time and effort: 1 BaZi master and 1 programmer took 1 year. The
site is up now.
-- PakCheongBoey? -28 Feb 2004
- Online scrabble game (french) with more than thousand players
- Uses Cheetah for template, TwistedMatrix for server
- All my static websites uses Cheetah for templates and DocUtils for text
- The config files of the server (courier, exim, proftpd, apache,
bind) are generated with Cheetah
- source code available in GPL for people who ask (no documentation yet)
-- WilliamDode? - 17 Mar 2004
- company website (in Czech only)
- Using WebKit and customized mod_python adapter to serve dynamic content
while behaving like static site (to allow simple wget -R mirroring)
- also some internal agenda (mail server administration tool, simple CRM tool).
- Czech webzine on travelling (in Czech only)
- Using WebKit + CheetahTemplate? to serve dynamic content from PostgreSQL (using psycopg?)
-- Veros? - 7 Dec 2005
- Dynamic "eDialogues" that provide marketing-specific applications to
deliver online conversations and generated "warm", profiled leads
- All internool tools and live eDialogues built with Webware/Cheetah/SQLObject
-- TracyRuggles? - 15 Dec 2004
- Since Feb 2004, the "Dangerous Materials Registry Information System" (DaMaRIS)
is available for universities and companies via a spin-off company from the
Heidelberg University (so far, only for the German market).
- The system is based on Webware for Python, Reportlab, Apache and PostgreSQL.
- Access to a demo-system can be provided.
-- ChrisZwerschke - 09 Sep 2005
- Corporative site for multimedia-publisher (CDROMs, DVDs, etc.)
- Webware for Python, Apache 1.3 (mod_webkit, mod_rewrite), Cheetah templates,
- Main language - Russian, but a small English version is also available via http://www.iddk.ru/en/
- Online multimedia shop (CDROMs, DVDs, Audio-CDs)
- Webware for Python, Apache 1.3 (mod_webkit, mod_rewrite), Cheetah templates,
- Only Russian version is now available
-- OlegMamontov? - 05 Dec 2005
- Corp. site for webhosting company
- Webware for Python, Apache 2, (mod_webkit, mod_rewrite), PgSQL, XML/XSLT
- Site is in German
-- CorneliusBolten? - 18 Jan 2007
- On line newspaper
- Webware for python, Apache 1.3 (mod_webkit, mod_rewrite), WebKit, Kid templates, FirebirdSql
- Site is in Spanish
-- Oscar Kuchuk? -- May 2007
- Web services for Omnis developers, plus embedded products for clients
- Webware for python, Apache 2 (mod_webkit, mod_rewrite), WebKit
- Original deployment was in 2004 using WebKit.cgi and Apache 1.x. Have installed Webware+our products on Redhat, Centos, and Mac OS X.
-- Mark Phillips -- December 2007