Programming - Tools and Procedures
Revision as of 09:37, 12 January 2022 by John Bray
From Post-Its on a wall to fancy database-driven scheduling systems, there are many tools and procedures that are useful to the programming wrangler. Don't hesitate to ask others what processes work best for them.
- Zambia: An open-source MySQL/PHP based scheduling tool used by over a dozen conventions.
- Grenadine: A commercial system which provides scheduling, registration, publication, and many other functions. Its origins are fan-based, but the price is now out of reach for most volunteer-based non-profit events. It was used by Boskone through 2022, but that convention plans to replace it after then.
- Comprehension Convention Engine: A Volunteer Provided Convention Tool for Volunteer Run Conventions Using Microsoft Office
- Pentabarf: A Ruby and PL/pgSQL based scheduling tool developed for non sf conferences featuring authors of papers giving presentations. It was used by Balticon prior to 2018.