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Info about the statutory events applications

What you are seeing here is the fourth release of a general web application tool for AEGEE statutory meetings. Valuable insight and experience was initially provided by the organizers of the AGORA in Utrecht (Spring 2000), the PM Szeged (Autumn 2000) and PM Enschede (Spring 2003) as well as by all organizers and chair teams that have been using the system.
For the PM in Enschede (Spring 2003) the application has been fully rewritten, and extended with an administrative interface for organizers and chair team to manage all the applications, and register participants online upon arrival.
AGORAs differ from normal events in that group applications - as opposed to individual applications - have to be taken care of; this implies the need for local boards to be able to review and change a submitted application during the application phase.
PMs and EBMs differ from normal events in that workshop assignments (either based on one or two time slots) are directly linked to each individual application.
The application data are stored using the freely available SQL database server "MySQL" and the "PHP" scripting language. The connection with the aegee.org accounts is done using the "LDAP" protocol.

Webmaster & suggestions

The first application software has been written by Philipp von Klitzing. For the PM Enschede (Spring 2003) it has been totally rewritten by Wim van Ravesteijn. For suggestions feel free to contact the webmaster.

In case you find bugs, or have a request for a new feature, use the AEGEE bug tracker.

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