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Maria Carmen Tamma
  • 36, Female
  • Tuguegarao City
  • Philippines
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Open Source for Alumni Portal
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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Wilson Oct 7, 2009.

 

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Maria Carmen Tamma left a comment for John Wilson
"By the way, i want to try drupal coz according to my friend its a nice CMS too aside from Joomla! :-)"
Dec 4, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma left a comment for John Wilson
"anything is fine to me as long as the materials used are friendly., :-) well, according to PAGASA (weather forecast) the current condition is 19 deg celsius, the northeastern monsoon affecting Luzon and we are experiencing cloudy skies with…"
Dec 4, 2009
John Wilson left a comment for Maria Carmen Tamma
"Hi Maria, How'd you ever make out with your analysis of social networking tools and cms? How's life out in the Phillipines? Gettin cold here :("
Dec 4, 2009
John Wilson left a comment for Maria Carmen Tamma
"Hi Maria, How'd you ever make out with your analysis of social networking tools and cms? How's life out in the Phillipines? Gettin cold here :("
Dec 4, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma added a gift to their profile page
Oct 26, 2009
John Wilson replied to Maria Carmen Tamma's discussion Open Source for Alumni Portal
"I would add to Michael's list and ask what are your expectations with regard to migrating collected data to your central RDBMS? Does your solution support exporting. Does your ERP support imports?"
Oct 7, 2009
Devang Solanki replied to Maria Carmen Tamma's discussion Open Source for Alumni Portal
"hi, recently i was developed alumni functionality / custom search for alumni for requiter / custom search for alumni internal batch mate search. for that i used joomla and developed that portal, let me know, any way i can support you..."
Oct 6, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma replied to Maria Carmen Tamma's discussion Open Source for Alumni Portal
"All i need is 1. Course and Year Graduated 2. Contact details 3. Their present location 4. Their occupation."
Sep 22, 2009
Michael Fienen replied to Maria Carmen Tamma's discussion Open Source for Alumni Portal
"Well, the most important questions are: - What are your needs? - What are your expectations? - What would be nice to have, but not critical? The ideas of alumni portals and alumni communities are very different. How you plan to…"
Sep 21, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma posted a discussion

Open Source for Alumni Portal

Hi Guys! Im looking for the open source software or CMS for alumni (design for college) aside from Ning of course. :-) I tried to use some CMS but im not satisfied with their features, could you help me guys to look for one? Thanks...
Sep 19, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Moving this site forward
"Hi Steve...sorry but i am not familiar with that association...i will search about it..thanks"
Jul 14, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Moving this site forward
"i guess we have to setup a webserver that we can call "OURS"..though CMS and NING is good and the purpose of this community is to interact with other web developers in order to share their ideas and suggestion for the betterment of their…"
Jul 10, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma left a comment for John Wilson
"i tried to use ning but there are some features which is not available here and i have to look a social community site which fits in our needs..and it makes me sick...because the administrators here wants to see the alumni site..though..im planning…"
Jun 9, 2009
John Wilson left a comment for Maria Carmen Tamma
"Maria, Have you considered using Ning for your social networking tool? We've begun to use it here and it seems very promising. It's the same product that this (university web developers) is built upon. And, it's free!"
Jun 9, 2009
Maria Carmen Tamma left a comment for John Wilson
"Hi John! Yes I am...I started to used dotnet since last october. am also a member of iTeam of St. paul University System (which consists of 6 school members). How about you? sop, you are specialized in CMS? do you heard about alfresco? actually, im…"
Jun 8, 2009

Profile Information

Employer?
St. Paul University Philippines
Website:
http://www.spup.edu.ph
Personal Website:
http://shienchian.blogspot.com
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
networking, web designing
What CMS are you using?
None
What department or office are you in?
Information and Communications Technology
Primary Job Responsibility
Developing a graphic design that effectively communicates the ideas being promoted by the Web site.
Number of students at your institution
5,000

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At 3:51pm on November 23, 2009, John Wilson said…
Hi Maria,

How'd you ever make out with your analysis of social networking tools and cms? How's life out in the Phillipines? Gettin cold here :(
At 2:41am on October 26, 2009, Maria Carmen Tamma added a gift to their profile…
Gift
Its so cuddly...
At 8:43am on June 9, 2009, John Wilson said…
Maria,
Have you considered using Ning for your social networking tool? We've begun to use it here and it seems very promising. It's the same product that this (university web developers) is built upon. And, it's free!
At 2:57pm on June 8, 2009, John Wilson said…
hey maria,

i just joined the asp.net group and saw your post. are you a developer as well as a designer?
 
 
 

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