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version 1.0beta1 on May 31st, 2011

Mootiro Form

Mootiro Form is a web application for web form creation, collection of entries and report generation.

Mootiro is an effort by [IT3S](www.it3s.org) to build web tools for non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

The license is BSD. See the file LICENSE.txt

Technical Instructions

Mootiro Form is a web app built on top of Python, Pyramid, SQLAlchemy, Genshi, JQuery and other libraries.

Installation follows pretty much the same instructions as any Pyramid web app.

Specific settings are covered in the INSTALL.txt file.

Installation instructions


### Operating System ###

Mootiro Form should run fine on Linux (recommended), Unix and Mac OS.

All development has been done under Linux, but deploying on Windows should work if the required libraries are available.

### Python ###

Python 2.7 or higher is required. __Python 3 is not supported yet.__

We recommend using virtualenv for installing the necessary libraries. On Ubuntu Natty, you can install them with sudo apt-get install python-setuptools

### Database ###

  • PostgreSQL 8 or 9 (recommended)
    • Make sure to install the psycopg2 library. On Ubuntu Natty, you can install it with sudo apt-get install python-psycopg2
  • SQLite 3

### HTTP Server ###

We recommend using Apache with mod_wsgi, but theoretically, any server supporting [WSGI](http://wsgi.org) interface should do fine.

Apache can be installed on Ubuntu Natty with sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-wsgi

  • Initial version

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Last updated May 31st, 2011

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