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Can anyone recommend a good membership registry script written in PHP
with mysql support? What I need is something that will keep track of
(at minimum):
- members and their addresses
- membership fees

Additional information that I could use:
- store information about their pets (with family tree for pets)
- extend the monetary side by allowing donations to be registered
- extend the monetary side by allowing expenses to be rgistered

Optionally, these can be separate systems, but then I'd need to glue
them together. Freeware takes precedence ofcourse.

/Marcin

Jul 16 '05 #1
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Marcin Dobrucki wrote:

Can anyone recommend a good membership registry script written in PHP
with mysql support? What I need is something that will keep track of
(at minimum):
- members and their addresses
- membership fees

Additional information that I could use:
- store information about their pets (with family tree for pets)
- extend the monetary side by allowing donations to be registered
- extend the monetary side by allowing expenses to be rgistered

Optionally, these can be separate systems, but then I'd need to glue
them together. Freeware takes precedence ofcourse.

/Marcin


Oh come on, Marcin: build it yourself.

I think you loose more time glueing together existing systems than code it
from scratch, really.
Safe yourself the headage, and draw the database yourself.
It sounds all straightforward.
If you cannot code it yourself, get some local PHP-kid to do it for you.
They are glad to have some work nowadays anyway.

Good luck,
Erwin
Jul 16 '05 #2

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Erwin Moller wrote:
Oh come on, Marcin: build it yourself.

I think you loose more time glueing together existing systems than code it
from scratch, really.
Safe yourself the headage, and draw the database yourself.
It sounds all straightforward.
If you cannot code it yourself, get some local PHP-kid to do it for you.
They are glad to have some work nowadays anyway.


I would do it myself, as I have done with some other stuff, but
frankly, I am a bit scarce on time. Besides, if there is a system like
that, why reinvent the wheel?

One would think that someone has written a good deal of member
registers already, the same as there are so many various message boards
available.

/Marcin

Jul 16 '05 #3

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