Unimaginatively-named Attendance 1.8.0

Unimaginatively-named Attendance is a Web application for taking and tracking attendance records online.

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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
Sam Clippinger
ROOT \ Information Management
Unimaginatively-named Attendance tool was originally created to provide attendance tracking for a scout troop but is actually completely free of anything scout-specific. Unimaginatively-named Attendance is perfect for tracking attendance for any type of group.

Here are some key features of "Attendance":

The roster of names is stored separate from the attendance records so names are only entered once.
Each name on the roster has an associated "type" (available types are user-configurable) so that each "type" is grouped together in reports for easy viewing.
Birthdays are tracked and notifications appear when a birthday is coming up or has just passed.
Each attendance record can have any number of attributes. For example, the administrator could define an attribute named "late". As records are input, "late" will appear as a checkbox next to each person's name. When the box is checked, it will be tabulated in the reports next to the record of present/not present.
Several reports are available to provide different summaries of the data from "when was each person last seen" to full percentage listings of each person's attendance record.
The interface is usable from PDAs and "smart phones". It has been extensively tested on a Treo 600.
A permission-based login system allows three levels of access:
"View only" access allows the user to view attendance records and generate reports but not to edit any data.
"Editor" access allows the user to define new events and create/edit attendance records but not to alter the roster, the event types, the attributes or logins.
"Admin" access allows the user complete access to all data.


MySQL 3.23 or later.

What's New in This Release:

This version adds protection to all forms to prevent double submission due to accidentally refreshing the page.
Most of the other changes are code refactoring and minor bugfixes.

Last updated on May 2nd, 2006

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