Op 2/11/10 3:48 PM, Teus Benschop schreef:
>> On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 09:27 -0500, Bastien Koert wrote:
>> Could the app be converted to an Adobe AIR app or use PHPdock (
>> http://www.nusphere.com/products/phpdock.htm ) to run local? There are
>> a number of security issues that surround installing a webserver and a
>> database locally on a users machine that may become issues.
> It probably could be converted into a local application using these
> technologies, interesting technologies, by the way. The snag that will
> be hit though is that the application is licensed under the GPL v 3.
> Both tools you mention are closed source, I believe, and in addition I
> am not sure whether these work for Windows only, leaving Mac and Unix
> out. Will contributors to the applications be willing to buy the
> technologies? The security issues that you mention should be taken
> seriously. Teus.

Adobe AIR is a free platform - incl. a free SDK, it runs on Win, Mac and Linux.
AFAICT there is no restriction for developing GPL code that runs on the Air
platform ... obviously you'll not be using PHP inside Air - javascript and/or
actionscript would be the language in which the app logic is written.


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