Kronophobia (otherwise known as Chronophobia - the
fear of time)
The aim of this project is to provide an Open Source,
web enabled school calendaring system that is event based, has a lot of features,
is easily and intuitively used and managed and runs on any *NIX
Please sign our Guestbook to give us better info on how to improve.
08/28/2003 @ 5:15 PM -
Kronophobia 1.1-r3 (Release 3) is out. This time around we fixed a pretty nasty login bug that affected only OpenBSD or chrooted
systems it seems. We renamed one of our classes because it was conflicting with a nested array of the same name. We also fixed
another bug in event addition where athletic events were not given proper name suggestions depending on whether they were local or
away games. Development for release 1.2 continues in earnest with significant updates to reports and other sections. Keep your
eyes peeled here for more news as it becomes available. As always, upgrade to the latest release because the system will run smoother,
08/26/2003 @ 5:28 PM -
Kronophobia 1.1-r2 (Release 2) is out. We found several very annoying bugs including some bugs that broke the installation
in 1.1 and rendered the program useless. I apologize for this. I did not have enough time to test this release before getting it
out and I should have waited another day. Make sure to get an updated copy from the download page. If you already upgraded from
1.0 DO NOT run the upgrade script again, it shouldn't break stuff but you never know. ;-)
08/24/2003 @ 4:09 PM -
Kronophobia 1.1 is out today. Lots of bug fixes are in this release as well as several very useful new features. Make sure
to check out the Future Plans section for a complete update of what changed. This release is a LOT better than 1.0 so I strongly
recommend that anyone using Kronophobia upgrade as soon as possible. You can also find the upgrade instructions on the Downloads page.
08/18/2003 @ 3:04 PM -
I just uploaded kronophobia-1.0-r2 which is our third release of 1.0. It has significant bugfixes. The previous
uploaded build did not work and the install would always fail. This one fixes that problem and many other small
bugs found during testing since the last release. Of the 3 configuration files, the only one that has changed and needs
replacing is c_db.php; the rest can be left intact. Grab your updated copy today!
08/15/2003 @ 5:04 PM -
Version 1.0 has been released! After 6 months of development and thorough testing we are extremely proud to release a clean
and fully documented version to the public. Any elementary, junior high or high school that requires a calendaring system can
now use one that is free of licensing nightmares, lightweight, fast and full of great features to keep parents and teachers in touch
as to what is going on at the school. Download your copy today!
Also, please remember that this project would never have been done without the time and money that Bellevue
Christian School donated so that us 3 developers could work on it. If you are interested in donating some money to BCS so that they
can continue to fund us then please contact Octavian Hornoiu, the email is on the contact page.
08/12/2003 @ 1:19 AM -
Version 1.0 is almost ready for release, I am now going over the final
touches to prepare for packaging and I still need to clean up and
write the final installation instructions. Unless last minute
bugs pop up during the day look for a release in the early afternoon.