Freemed-YiRC is a PHP package based on Freemed for use with Youth in Residential Care (YiRC) agencies. Its aim is to be a complete package to replace legacy non-free apps which aren't customizable. Since it's PHP-based, all that is needed for the client is a good Web browser with extensive table support. Some of the objectives for Freemed-YiRC are: User Management, a Contact Database, Clinical CaseNotes, an Incident Report System, an email client, a Service Plan System, a Timecard System, and Medical Billing (Medicaid/Insurance/Private).
New Home Automation/Audio control software!
Check out my newest project: DRACONi Automation. I've merged XMMS-Control into it.
Re: Still need GUI?
Basically, I wanted a way to control the music playing from a wireless device (A PocketPC equipped with an 802.11b card). It's not to control the music from the console itself, but from other machines on the network. What I did is I ran the output from my sound card into three stereo's in my house, and one in my garage. So from my garage, I can take out my wireless Casio E-125 PocketPC, and turn the stereo on (on to the 'Aux' input), and listen to whatever MP3 I want... without having to have that specific MP3 loaded into my Casio. Another situation is if I'm in my bedroom using the PC in there (which is hooked up the LAN), then I can control the music playing through my bedroom stereo using the bedroom PC.
Does that kind of make sense?