Tue Aug 5 04:56:53 EDT 2003
Actually, a friend of mine created one and has it up at
http://www.giftgaff.com. It's not open source, but it is free. Read the
'About Us' section to know more about it. She created it for a 30+ member
family to get their wish lists straight, but then opened it up for the
world. If any of you would care to do so, please click through to the
Amazon links on there, as they do make her some money, and since she's doing
this for free....
Sorry, but she keeps the code to herself. As she states it, GiftGaff is
done using "PHP, MySQL and Apache. The rest is a secret."
"Those that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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> I went to Sam's the other day, and saw the start of Christmas
> decorations (it is third quarter after all) and it got me to thinking.
> I would like to host a wishlist for family and friends for the
> holidays. Similar to what you see at places like Amazon, but with a
> wider reach (maybe including, gasp, things off-line).
> Does anyone know of a web-based program to do this? I searched SF but
> only found two projects that were very ... quiet.
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