[TriLUG] open source shopping cart
dan.simoes at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 08:55:44 EDT 2005
I use and recommend oscommerce, it's far from obsolete!
>From what I've read, zen is not anywhere near as good (it's a split
from the core OsC group). I did look at Zen briefly and gave up.
On 8/5/05, William Sutton <william at trilug.org> wrote:
> I've never used it, but it may be worth looking at: Minivend/Interchange.
> Originally an open source project, Minivend was acquired by Akopia which
> was then acquired by Red Hat. It looks like (although I hadn't looked at
> it until you posted your request) they then rebranded it as Interchange.
> Someone familiar with Red Hat/Akopia could probably say for sure (hey, I
> only interviewed with Akopia in 2000).
> I remember at the time that it seemed pretty full-featured and can't
> imagine it having become less-featured.
> William Sutton
> On Thu, 4 Aug 2005, Shawn Hood wrote:
> > Hey folks..
> > I'm new to the list and through I'd introduce myself as well as ask a
> > question. I live here in Fayetteville, where I have lived my entire life.
> > I'm a system admin for a real estate company with partner agents in around
> > 500 markets. We develop CRM software in-house.
> > At any rate, I was hoping you guys could reccomend an open source shopping
> > cart package. I've heard a bit about osCommerce and ZenCart. I understand
> > these may be obsolescent with other packages becoming more popular.
> > Shawn
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