HURIDOCS Looking for Open Source Developer

Announced via Groklaw:

[Groklaw] received a request from Tom Longley, Project Manager for Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems (HURIDOCS), a Geneva-based nonprofit. They’re looking for someone to help them reengineer their database software, WinEvsys, to be released under a Free Software license. That page has tons of info, including a fact sheet and a demo and the software for download. This software is used internationally by a lot of human rights organizations to keep track of human rights abuses, of which there seems to be a never-ending supply.

There is more information on the HURIDOCS website.

Just spreading the word..

3 thoughts on “HURIDOCS Looking for Open Source Developer

  1. Just came across this page when doing research as I am currently preparing an offer for OpenEvsys. I am sure we are not the only ones doing so – particularly as the project is very interesting and rewarding to work on and the RFP is indeed much better documented than is usually the case.


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