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A simple digital signage system
Streetsign is a simple to operate digital signage system using HTML5 & CSS for the output, Python (Flask) and sqlite for the back end. The server can run on any posix-like machine, and the client on any HTML5 capable device. It's designed for mulitple users & groups so that different permission levels can be set up. The administration interface is web based as well, and works on desktop or mobile devices. It is easy to extend and write new/specific plugins for. It currently comes with capacity to pull in data from RSS & ATOM feeds.
DocumentationThere is quite a bit of documentation at http://streetsign.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ , including Getting Started guides, system admin information, and other useful documents.
version 0.9 (beta)
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- Runs-on:OS X
23 May 2014
Streetsign is released under GPLv3. Some of the libraries that are used by it are under other licences (such as MIT, Apache 2.0, etc.) Information about these can be found in those component libraries, or in the LICENCES text file distributed with Streetsign. Full source is included with all libraries.
Leaders and contributors
|Daniel Fairhead||Author & Developer|
Resources and communication
|Developers & Admins||Developer||https://bitbucket.org/dfairhead/streetsign-server|
|Required to use||Python (2.6+)|
|Required to build||gcc or other compatible compiler|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 23 May 2014.
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