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Small Open Source projects

I did a search on sourceforge for 'baseball' and here are some project 
I found, take a look at them:

Sorry, I'm really busy, so I can't check them out, but I'd liked to 
hear your impressions on them.


On Mar 17, 2005, at 3:48 PM, Baran, Lucas wrote:

> That sounds like a cool idea, do you want to discuss it outside this
> thread?
> Lucas
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Pollak [mailto:pardsbane at]
> Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 3:46 PM
> To: Baran, Lucas; discuss at
> Subject: Re: Small Open Source projects
> On Mar 17, 2005, at 1:30 PM, Baran, Lucas wrote:
>> David,
>> 	I'm interested in most sports, golf, skiing, soccer, sailing,
> etc so
>> anything project pertaining to sports would interest me very much. As
>> for general computer areas multimedia, security and wireless are up
>> there. I'm really up for anything.
> Baran, there is a project on SourceForge which is a web application for
> softball/baseball teams to keep track of their roster, stats, and
> schedule. I'm on an amateur hockey team, and would love a similar
> application. If your up for it, one project I think would be
> fantastically useful is to take the baseball app and make it generic,
> for any type of sport, based on some sort of schema, perhaps an XML
> one.
> I'm not sure if your interested in that or not, but its an idea.
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