MOT is a generally useful web database that can be used to create web-based databases without writing a single line of code (sql, php, or html!). It is my hope that mot will be used to create anything from job and project tracking systems, to inventories, to catalogues and pretty much anything else for which relatively simple databases are used.
Best of all, MOT is free software, released under the GPL. This basically means you are free (even encouraged) to take and use MOT however you want. The only restriction is that you have to share any changes you make under the GPL as well. See the COPYING file for a detailed explanation of the GPL.
MOT's features include:
MOT relies on the following programs. You must acquire and install these programs before installing MOT:
Go to the Source Forge download page:
View the MOT adminsitration help pages:
MOT has a mailing list. To subscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with a line of 'subscribe mot'.
In case you're looking for the old home page, you can find it here:
Of course, the best way to see what MOT is about is to try it out ! Here are some screenshots that'll give you an idea of what it looks like in the meanwhile:
MOT's development site is hosted by Source Forge. Follow the below link to access MOT's CVS archive, bug and project tracking systems, public forums, and lots of other great development tools.
Many thanks to the great folks at Source Forge and VA Linux, who are hosting not only this web site, but also the whole devlopment infrastructure (CVS, mailing lists, etc.) for MOT.