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README.md

Brew Competition Online Entry & Management

Working repository of BCOE&M.

Website: http://www.brewcompetition.com | Installation Instructions | Upgrade Instructions

The Brew Competition Online Entry and Management (BCOE&M) system is an online application to assist homebrew competition organizers - of the beer/mead/cider variety - to collect, store, and manage their competition entry, organization, and scoring data.

The biggest challenges of organizing a homebrewing competition is knowing who has entered what and how many, organizing judging efficiently, and reporting the results of the competition in a timely manner. BCOE&M provides a single online interface to collect entry and participant data, organize judging tables and assignments, input scoring data, and report the results.

The best part: BCOE&M is free and open-source. Hundreds of competitions around the world have utilized BCOE&M since its first release back in 2009.

Download

Version 2.1.X is available for download here. The latest committed code is also available for testers and contributors.

Install or Upgrade

Step by step installation and upgrade instructions are available.

After configuration to your environment, installation is a breeze via the online setup interface.

Fallback Installation

There are times when the online setup encounters issues that prevent the installation from successfully completing. That's why there's a Fallback Installation method. For those experiencing any issues related to the initial browser-based setup, the bcoem_baseline_2.1.X.sql document is available in the package's /sql/ folder. This document contains the necessary database structure and dummy data for a new installation that can be installed manually via phpMyAdmin or shell access. Be sure to follow the directions in the document BEFORE use.

Issue Reporting and Bug Fixes

Many bugs and issues reported to this repository are corrected before an official release is available. Before reporting a bug, be sure to check the Issues list to see if it has been addressed already. If it has, chances are the latest commit package contains code to fix the issue. Keep an eye out for the fixed in latest master commit tag. Needless to say, however, the master and other branch commits housed here in the repository are NOT FOR PRODUCTION! Bugs may be present.

Help and Resources

Help is integrated into the application. Just look for the question-mark icon in the main navigation.

There is also a growing number of instructive resources available on the companion website for various options, including the following:

Wanna Help?

Fork and help out with the development!