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A wiki based asset-management / manual management system for hackerspaces
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Gear Book: Informal gear management for hackerspaces The moving parts are: * labels: The label generator * Produces a stak of PDFs that make it easy to print the labels needed, each label contains a QR code which links into the database and some tags, like "Do Not Hack" and "Borrowed, take extra care". * wiki: The database * Unlike more formal systems, the database which holds the list of equipment is simply an existing wiki system, in the case of OSAA, it's just media wiki with a bunch of infoboxen that make sense to us, YMMV and so on. * server: Equipment registrator * This is a simple web application written in java which uses ZXing to recognize QR codes in photos and semi-automagically turn a stream of photos into new gear registrations.