Take a look at Booked, formerly PHPScheduleIt:
They push the hosted option, but it is an open source project.
On Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 7:52 PM lbspodic <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> We use MRBS extensively, for managing about 60 rooms and have been quite
> happy with it for years.
> When we first began using it we needed to heavily customize it. In more
> recent years development of the software has been quite active and almost
> all our customizations are now available in the main core.
> We have groups of rooms which are fully unmediated (subject to set rules)
> with other rooms requiring staff booking. MRSB has capacity for provisional
> booking subject to approval, etc, although we are not using that function
> at the moment.
> IIRC it is flexible in back end database selection, and I don't recall
> encountering much outdated/deprecated functions, although we don't run it
> in the most advanced server in the world :)
> - Edward Spodick, HK Univ of Science & Technology Library, [log in to unmask]
> - - - - -
> Sent from my iPhone - please forgive any wierd spelling errors.
> On 5 Apr, 2015, at 7:10 AM, Dominic Bordelon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > we are looking for an open-source solution to manage scheduling for our
> meeting rooms, including a way for patrons to reserve the rooms (with staff
> approval). We are happy to modify something to fit our exact needs if it is
> already solid. We've been trying to work with the vendor Evanced for their
> Spaces product, but we have been disappointed by the lack of
> customizability and the black box problem.
> > I'm aware of OpenRoom and MRBS, and searching the c4l archives I've
> found discussion on this topic, but that thread was from nearly three years
> ago. What are people using nowadays?
> > I like OpenRoom's apparent simplicity, and that its feature set is
> nearly exactly all we need. However, my concerns with it are the use of
> php's mysql_* functions, which have been deprecated in favor of mysqli; and
> the many notices/errors it shows when I've run it on a test server. (The
> installation guide seems to anticipate this: "If you are experiencing
> problems with OpenRoom such as being unable to log in, modules (such as the
> calendar or day view) not loading, or random warnings or notices appearing
> on pages, until the code has been corrected to fix these issues, you may
> want to try suppressing notices and warnings by modifying your php.ini file
> in your PHP installation, and restarting PHP." But that provides scarce
> comfort.) Also, I can see recent patches on Sourceforge, but the forum
> there seems basically dead.
> > I'm also looking at MRBS, but haven't installed it yet or formed a clear
> opinion. I'm interested to hear others' thoughts, and whether there is a
> good solution out there I haven't heard about yet.
> > P.S. Hat tips to Matt Sherman for suggesting OpenRoom, and Peter Murray
> of Lyrasis for doing a free webinar about FOSS4Lib, which led me to MRBS.
> > Best,
> > Dominic
> > Dominic Bordelon
> > Librarian I
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