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Major re-write of openQRM / porting it to PHP

We (the openQRM Team) are happy to announce a major re-write of openQRM !
The great feedback we got from the community over the last 2 years helped us to now implement all those feature requests and suggestions how to get better.

This major re-write focus on the following design specifications :

- KIS (keep it simple)
- run everywhere (support for every linux distribution, especially Debian+Ubuntu)
- clean up (remove all not needed code)
- reduce code base (less code = less bugs)
- using existing components (instead of providing own binaries/libs)
- better packaging and dependencies
- enabling/disabling plugins via the GUI
- support for multiple databases (DB2, Mysql, Oracle, Postgres)
- porting from java to PHP
- focus on rapid-, appliance-based deployment, virtualization- and storage-management
- ease-up installation
- ... and some more

Go get it now!!!

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