"Kirk Haines" <khaines / enigo.com> writes:

> I'm working on a much broader set of IOWA documentation, and core to this is 
> an approach of building, by the end, some sort of useful web application.
> 
> I'm making myself a list of ideas, and am hopeful that the varied minds on 
> this list might have a few good ones.
> 
> The vague criteria are:
> 
> 1) Can't be too complex as I have to walk a person through building the 
> whole thing.
> 2) Should interact with a db of some sort.
> 3) Would be great if one could do file uploads in it somewhere.
> 4) If it could do some sort of on-the-fly SVG or image generation or 
> something like that, I could leverage that.
> 
> 
> Other than that, I'm wide open.  Whatever it is, I'd like it to be something 
> that is at least moderately useful in a practical sense, and not just an 
> academic curiosity.
> 
> Ideas, anyone?

Something like a scheduler?  It's not that complex, entries could be
stored in a database, and it could generate a pretty picture for
printing.  I'm sure you could wedge in file uploads somewhere.