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Please note that this site is only temporary. It was created in about 10 seconds using dreamweaver and a few templates I had laying around from previous site designs and previous sites I've visted and say "hey, thats kewl". When the project gets to the point that the site is actually worth putting something real on, I will most definatly change the layout, design and content.

PHP Turbulence is an Open Source Project under the GNU General Public License. It's goal is to create a web development tool to help in the creation, maintance and operation of your web sites. The planned items on the list of things to do so far are as follows:

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Currently, Turbulence is in pre-alpha development stages. We have a half decent working database independant code library, and a work-in-progress user module. Once this user module and the database functions work properly, we will start working on the user accounts using a MySQL database (currently the only DB type available from sourceforge). I would also like to add that we are activly recruiting for the project. We are looking for database admins that can give us access to a number of various database types. Oracle, mSQL, msSQL, and a few others are the top DB's we are looking for. I can test Postgres and MySQL locally on my own box, the other DB types I do not have, so I can not test the code, therefore I am not wasting my time to write the code, as it is time consuming, and I can't check it. Currently the Postgres and MySQL functions are working perfectly. We have a limited set of functions for those two databases as cross compatibility between the two is odd, but we can run SQL statements on both, output the returns, and check to see how many returns were given. Along with find out how many rows were updated with "delete,insert,update".