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<FONT COLOR="#000000">i know pete savage wants to write a new spec for feisty that deals with</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#000000">enhancements of SCP.</FONT>
Yes, I've been talking to him just a moment ago. Anyway, what exactly does an internet cafe control program need to do? CCL handles lots of things like soft drinks sold and things like that, which I don't think would be needed. But, what features ARE necessary? Those are CCL's capabilities according to its webpage:<BR>
<LI>It handles the communication betwen client and server, so you don't have to care about sockets, and things like that.
<LI>Suport for secure connections using OpenSSL.
<LI>Flexible tarifs system.
<LI>Support for selling products, etc
<LI>Support for members (they can have different tarifs)
<LI>It controls the time of the client sessions, and calculates the price.
<LI>Support for countdown sessions, session pausing, swaping sessions from one workstation to another, etc.
<LI>Logging capabilities, and log searching.
Which ones would be essential?