Thanks for visiting. This SourceForge project is currently in the very early stages of development.
Talkwork is a web application framework that will come with the necessary components to manage a typical website, making it a CMS as well. It is written in PHP 5, using object orientation where necessary and helpful. My original notion was to pursue an MVC architectural pattern, but now I'm not so sure what you'd call the code I've written so far. My own pattern, maybe – which is fine with me. My intent behind this project is to make a framework that uses easily-understandable code and is fast, and to make a feature-rich CMS that is easy to use and understand. Another motive of mine is to improve my coding skills by learning as I go. I've never undertaken any coding project of this magnitude before, so I know I will learn a lot. As the days go by, I keep encountering circumstances where I just know that if my framework were finished and ready to use, it would be a perfect solution for the given need. So yes, my visions are grandiose, but it doesn't hurt to dream, does it? ;)
Yes! Guess what? I currently have to edit the database with phpMyAdmin everytime I want to modify the content! Isn't that wonderful?
The name was actually generated by Wordoid (which I discovered thanks to Chris Pirillo), and I liked it enough to contrive a meaning for it: it is a framework to facilitate communication (or "talk").
Yeah, I know it's weak. You got a better idea? Talk to me.
It's meant to look like an inside-out speech bubble. "But why?" you may ask. Because it doesn't take up the extraneous space that a proper speech bubble would, coming out of the top of that 'w'.
I'm a programmer, not a graphic artist!
Sure, I'd love to work with you if you know PHP 5 and MySQL. Shoot me an email.