TeamSCOPE is Team Software for Collaborative Project Environments, a web-based collaboration tool. The TeamSCOPE research effort was part of the INTEnD project. TeamSCOPE was under active development and in use by project teams, including the INTEnD administrative team, between 1998 and 2002.

(Note that only the system administrator needs to download and install TeamSCOPE. Afterward, team members can make use of the system from any system on the network using a standard web browser.)

TeamSCOPE is designed to be installed under Debian GNU/Linux. It may work with other Linux distributions out-of-the-box, but some porting effort may be required. It will almost certainly require porting to other OSes. It has not been updated since 2002, and is no longer supported.

SECURITY WARNING: TeamSCOPE runs as a setuid root CGI. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that it is, nonetheless, secure, but even the most carefully written software may have security holes. There is ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY for TeamSCOPE, not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

For more information on TeamSCOPE, see the screen shots or the documentation.

Obtaining TeamSCOPE

TeamSCOPE is freely available to the public under the GNU General Public License. The tar'd gzip'd source code is all that remains available.

Regardless of the method used to install TeamSCOPE, be sure to read the installation manual, which comes as file INSTALL in the root of the source distribution. The installation manual has important information on how to set up TeamSCOPE for use in different environments.