Archive for May, 2011
In a public relations nightmare for all parties involved, the eagerly awaited onsale for for the annual Splendour in the Grass festival hit had a major meltdown as reported in the Sydney Morning Herald. Online blogs were aflame with fans venting their frustrations with the problems getting hold of tickets.
Of course, the Fairfax Media owned Herald could not miss the opportunity to take a free jab at the Rupert Murdoch News Corp owned Moshtix.
Fractured Atlas has released ATHENA 1.0 with basic support for both ticketing and donor/patron management.
This is an open source solution that is offered free. You ask how? This was made possible with the support of the following foundations: The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and The Kresge Foundation.
Management Tools for the Cultural Sector.
ATHENA is an open source software framework that is intended to meet the needs of arts and cultural organizations. The first release supports basic event ticketing and donor/patron management.“