Some of the better uses and applications of IT tends to come when someone is motivated by a need, has a talent, and is resource constrained. In a recent post at Church Crunch, Jared Folkins talks about his church’s need for additional pagers for their children’s ministry, and how (through prayer and association) he was able to not only develop Agapage for his church, but release the code so that other ministries could use the concept and extend upon it as needed.
Please note: Agapage is donation-compensated. So, if you do choose to use and implement this, do compensate the developer and designer for their work. Also, its provided as-is, meaning that there’s no support for this other than your own internal IT folks. Unless this item changes its licensing structure, and/or is loaded to a community driven code/application repository such as SourceForge or Code.Google, there’s a good chance that it will not see more development than its original intent.