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We have to express our gratitude to the Microsoft cooperation and QNAP, who enables Qbox4u.com in setting up this non profit project to help the underprivileged with their daily struggle to survive. We expect that end Dec 2016 the new QNAP 459 Pro server will arrive after which we are able to setup this new QNAP server from scratch an go LIVE. At that moment also the real portal structure can and will be implemented and the non profit EWS project is inserted in the WIKI. The NPO nature of this side is not to be confused and related to pseudo organisations or company initiatives that intend to do so.

Dedicated to an better society

Remember 13 July 1985..... QUEEN: listen to the main reason for the project.....
Just look at all those hungry mouths we have to feed syntax

Just look at all those hungry mouths we have to feed
Take a look at all the suffering we breed
So many lonely faces scattered all around
Searching for what they need

Is this the world we created
we made it on our own
Is this the world we invaded
Against the law
So it seems in the end
Is this what we're all living for today
The world that we created.

You know that every day a helpless child is born
Who needs some loving care inside a happy home
Somewhere a wealthy man is sitting on his throne
Waiting for life to go by

Is this the world we created
we made it on our own
Is this the world we devastated
Right to the bone?
If there's a God in the sky looking down
What can he think of what we've done
To the world that he created

Project base

The project that is used as an base for this side, is emerged from one of the fundamental pillars of microsoft.

In official terms this base is called Abstract State Machine Language and referred by microsoft as ASML
We will try to be able to reactivate the original side [1] basic tutorials for aid and reference that can be used in our projects.

The fundamental approach for any programming language and application is the need of an extensive evaluation of the question " what do i have to make " before we start any coding in any language.

Older experts that read this, will surely remember their personal starts in in the 60 and 70 in eg dos and other machine languages using the 8080 processor's. The struggles to keep the code limited, and our inability for simple debugging.

These days fortunately the progress in hardware capability's, memory availability and cpu speed has been drastically improved but also make people lazy. Most of the present SW applications that are freely available don't force the creator to start from the base, but unfortunally provide building block's to setup an application like LEGO also well known by anyone who has an technical affinity NOTE: this is not an commercial reference This simple toy enabled many persons to shape idea's into reality.

Applications in HTML are strongly depending on this fact and enable's in an similar way an inexperienced web-page starter in adding individual construction blocks to create an nice and functional information page.


Starting an application without an good high level abstract analyses and block diagram of what we need to create is doomed to end up in an big complex and unsustainable mess.....

Hardware: Getting started

Right now, we are evaluating the LINUX WIKI implementation inside our temporal QNAP 459pro, in order to create the required structure as an base and don't end up with the usual mess that many company's create if they implement applications. They start with something (alpha testing) and ending up most of the time in an continues phase called bug fixing SW patches, problem tickets etc etc.