Software Requirements Specification For DSP a Social Networking Site
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Pramod G Sable
Sachin S Dhawle
Dhiraj S Mahamune
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This software Requirement Specification (SRS) documents key specification, functional & nonfunctional requirements of social network service. Social networking sites tend to share some conventional features. Most often, individual users are encouraged to create profiles containing various information about themselves. Users can often upload pictures of themselves to their profiles, post blog entries for others to read, search for other users with similar interests, and compile and share lists of contacts. In addition, user profiles often have a section dedicated to comments from friends and other users. To protect user privacy, social networks usually have controls that allow users to choose who can view their profile, contact them, add them to their list of contacts, and so on.
1.2 Document Convention
The document has used underlined words to highlight the user requirements. It also uses capital lettered words to highlight key words. The document has tried to maintain a priority of requirements .The priority has been determined by the judgment of the author and may subject to change. Priority of higher-level requirements is inherited by detailed requirements. The document has used short forms for some commonly abbreviated terms.
1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions
The document is intended to be a guide for developers, users and testers. The goal of this document is to identify the requirements of application social networking. A developer may directly want to know the requirements by reading the section of USER REQUIREMENTS and skipping other sections if required.
1.4 Product Scope
The objective of this software is to completely automate the following processes.
The main objective of the project and implimentation is to establish a network among the people residing in a specific community all the information can be easily accessed and shared among the people.
This system provides users to register their various types of profile like social, personal, professional.
This system provides users to send scrap messages, images, and music files to their friends. User can maintain the scrap book whatever scrap he has send to users.
The system provides users to upload the photos so that user can maintain own album.
This system provides user to join the communities according to their scenario.
This system provides the user to maintain their friend list and user can update their friend list.
This system provides user to send invitation to another friend to join the community or group and can add to their friend list for future.
• One of the many advantages is that you can connect with lost classmates, lost family members on social networking websites. Simply type in a name and you might see a picture of someone that you haven't seen in years.
• Another advantage of social networking sites that's not to be overlooked is the career advantage. By posting information about yourself and your work history, you may just get some job offers. Not only that, but you can even make sales, if you have a business. Some networking websites even allow you to buy advertising space on other people's site pages, showing your work to many people at once.
• As if all of that weren't enough, social sites are just a fun way to kick back and relax. You can write on your web page or post pictures on your wall. You can even compete against friends in various games that are a lot of fun.
• Stay in touch with contacts, reach out to new people, and show the community you care about company-to-client communication!
• A goal or objective is a project and implimentationed computation of affairs that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve—a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.
• It is roughly similar to purpose of aim, the anticipated result which guides reaction, or an end, which is an object, either a physical object or an abstract object, that has intrinsic value.
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