On 09/03/10 23:07, Athmane Madjoudj wrote:
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 10:34 PM, Rahul
> On 03/10/2010 03:05 AM, Brian C. Huffman wrote:
>> I'm curious why Fedora chose to include Zarafa as opposed to other
>> (mostly) opensource groupware solutions?
>> Ones that come to mind: Scalix, Open-Exchange, Zimbra.
> Some contributors interested in Zarafa are now maintaining it in the
> Fedora repository. If anyone is interested in packaging and maintaining
> any of the alternatives you mention, Fedora will gladly include them as
> long as they are free and open source software.
> devel mailing list
Zarafa is a good alternative to MS exchange, lightweight (written in
PHP) and Zarafa webmail is looks like outlook (i dislike this).
Do you know if a chat client is planned for Zafara a la google chat
(jabber ajax style)? I couldn't find one.
if someone is interested in packaging of Zimbra Open Source Edition
(ZCS) then i'm ready to collaborate (i'm good in packaging but i don't
have any real experience especially in JEE stuffs )
Does Zimbra still ship as a blob of specific versions of lots of open
source software, of which the specific versions cannot be changed?
also ZCS for RHEL/Fedora is distributed as RPMs