Re: SOGo - needs removing from 'Wanted Ports'
euan at potensol.com
Wed Jan 20 21:27:22 UTC 2016
On Wednesday, December 30, 2015 19:36 SGT, Matthew Seaman <matthew at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> On 30/12/2015 11:00, Euan Thoms wrote:
> > The SOGo port is already quite mature now, and the last version
> > update I did recently was a simple case of changing the version
> > number and source tarball checksums. Therefore I think it's safe to
> > say we can remove it from 'Wanted Ports'
> > (https://wiki.freebsd.org/WantedPorts).
> > I don't have a login / permissions for that wiki, could somebody else
> > do it?
> Done. This SOGo port looks like something I'm going to have to try out
Yeah SOGo is the best open source groupware I could find (IMHO). All open standards/protocols, good architectural design, performant. Very stable, although there are sometimes minor regressions between releases. Quite mature now. CalDAV/CardDav/GroupDAV works well in Thunderbird, Android, iOS. Turns Thunderbird into a fully featured groupware client, and does it well. I've been running it in production for a couple years now (200+ users), long before I got around to making the port. It runs just as well on FreeBSD as it does on Linux, if not better ;-)
Regards, Euan Thoms
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