OpenGroupware.org 1.1.6 reviewDownload
OpenGroupware.org is a set of applications for contact, appointment, project, and content management
OpenGroupware.org is a set of applications for contact, appointment, project, and content management. OpenGroupware.org is comparable to Exchange and SharePoint portal servers.
It is accessible using Web interfaces and various native clients, including Outlook. Its servers run on almost any GNU/Linux system, can synchronize with Palm PDAs, and are completely scriptable using XML-RPC.
gnustep-make (gstep-make 1.10 from www.gnustep.org)
Foundation library (eg ThirdParty/libFoundation)
libical (eg ThirdParty/libical)
If the prerequisites are properly fulfilled, building OpenGroupware.org is a simple:
Get a coffee, compiling all the OGo packages takes about 8 minutes on Debian Athlon 1.8+ (and about 17 minutes on a MacOSX G4 1.25, 13min on YDL).
What's New in This Release:
This release fixes many bugs and enhances the XML-RPC server with a few methods.
Attendee status changes and add-me/remove-me operations now work properly when one of the attendees is read-protected for the login.
The appointment form letter feature supports even more keys.
Dial URLs are properly escaped.
The FreeBSD port has a few improvements.
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