rephrased "Open Source"
Update dbconfig-common task
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| * `giraffe-server` shouldn't create the database on it owns (it needs to much mysql rights for this -> CREATE DATABASE is needed)
* we can do the creation of the database by dbconfig-common and the setup of `giraffe-server` by the postinst script
Giraffe is the free open source variant of the Zarafa Collaboration Platform packaged for Debian.
Alioth Project: https://alioth.debian.org/projects/pkg-giraffe/
The packages are not available by the Debian repositories, the packaging process is not yet finished.
- track 7.1.9 upstream instead of 7.1.5
Remove Zarafa logos from Zarafa Web Access
Rename the packages from zarafa-* to giraffe-*
Replace the favicon in giraffe-webaccess
- Don't rename any binaries/directories
- Should we better rename all or none of them?
- We still have to provide a place to mention Zarafa (see their license)!
Fixing missed copyright file in package giraffe and giraffe-webaccess
- Fix Lintian errors and warnings
- Move dlopen'ed libs to private directory
Remove embedded copies of fckeditor via the dfsg-clean branch in git, use fckeditor package
- Partially done, we need to create DFSG source via import filter.
Remove embedded copy of php-webclient-ajax/client/widgets/swfupload/swfupload.swf use of libjs-swfupload instead
- Use Debconf to generate the initial configuration
- database name
- database user
- database login
- place of the database (local or remote)
- more needed?
Use dbconfig-common to generate the initial database configuration
- installing giraffe-server breaks without this
giraffe-server shouldn't create the database on it owns (it needs to much mysql rights for this -> CREATE DATABASE is needed)
we can do the creation of the database by dbconfig-common and the setup of giraffe-server by the postinst script
- Package/Debrand webapp (which seems possible since it is AGPL3, too)
- Provide licensed in non-free???
- Test full functionality
- We'd need some Outlook users here, too...
The origin of this list is provided by GuidoGünther in https://honk.sigxcpu.org/piki/agx/publications/2011-06-debian-groupware-zs.pdf
We have currently a re branded artwork made by René Heinen. The graphics are used inside the web application.
The main login window.
The graphic on the left side on top.