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till 27th July 2005 15:29

HowTo start developing ISPConfig
 
We invite everyone to contribute to this project.

Here is a short guide on how to start ISPConfig development.

Send an email with your forum username and your sourceforge
username (if at hand) to dev [at] ispconfig [dot] org.

You will be granted then permission to post to this forum and
receive the username and password for svn write access to
the ISPConfig SVN repository.

ISPConfig development team

shefamariam 8th October 2010 19:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 401)
We invite everyone to contribute to this project.

Here is a short guide on how to start ISPConfig development.

Send an email with your forum username and your sourceforge
username (if at hand) to dev [at] ispconfig [dot] org.

You will be granted then permission to post to this forum and
receive the username and password for svn write access to
the ISPConfig SVN repository.

ISPConfig development team

Thanks for your guide.
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rockstar9840 3rd November 2010 15:21

@till i don't have any sourceforge username. What can i do?

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jhonhud 25th April 2011 16:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by shefamariam (Post 241357)
Thanks for your guide.

Holy 5-year-old thread resurrection, Batman! :O

rantic 30th April 2011 17:20

Thank you very much for this guide. I would be very happy to contribute to this project. I really think it would be a good experience for me, since I am a bit of a newbie at this. Maybe I can actually learn something from this. I will send a email with my information shortly. Thank you very much.

mr_evol 31st May 2011 00:32

Is this still in development? I would like to join, sending you guy a PM.

hahni 24th June 2011 16:17

ISPConfig 2 is not in active devolopment (for new features). Bugfixing and making compatible with new Linux distributions is given.

I'm not so happy about that, because ISPConfig 2 is easier to use for me and has all functions incl. GUI, what I need for a state-of-the-art software.

IPv6 will not be implemented. But I hope, Falko and Till will reconsider their opinion about that. This is not urgent because of you own IPv4-Range.

jimmy12 15th January 2012 11:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by hahni (Post 258948)
ISPConfig 2 is not in active devolopment (for new features). Bugfixing and making compatible with new Linux distributions is given.

I'm not so happy about that, because ISPConfig 2 is easier to use for me and has all functions incl. GUI, what I need for a state-of-the-art software.

IPv6 will not be implemented. But I hope, Falko and Till will reconsider their opinion about that. This is not urgent because of you own IPv4-Range.

Yes Rightly said ISPConfig 2 is way easier..

hahni 18th January 2012 00:04

Nice to hear the same from you, jimmy12! I talked with Till about that, because I thought, he can and will understand my wishes.

But it seems, our meaning about this powerful software ISPConfig 2 is not important for him.

The GUI is very well for single servers and the usability is better like ISPConfig 3. Maybe he will think about his opinion.

epretorious 21st January 2012 01:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 401)
Here is a short guide on how to start ISPConfig development...

Hey, Till: Where is "here"?


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