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Old 19th May 2009, 23:54
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I always have a hard time with that statement. If ISPconfig 3 is new, why is it version 3... that happens when version 2 moves to the next iteration, does it move to version 4?
We have room for hundreds or thousands of versions behind 2.x.x

If the roadmap has changed, then fine. ISPconf3 is a good product and can stand on its own as a separate product ( I voted for it ) It is clearly taking a different path ( i.e no resellers etc.)
ISPConfig 3 has resellers. A client which has its own (sub) clients is a reseller.
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