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Old 19th October 2005, 17:50
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Well, i dont know where to post, so i'll just put one here;

Support
  • PostgreSQL
  • Firebird
  • Other RDBMS's
  • Coldfusion?
  • ASP/ASP.NET (ApacheASP.. I think it was called)
  • Ruby
  • Perl / CGI
  • HULA
  • Qmail
Note: postgreSQL, Firebird and Perl are already being worked on for the automated installer!

I'll look into the others, like coldfusion, ASP.Net/ASP for compatibility with apache. As for ruby, mod_ruby looks pretty good.


Features
  • Virtuozzo/Fantastico Style Webapp management/installation.
  • Crontab Management?
  • Billing / Accounts Management
  • Paypal Integration / Nochex / etc

Extensions (Eg - of existing functions, and so on)
  • User rights management[/I] - Assign specific permissions for users and user groups.

Delete if some already exist

Plesk's feature list
http://www.swsoft.com/en/products/plesk7/details/

cPanel's feature list
http://www.cpanel.net/features-cpanel.html

Err... enjoy..!

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Old 19th October 2005, 17:59
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Looks good

I think there are also some general decisions on how ISPConfig works, to make the next release moe scalable with support for multiple servers in one controlpanel, virtual mailusers etc. Ive posted my ideas here:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=909

I will have a look at the feature lists from cpanel and ensm. I think directadmin is also quite popular the in the last year:

http://www.directadmin.com/features.html

What do you prefer, an navigation on the left for the different functions like adding users etc. or the style of cpanel wit icons in the middle of the page?

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Old 19th October 2005, 20:17
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I think we should just go with Smarty, then have a default killer skin. Maybe put some word out on SF for a graphical designer, so we could have a great look like everaldo.com or whatever..

But yeah, um ; to all developers; Please, if wanting to take up or edit a task, edit this post and add your developer/name to next to the bullet point .. Eg [ Spum, till, etc ].

Also, i'm working on a page that shows comparisons between cPanel, Plesk and ISPconfig. for now, i'm just leaving it at that so we can get a GENERAL outline of what features we're missing.

Once we've got that, we can just generally brainstorm ideas as to features which would be useful, with of course, the focus being put on user confort and ease of use.

But yep, with that, we'll also have a TODO list of sorts, so then i can get cracking ;-). With a bit of elbow grease, and a few months, we can steer this mighty ship to the shores of cPanel..

Arr, there we pillage, plunder and tear asunder all that we see, and then bury the treasure under ye olde x-marks-the spot. then ye shall rejoice under the blue flag of ISPconfig :-)

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Old 19th October 2005, 21:14
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I think we should just go with Smarty, then have a default killer skin. Maybe put some word out on SF for a graphical designer, so we could have a great look like everaldo.com or whatever..
I dont think smarty is a good choice, much too bloated. Smarty puts too much logic in the templates.

The vlib templating system used in the new backend is fast, has caching and compiling to php source, also if statements, loops and includes.
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Old 19th October 2005, 21:25
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Sounds neat, i'm just working with what i know, which is nice if we find faster stuff :-) I'm an old fashioned C++ jockey , ehehehe ;-)
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Old 19th October 2005, 22:12
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I would work on scripts which do the pre-install on many distrib (debian, fedora, freebsd..) and later why not integrate ASP and Java support (with tomcat..)
But if you want me to do other things ... no problem it were just some ideas

PS: I think that C++ would be a better choice so as to have better perfs..

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