Discussion in 'Developers' Forum' started by mike_p, May 31, 2010.

  1. mike_p

    mike_p Member

    I note that there are only two tasks remaining in the roadmap for version

    FS#1123 - Dovecot sieve config in debian squeeze
    I dont' run debain or dovecot and I've got no idea what sieve is so I really can't ehlp on this one. Any takers?

    FS#1140 - Warnings related to apps vhost
    I have proposed a solution for this ( ), but would like more input/collaboration.
    1. Would my proposal solve the probem?
    2. Would there be any complications from SSL that I should consider?
    3. Anyone prepared to help test if I do implement my proposals.?
    4. Anyone got any better ideas?
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    At the moment there are 19 open bugs. Normally we do not add the to the roadmap as they have not been verified yet. But as this seems to be a bit confusing, I added them now to the roadmap. This will also show the progress better that we make until the release of 3.2.2 so I think that it might be good to handle it like this in the future as well. Any comments on how we shall handle it in future are welcome :)

    I will check this in my test servers.

    I submitted a fix for this to SVN and posted some explanations in the bugtracker. Please test if this fix works for your setup too.
  3. mike_p

    mike_p Member

    I've been thinking about this.

    In my opinion, I agree with what you were doing before, ie not adding unverified tasks to the roadmap. Until a task has been verified it appears illogical to me to schedule it for the next release. If it is important, then it should be verified quickly.

    I have been using the roadmap to decide priority of tasks that I help with. But tasks that haven't been verified don't seem very important to me!

    I certainly wouldn't want the next interim relase to be delayed for those tasks.

    I would like to see the next version released as soon as possible so that we all have the benefit of the 19 changes that have been implemented in the bugtracker (and all those that haven't even made it to the bug tracker ;) )

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