Fwd: Re: [horde] Just some feedback
chuck at horde.org
Mon Dec 1 15:00:40 PST 2003
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Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2003 16:58:54 -0600
From: Brian Martinez <martinez_brain at hotmail.com>
Reply-To: Brian Martinez <martinez_brain at hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: [horde] Just some feedback
To: chuck at horde.org
Sorry for the late response...still recovering from the holidays.
>From: Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck at horde.org>
>To: horde at lists.horde.org
>Subject: Re: [horde] Just some feedback
>Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 17:37:37 -0500
>Quoting Brian Martinez <martinez_brain at hotmail.com>:
> > The development efforts in Horde are absolutely phenomenal...keep up the
> > excellent work!
> > Just a couple of error feedbacks on my installation of Horde:
> > 1. During execution of install-packages.php under the framework I get
> > following error:
> > Installing RPC:
> > failed to write /usr/share/pear/Horde/RPC/.tmpsoap.php
>This should be fixed now.
> > 2. The Mottle component gives the following error:
>Mottle has never been worked on by the person who proposed the module. It
Anytime these projects need help with docs, cleanup, or just plain grunt
work let me know!
> > Hopes and desires:
> > 1. That the User Administration page be "tabbed".
>With what in the tabs? Patch?
The "Users in the System" and the "Add a new user" should be tabbed.
> > 2. That Thor (projects) get more attention, I feel it is absolutely
> > critical!
>It's a very new project, help is welcome.
> > 3. That a Documentation component be included/started.
>That's a very, very vague statement. We have docs/ directories. What kind
>documentation are you talking about?
A good example of a document management system is a Sourceforge project
called Owl Intranet Knowledgebase - it tracks changes, performs check-in/out
of documents, maintains user-level access, etc.
> > 4. That Mottle gets updated.
> > 5. That Luxor gets more language modules. esp. Java.
>Go for it. :)
> > 6. That the seup can handle installations behind proxies, ie. Jonah,
My experience with Jonah: that it won't fetch articles if the Horde server
sits on an internal LAN isolated from the internet by a firewall. Most
installer software ie. Netscape, Ximian, etc. can be configured to become
proxy aware if the user is sitting behind a firewall. It would be nice if
the Horde configuration included the ability to run the Horde server from
behind a firewall/proxy.
>Charles Hagenbuch, <chuck at horde.org>
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