[horde] Horde 4.0-BETA1

Paul van der Vlis paul at vandervlis.nl
Tue Mar 22 10:43:40 UTC 2011

Op 21-03-11 20:34, Ralf Lang schreef:
> Am Montag, 21. März 2011, 19:28:06 schrieb Paul van der Vlis:
>> Op 16-03-11 19:09, Jan Schneider schreef:
>>> The Horde Team is pleased to announce the first beta release of the Horde
>>> Application Framework version 4.0.
>> Which applications are available for the new application framework?
> Those which got beta releases.

You mean I have to check every project.
I see there is some new information, I hope it's up-to-date:

Horde (framework): yes
Imp (webmail):  yes
Dimp (ajax webmail) : no, maybe integrated in Imp
Mimp (mobile webmail): no, maybe integrated in Imp
Ingo (filters): yes
Sork (some tools): no, but parts integrated in Ingo
Gollem (files): no
Kronolith (calendar): yes
Mnemo (notes): yes
Nag (tasklists): no
Trean (bookmarks): no (never released)
Turba (addressbook): yes
Chora (repositorie): no
Whups (tickets): no
Hermes (time tracking): no
Ansel (photo's): no
Klutz (comics): no

So, to answer my question, H4 comes with this applications:
Imp, Ingo, Kronolith, Mnemo, and Turba.

What I miss the most is Nag (tasklists).

Nice to see that Kronolith supports a caldav client, what I miss is
carddav client support for Turba.

>> Wouldn't it be a good idea to give all those applications a 4.0.x
>> version number?  And a 4.y.x version number when they need horde 4.y or
>> newer?
> There already was imp 4.3. The first Horde 4 IMP would be Imp 5. 

You are right.

> What's the 
> point of application's version numbers when they're just an echo of the 
> framework version they came with?

I did not mean an echo, but a way to see what framework it needs.
I see there is now "H4" in the name, what's useable too, but the "4"
could also be a part of the version number.

With regards,
Paul van der Vlis.


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