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Zarafa SummerCamp 2012 - Steve Hardy Friday Keynote

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  • 1. Zarafa Development update 2012Steve Hardy
  • 2. More people• Added office in Charkov, Ukraine• New additions to WebApp team in India, Delft
  • 3. More releases • Scrum methodology • 2-weekly releases • Each team has Development and QA members
  • 4. More ticket tracking• Switched from Trac to JIRA• New tickets are assessed and scheduled within 1 working day• New method has bias towards fixing bugs as opposed to creating features
  • 5. More sources• Added external GIT repo• Updated from internal svn, dailygit.zarafa.com
  • 6. More platforms, but also more build speed• 38 Distro’s + Windows• Build time for *all* distributions brought down from over six hours to under one hour• Gives us quicker release capability• ‘How to make your own zarafa-licensed’ available
  • 7. More people working on WebApp• Some core C++ development geared towards making development of WebApp and Z-Push easier – zarafa-contacts package which delivers Addressbook content from contacts folders (However, not enabled yet in WebApp 1.1) – php-ext extended with realtime notifications
  • 8. More development outside the core- Core developers worked on both traditional core components and external tools- 7.1 MAPI core mostly identical to 7.0- Comparison of MAPI client/server communication capabilities: - 5.00 introduced core ‘offline sync’ capability - 6.10 introduced core ‘multitenancy features’ - 6.20 introduced core ‘session grouping’ - 6.30 introduced core ‘multiserver features’ - 6.40 introduced core ‘new threading model’ and ‘archive store’ features - 7.0 introduced core ‘unicode’ - 7.1 introduced only minor ‘stream data from archive’ feature
  • 9. More features• New zarafa-search (replaces zarafa-indexer in 7.0 and earlier)• New python plugin framework for dagent/spooler• New multi-LDAP server support• New zarafa-stats output• New offline database engine (MySQL 5.5)• New multithreaded zarafa-backup• New support for RFC1891 delivery reports• New multiserver reverse proxy support• New priority queue for critical MAPI clients• New LDAP paging support• New post-MSR offline sync• New MR autoresponder: instead of ‘direct booking’ (and allowing both methods in WebApp/WebAccess)• New auto-created archive stores (and including them in the view)• New Outlook 2010 support• New EWS (in progress)•
  • 10. More features• New zarafa-search (replaces zarafa-indexer in 7.0 and earlier)• New python plugin framework for dagent/spooler• New multi-LDAP server support• New zarafa-stats output• New offline database engine (MySQL 5.5)• New multithreaded zarafa-backup• New support for RFC1891 delivery reports• New multiserver reverse proxy support• New priority queue for critical MAPI clients• New LDAP paging support• New post-MSR offline sync• New MR autoresponder: instead of ‘direct booking’ (and allowing both methods in WebApp/WebAccess)• New auto-created archive stores (and including them in the view)• New Outlook 2010 support• New EWS (in progress)• New, well, entire WebApp.
  • 11. More WebApp• Core values – Hugely pluggable – Built on ExtJS – Leverages JSON for communication with PHP backend – High interaction level – High response performance
  • 12. More WebApp 1.1• Improved IE support (mainly, IE9 now supported without compatibility mode)• Plugin / widget deployment methods• Delegate settings• Lots of fixes
  • 13. More WebApp plugins• Widgets – Add them to your WebApp today view, or sidebar• Plugins – Add buttons – Change behaviour – Modify data – Open windows – Communicate with other components
  • 14. More Z-Admin 1.2• WebApp support• Undelete stores• More WebAccess options• Support for Ubuntu 12.04• Password changer for users
  • 15. More Integration• Spreed – Open a meeting instantly – Free service with up to 3 participants – WebApp and WebAccess plugins• QNAP / Synology packages – Use your NAS as a Zarafa server
  • 16. A Huge team effort• QA / Testing • External developers – WebApp – Spreed• Development – QNAP – Delft (NL) – Synology – India – RIM – Ukraine – Brasil • And everyone who submitted tickets!