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From Eric Charles <e...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Contributing to James [unsigned]
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2015 05:24:48 GMT
Thx for jumping Bernd.
Fyi, I will start contributing back to James by tomorrow.


On 02/25/2015 04:03 PM, Bernd Waibel wrote:
> Hello.
>
> I am little frustrated. I would like to see the project going on. But nothing is happing
here?
>
> The web page http://james.apache.org/guidelines.html does not tell much about how to
contribute.
> But it has been last published: 2012-04-19, so maybe it is to old?
>
> I tried to contribute. Not sure if this has been the right way.
> I managed to set up James with eclipse and maven using SVN. Wrote a document about it.
Hosted it somewhere else, it is not possible to push it to the James pages.
> I opened cases in JIRA, offered patches.
> Nothing happened.
>
> After that I discovered that there is also a github project. Discovered just by accident.
> https://github.com/apache/james
> So what to use? Git, or Svn?
>
> The release candidate is rather old, and it seems to me, nothing is really going to get
released in next time.
> There are still "new features" added to a "release candidate", but new features means
to me: no release in next time.
> The last commit on github trunk is by: Eric Charles authored on 2 Sep 2014
>
> We are using James in our product, but the "stable" 2.3.2 version, and it was good. And
we need it.
> But we also need to go further. IMAP, ssl, more than one smtp listener, and so on.
>
> So what should we use in future?
> Postfix?
>
>
> Greetings,
> Bernd
>
>
>

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