On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 1:50 PM, susmit shannigrahi
2009/2/28 Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com>:
> On Fri, 27 Feb 2009, TJ Davis wrote:
>> Thanks, I have applied for sysadmin-test.
> Right now susmit has lead on this but I'm not sure what his time
> constraints are over the next couple of weeks. If he's busy I'll just
> make sure you guys all have access and can hammer away at it a couple of
> hours at a time.
No, I can commit time right now.
I was away a couple of days, I read up the documentations.
If I get a couple of more people, it will be nice. :)
So I'll note that when looking at this recently I see that
Skyrix/Inverse released Scalable OGo (It was a custom solution at one
point which was OGo without the document management system/crm-like
components.) I've managed a few hundred user instance of OGo, but SOGo
was made to handle tens of thousands of users, and it looks a bit
simpler. I also fear that OGo is approaching stagnation, it could just
be that it has reached maturity and changes aren't that big of a
deal.. While the changelog rss feed showed 5 or so commits, it looks
like a lot of the other things are slow - nothing more recent than FC3
instructions or packages. Apparently back in the RHEL3 time frame
Harald Hoyer was maintaining some RPM packages, but the spec
files/srpms seem to have disappeared.
Take a look at scalable ogo: