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LinuxNews.com: Happy to Stay in Beta: Seek3r Discusses phpGroupWare


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"On an ordinary day in the near future, a public relations manager posts a press release; a project manager working from home coordinates with five developers to reschedule a meeting; the CEO edits his address book and replies to some e-mail in the airport; and no one has paid a penny in royalties or license fees. They're using phpGroupWare, a Free Software program now in beta that can do all those tasks and more from anywhere." The phpGroupWare project has hovered in the upper ranks of SourceForge's most active projects for the last few weeks. It has gone through eight developer releases in the last five months, steadily closing in on the final 1.0 release, which is scheduled for... whenever it's ready.

"The phpGroupWare project has hovered in the upper ranks of SourceForge's most active projects for the last few weeks. It has gone through eight developer releases in the last five months, steadily closing in on the final 1.0 release, which is scheduled for... whenever it's ready."

"'At this point we have no target date,' says Project Administrator/Supervisor Dan Kuykendall, known online as Seek3r. 'I have a loose list of features that need to be done before I will feel that we will be ready to be called 1.0.' These pending features include e-mail reminders about items on the calendar, support for long usernames, improved language translation management, and others."

This article was originally published on Nov 23, 2000
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