[CalendarServer-dev] Bug migration
Wilfredo Sánchez Vega
wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Thu Apr 19 18:12:08 PDT 2007
The Apple team's been a bit busy trying to get the server in
shippable shape. As a result, we got a little sloppy about keeping
all of the bugs in the open source tracker (Trac) up-to-date. For
that, I apologize, and today I went through some effort to rectify the
Specifically, a bunch Apple-internal (Radar) bugs relating to the
Calendar Server which were not in Trac have been moved over to Trac,
and we'll be managing our progress in Trac. This will allow you to
see more progress on what we are working on.
We think the server's in pretty solid shape right now. Certainly
there are still some bugs that have to be fixed before we can roll up
a "1.0" release, but the core functionality is all in place now, and
we think it's fairly useable in its current state.
Please file bugs as you find them, and if you're a developer and
are looking to participate in the project, feel free to dive into any
ticket that interests you and submit patches. We're hoping to make
contributing to the project easy and straightforward, so let me know
if you think we can do better there.
We also hope to pull together a preview release soon, so that users
can have a stable release to operate from and developers can have a
benchmark to compare progress to.
The one to-do item before the preview release is to update the
documentation. If you have any notes you'd like to see included (eg.
how to get going on FreeBSD/Linux/etc.), file a ticket in Trac and
we'll try to get it in.
Wilfredo Sánchez - wsanchez at wsanchez.net
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