[CalendarServer-users] roadmap for new calendarserver release

Guy guy at britewhite.net
Sun Oct 11 07:37:56 PDT 2009

I've been looking at building an RPM for centos.  The issue I've found  
is making sure python is the right version.  In the end I put a  
version of python into my RPM package.  This of course makes the RPM  
very big and hard to maintain.

Currently it seems the best way is to follow the installation  
documentation which is not complicated and can then be modified for  
specific requirements.


On Oct 11, 2009, at 14:34, Jelle de Jong wrote:

> Hello everybody,
> Would somebody be willing to make official release tar-ball for the  
> latest reasonable stable svn version of the calendarserver.
> I can't find any new releases on the calendarserver website, and it  
> has indeed been more then a year since distributions could updated  
> there version of calendarserver.
> I would love to stay using calendarserver, and regular releases are  
> required for this, so the the packaging maintainters can provide the  
> end users with the latest versions.
> Thanks in advance,
> Jelle
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