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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Anouncement: eGroupWare fork of phpGroupWare

From: SI Reasoning
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Anouncement: eGroupWare fork of phpGroupWare
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 13:41:42 +0000
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If my understanding is correct, the major issue between the two camps has to 
do with license preferences. A possible solution could be to have a 
phpgroupware plug-ins that could be created offsite but plugged into a 
phpgroupware module if an end-user so desires. This keeps phpgroupware GPL 
clean while also allowing end-users a choice to plug-in non-gpl code. If my 
understanding is correct, I believe that it is not incompatible with the gpl 
to add non-gpl plugins.

On Friday 05 September 2003 01:10 pm, R B wrote:
> G'day,
>     It's good to have varieties but I hope
> phpgroupware &  egroupware are not going to turn into
> phpnuke/postnuke/evolution/etc with apps having
> problem   working in each other. The developers are
> having nightmares trying to write code to conform to
> all of them (well at least the major forks anyway). To
> the users, there are not much different between them.
> Just bugs are slower at getting fixed due to scattered
> of resources.
>    I wish phpgroupware/egroupware will not have that
> sort of problem.
>    As a normal user, I would like to make a suggestion
> (even it may seem stupid). Maybe I've been missing the
> point but from what I've seen is that phpgroupware and
> egroupware have two different business model.
> Technically, the two are still the same - ie. the
> underlying architecture is still the same - then why
> not have a central group that coordinate the
> developement of the core structure, much like the
> Linux Kernel.
> Regards,
> Robert Bui
>  --- SI Reasoning <address@hidden> wrote: > It
> would be wonderful for those of us caught in the
> > crossfire if modules from
> > both projects are drop in replaceable without issue
> > (such as anglemail).
> >
> > Also, which modules where the primary interests of
> > the egroupware developers?
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