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They’re taking the Horde to Debian, to Debian! - Ralf Lang
Now that Horde Groupware 5 has been released as stable software, a lot of users noticed the shortcomings of the PEAR packaging systems. It does not provide an easy and smooth wa...
Horde 5 means End of Life for Horde 3 – And now let’s see - Ralf Lang
-------- Original-Nachricht -------- Betreff: [announce] End Of Life for Horde 3 Datum: Tue, 27 Nov 2012 13:21:17 +0100 Von: Jan Schneider <email@example.com> Antwort an: core@li...
Modular git with "git subtree" - Gunnar Wrobel
One thing I always disliked about the way we organized our Horde repository was the fact that we have all library modules and applications lumped together in a single git reposi...
Horde 5 enters release cycle – First Alpha of Sesha Inventory App available - Ralf Lang
All’s well that ends well. During the last few days, the first alpha releases of the Horde Framework and some of its core apps hit the announcement list. Horde 5 sports a comple...
Creating your own Horde module - Step 1 - Gunnar Wrobel
We always had a wiki page on how to create your own Horde module. The steps outlined there allow you to get started quickly. There was no specific reason though why those steps...
Generating default preferences for your Horde installation - Gunnar Wrobel
While updating our demo server at demo.horde.org I also wanted to get some kind of automatic reset for the demo user preferences. The aim was to allow each user testing our demo...
Getting CalDAV and CardDAV server capabilities within Horde - Gunnar Wrobel
Would you like to sponsor CalDAV and CardDAV server capabilities within Horde? This has been a Horde feature wish for quite some time now. We would have liked to have it for Hor...
Shared SQL Authentication with Horde and Dovecot Part 2 - Michael Rubinsky
Part 2 of a series on moving an existing Dovecot/Postfix setup from PAM/Shadow based authentication to SQL authentication shared with a Horde install.
Shared SQL Authentication with Horde and Dovecot Part 1 - Michael Rubinsky
Part 1 of a series on moving an existing Dovecot/Postfix setup from PAM/Shadow based authentication to SQL authentication shared with a Horde install.
A sneak peek of the new Horde 5 user interface - Gunnar Wrobel
To get an idea on how Horde 5 will look like: click the link or the image of this post. Why does Horde 5 get a face lift? Simply because the current UI was mentioned often en...