[Vtigercrm-developers] List of potential contributions - feedback requested
tzenk at gmx.net
Tue Apr 8 09:55:08 PDT 2008
besides the fact that all of these modules sound very interesting i
think #6 is the most interesting for the majority of vTiger-users, as
the custom fields do play a BIG role in setting up different setups of
vTiger for different usage. The custom fields feature is a vast Plus
within vtiger already, a little more extended makes it even vaster, to
leave my few words on this.
And as always: If you wizards need an extensive themer /tester /
documenter/ translator (native german/ native english) on anything
around vTiger count me in.
Joe Bordes schrieb:
> Hi All,
> I have been contracted by IMED Mobility to create a vtigerCRM email list
> system. The design we have accorded with Imed, has more or less the same
> goals as Peaceworks/Sutherland-Schultz number 1 extension.
> Imed decided to fund the development of the extension and release it as
> an opensource extension on the forge.
> I have been given permission to speak in their name and help Peaceworks
> to port their extension to 5.0.4 and make it available to the community,
> on the forge and in the base product if vtiger team sees it fit.
> At the moment I would like to thank Peaceworks and Sutherland-Schultz
> for there contribution.
> Nolan, if you are interested in working with TSolucio drop me an email.
> We will set up a forge project and port your mailing system to 5.0.4
> Regards, Joe
> El mar, 08-04-2008 a las 10:15 -0400, Nolan Andres escribió:
>> Thanks, folks, for your kind words. I would be remiss to not mention my client, who have generously agreed to contribute this work that they paid for. They are Sutherland-Schultz Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. (www.sutherland-schultz.com)
>> It looks like this is the way to proceed. I think what I'll do is start pulling together some screenshots and example code chunks for each of the features, and send them to Prasad so they can check them out more carefully.
>> As I said, these components are all v4.2, plus (as you may imagine) they have some client-specific parts that we will want to excise (stuff that I don't think is very useful for the community at large) before they are contributed. The upshot is that it will take a little bit of work (read *time*) to port these to 5.0.x.
>> That is to some extent why I wanted to check on priorities. If there are certain things that would be *really* helpful to someone, I could see us prioritizing them so that we do those first. Not sure we'll be able to get everything together for a single version release (thanks for the nod, anyway, David) but we'll see what we can do ;)
>> If anybody else is *really* interested in getting something moving *very* quickly and is willing to help with the port of that feature, we might be able to arrange that.
>> Prasad, should I send the code to you, or should I just post it here?
>> ----- "Prasad" <prasad at vtiger.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Nolan Andres,
>>> Really a good piece of work. I would like to thank you and your
>>> client(s) for deciding to contribute back.
>>> If you can share code with us with more details that will make it easy
>>> to analyze it further.
>>> vtiger Team
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