Tine 2.0 2009/02 (Lara) RC 2 available
Yesterday we released our second release candiate of Tine 2.0 Lara (2009/02).
Tine 2.0 is an ExtJS based groupware/crm solution.
* Asterisk integration
* ActiveSync support
* Export as PDF or Open Document
This release contains minor bugfixes in all modules and we moved to ActiveSync code to a separate package to avoid patent problems for US-based users.
You can download the latest version from http://www.tine20.org/download/.
A demo is also available at http://www.tine20.org/demo/.
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You have a very nice application out there. Congrats!
How much time took you to get it in the current state?
On februar 28 we have our first birthday. So worked 1 year with 2,5 developers on Tine 2.0.
Looks good. I like that filtering tool you have. I noticed a bit of a bug with it though. If you use the "-" to delete filters and you delete the filter when there is only one filter, then you lose the ability to see the "+" to add filters. I had to go to another accordion module and come back again to be able to reset it to show the "+" again.
A minor remark about the styling. The top portion is loaded up with toolbars. I can see where a user kind of gets lost in them, not realizing where one starts/finishes. Take the filter tool for example. I could see some benefit in altering the css slightly to distinguish the levels of toolbars or panels up there a tad. I'm not saying to make it purple as a total contrast, but something slightly different to give a visual cue.
Again, looks nice from a quick glance.
I know diddly about synchronization, but just thought I'd post a link to another example out there in case you were not aware:
I gather everyone wants to keep their widget propietary.
What do you mean with proprietary? I'm a little bit confused as we don't have any proprietary code.
Originally Posted by mjlecomte
Sorry, I didn't imply you. I meant what I linked to, plus your cautions about how part of the package wasn't included for US users because of patent rights, etc. I think the linked package has something of their own proprietary system, and on the wiki for that link mention how Apple, etc. has propietary stuff. So again, I wasn't implying you had something proprietary.
Originally Posted by lkneschke