Kopano – First time at FOSDEM for the Zarafa fork

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Kopano – First time at FOSDEM for the Zarafa fork

Delft, February 4th 2017. Kopano, the European open collaboration project is at FOSDEM for the first time.

Kopano is the Zarafa fork delivered by the makers of Zarafa! With the experience of over 10 years delivering enterprise groupware and collaboration software, the Kopano team invites developers to work with us on the entirely free software collaboration stack. Groupware, WebRTC video/chat, files. 100% AGPLv3, including all enterprise features, Webapp, Deskapp and the Outlook extension.

Kopano repositories are now publicly available, the ticketing system ( Jira ) is open and developers can contribute without signing a contribution agreement. Everything is developer centric. The community can add new sub-projects and perform pull requests. The changelog shows every commit and merges are fully transparent.

With help from community, the team works on getting into OpenSUSE and Debian upstream. Since January 29th Kopano core is in OpenSUSE factory. Debian is work in progress.

One major new development in 2017 will be the addition of a new RESTful API.

Mirror on Github : https://github.com/Kopano-mirror/kopano-core

Meet developers at the Kopano booth : https://kopano.com/events/kopano-at-fosdem/

Jelle van der Waa – lightning talk : https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/kopano/

Get account : https://jira.kopano.io/secure/Signup!default.jspa

More info here : https://kopano.com/2016-year-fork/

About Kopano
Kopano is the leading European provider of open source email and collaboration software. The company’s headquarter is located in Delft, the Netherlands. Kopano’s offices in Stuttgart and Hannover provide local sales and support to more than 200 partners and thousands of customers worldwide. Kopano software product puts email, calendars, webrtc and files in a single interface.

More information:
Helmuth Neuberger, VP Strategic Partnerships | email: h.neuberger at kopano dot com
+49 7153 612011

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