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[#] Mon Mar 03 2008 17:48:01 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel 7.33 released

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The new Release will bring you these Features: 

  * citadel and webcit now can make use of the shared-mime-info database. Install the package and citadel will use it to identify filetypes.

  * webcit can make use of freedesktop.org iconsets. See http://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=installation:start#prerequisites for details.

  * Webcit will now produce multipart/alternative webcit mails.

  * the XMPP service is turned on in Prod-Builds

  * License now explicitly allows to link openssl, as some people raised concerns about this issue

  * WebCit files room can do slideshows from uploaded pictures

  * WebCit will sort several list views all over the place alphabetical, for better eyeball grepping. 

Enjoy!



[#] Tue Mar 04 2008 10:08:39 EST from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Hey...look what showed up in LXer!!!


Mar 4 2008 9:27am from rss @dogpound2 in LXer Linux News>
Subject: Linux and Citadel provide infrastructure over packet radio for
public service events
A group of volunteers in the Twin Cities area has built an AX.25
packet radio network for emergency response and public service. The
network's back end is powered by Linux and the Citadel open source
groupware system.

http://lxer.com/module/newswire/ext_link.php?rid=100158

[#] Thu Mar 06 2008 16:23:49 EST from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Cool. Thanks for the link on LXer IG. We will be having a group think session this weekend for getting the backbone linking over RF working and will hopefully have some new news soon.

[#] Wed Mar 12 2008 10:19:21 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Outlook connector for Citadel is now available!

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I have some good news to share with everyone.

Bynari has officially released the new version of their Outlook connector that supports the open standard data formats used by Citadel. What this means in practice is that you can use this product to fully connect Microsoft Outlook to your Citadel server -- mail, calendars, tasks, address books ... it all works.

Go here to learn more or to get your own copy of it:

http://www.bynari.net/products/insight_connector/insight_connector_for_3rd_party_applications.html

Enjoy. :)

[#] Fri Apr 04 2008 00:25:23 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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A couple of miscellaneous items.

* This room (CitaNews) is now available as a mailing list, to which you may subscribe.

* I wrote a nice little document tonight that neatly summarizes the rationale behind the Citadel user interface model. It's a good read for people who don't grok the whole rooms/floors/goto thing, and think that the conventional folder model is "the only right way." Read it at http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:generalquestions:terminology


[#] Tue Apr 22 2008 14:39:16 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: citadel 7.35 released

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Citadel:
* QP encoding of mail headers
* initial threadding/msgid support in the server and the text client
* don't let threads hold us from shutdown to long
* removed Gateway Domain feature as it isn't used anymore.
* several artv flaws fixed
* fix the anoying warning of "user 0"
* several more pop3 aggregation configs
* svnversionnumber added
* libs ical, expat and sieve are mandatory
* several jabber improvements


Webcit:
* performance improvements in several parts
* renamed binary from webserver to webcit due to debian team request
* fix several UTF8 issues
* fix several crashes
* fix in the SMTP-QUEUE viewer
* user renaming

Since several bugs were fixed, upgrading is recommended.

Your Citadel Team 



[#] Tue Apr 22 2008 15:11:52 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Subject: Citadel 7.35 release notes

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[#] Wed Apr 23 2008 04:41:20 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: 7.35 .deb upgrading

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Hello everyone...

Since the 7.35 webcit package uses the debian libjs-prototype package, it won't upgrade unless you directly tell apt to do so:

apt-get install citadel-webcit

This is due to the bugfixing our debs which are about to enter Debian Lenny; Sorry for inconvenience.

 

Wilfried Goesgens 



[#] Wed May 07 2008 17:35:41 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: Good news on Citadel + Fat client Integration

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Hy,

I'd like to tell you that two fat clients interoperate better thanks to our (social & patch sending) activities: 

Icedove/Thunderbird + Iceowl/Sunbird + SyncKolab fixed to work with citadel (daves Effort) 

  https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=19021

 (you might want to read http://www.citadel.org/doku.php/faq:favoriteclient:using_your_citadel_calendar_and_contacts_in_thunderbird for detail )

I triggered Carsten at the debian Groupware meeting to fix Kontacts IMAP/ACL troubles: 

  http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-commits&m=121018372405736&w=2

Which fixes troubles with offline Imap and Kolab1 Protocol in KDEPim too. 

So Both Products will better integrate with Citadel in their next releases. 



[#] Tue May 13 2008 09:46:12 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

Subject: openssl package weak in debian etch and Ubuntu

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Hy,

If you've installed Citadel on an debian Etch or Ubuntu system, you should recreate citadels SSL keys.

This is nessecary via both installation methods; Easy install and .deb

For details see

 http://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2008/msg00152.html

Procedure:

apt-get update; apt-get upgrade

(this should bring you a new openSSL library )

(deb) rm -f /etc/ssl/citadel/* 

(easy install) rm -f /usr/local/citadel/keys/*

and restart citadel to make it generate new keys.

If you've signed keys by an authority, you need to recreate and sign them too.

Note that you most probably will have to accept this new key at the clients.

Also note, that this does allso affect the private key from your SSH server and DSA private keys for SSH public-key authentication (if you didn't already know)

--dothebart 



[#] Sun Jun 08 2008 08:17:05 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

Subject: Bad News -RIP Maid Marion

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For those who were part of the Citadel scene durring the 90's, perticularly in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, you may remember Maid Maion.  Yesterday I received a call from Tigress letting me know that she had passed.  She had been fighting cancer for many years and it got the best of her.  She leaves behind a 4 year and many friends and family.  I will post more details about the arraingments when I get them.  As far as I understand, the service will be in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area on Monday. 

It's always a wakeup call when a young person passes from such a vicious killer!

RIP - Maid Marion! 



[#] Tue Jun 17 2008 06:50:14 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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The debian repos are back online again.

Sorry for inconvenience. 



[#] Tue Jun 17 2008 06:47:21 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

Subject: MyCastleWall back up.

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We took a bit of damage from a near direct lightning hit last Monday while I was on the road.  One router and firewall replacement later and we're back in business. 

[#] Tue Jun 17 2008 11:05:04 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

Subject: Re:MyCastleWall back up.

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Tue Jun 17 2008 06:47:21 AM EDT from BOFHMike@mycastlewall (My Castle Wall)
Subject: MyCastleWall back up.

We took a bit of damage from a near direct lightning hit last Monday while I was on the road.  One router and firewall replacement later and we're back in business. 
Bugger all that weather related crap.

[#] Sat Sep 06 2008 22:55:06 EDT from boooots @ My Castle Wall

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[#] Mon Sep 08 2008 13:29:58 EDT from BOFHMike @ My Castle Wall

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My feelings exactly
Sun Sep 07 2008 02:55:06 UTC from boooots@mycastlewall



[#] Wed Sep 10 2008 08:36:23 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Anyone else notice this on LinuxToday:

LinuxPlanet: "Citadel is 100% GPL, and doesn't play games with making either binary or source downloads easily available. If I had to describe Citadel in a word, it would be "simplicity". It is a complex application with a lot of power and flexibility, but it's easy to install and administer."

http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2008-09-10-002-35-OS-SV 



[#] Wed Sep 10 2008 09:38:11 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It's the first part of a two-part review of Citadel by Carla Schroeder, first published in Enterprise Networking Planet in April. Evidently it's been syndicated because it showed up on a bunch of other sites this morning.

[#] Wed Sep 10 2008 15:10:14 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Still nice to see it resurface from time to time.

[#] Wed Sep 10 2008 15:38:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It's a very positive review. Carla clearly groks how Citadel gets the job done.

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