[RCD] Survey about Roundcube deployments

Roland Liebl roland at roland-liebl.de
Tue Dec 22 10:47:31 CET 2009


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Leinier Cruz Salfran" <salfrancl at ipigto.rimed.cu>
To: "RoundCube Dev" <dev at lists.roundcube.net>
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2009 4:13 PM
Subject: Re: [RCD] Survey about Roundcube deployments


> El lun, 21-12-2009 a las 07:00 +0100, Roland Liebl escribió:
>> There is a database logging plubin at http://myroundcube.googlecode.com
>> (dblog).
>>
>
> hello .. can you copy all these projects to another server, e.g
> sourceforge, berlios.de .. google blocks access to my country .. thanks
> in advance
>
>
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: "Brandon Davidson" <brandond at uoregon.edu>
>> To: "Roland Liebl" <roland at roland-liebl.de>; "Ziba Scott" 
>> <ziba at umich.edu>
>> Cc: "RoundCube Dev" <dev at lists.roundcube.net>
>> Sent: Sunday, December 20, 2009 11:03 AM
>> Subject: Re: [RCD] Survey about Roundcube deployments
>>
>>
>> > It worked out of the box on my development host running SVN trunk.
>> > Definitely a very good starting place for an admin panel, or at least 
>> > some
>> > sort of status/debugging interface.
>> >
>> > The log file interface is nice, but using that on my production hosts
>> > wouldn't work so well - I have multiple systems behind a load-balancer.
>> > Log
>> > aggregation of some sort would be a requirement. Anyone feel like a
>> > database
>> > logging plugin? Some sort of a read_log API hook might be nice too, to
>> > round
>> > out both sides of the equation.
>> >
>> > -Brad
>> >
>> > On 12/19/09 11:39 PM, "Roland Liebl" <roland at roland-liebl.de> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Hello Ziba,
>> >>
>> >> I made some adjustments to get it working for me. It looks like you 
>> >> have
>> >> missed to adjust the template includes to use $vars array.
>> >> In addition I added a check that $rcmail_config['skin_include_php'] is
>> >> TRUE.
>> >>
>> >> If it is ok for you I will bundle your plugins with my MyRoundcube 
>> >> plugin
>> >> collection an host them on http://myroundcube.googlecode.com.
>> >>
>> >> Well, your code is a good starting point for an admin interface. Let's
>> >> start
>> >> to work on it together.
>> >>
>> >> Regards,
>> >> R.
>> >>
>> >> ----- Original Message -----
>> >> From: "Ziba Scott" <ziba at umich.edu>
>> >> To: "Brandon Davidson" <brandond at uoregon.edu>
>> >> Cc: "RoundCube Dev" <dev at lists.roundcube.net>
>> >> Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 6:01 PM
>> >> Subject: Re: [RCD] Survey about Roundcube deployments
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>> Sorry for the long delay.  I kept telling myself I'd polish it up, 
>> >>> test
>> >>> it on a the newest RC, write some docs.  But I didn't.  Rather than
>> >>> delay more, I'll just link you my plugins as is: undocumented, 
>> >>> possibly
>> >>> not working with the latest RC.  Sorry.  I hope it's useful.  I'll 
>> >>> keep
>> >>> it at this url for a month or so:
>> >>>
>> >>> http://umich.edu/~ziba/adminplugins.tgz
>> >>>
>> >>> It's three plugins: one supplies hooks for the other two.
>> >>>
>> >>> Someday I'd like to polish it up and host it officially with other
>> >>> plugins.  (Unless someone else wants to!)
>> >>>
>> >>> Cheers,
>> >>> Ziba
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>> Brandon Davidson wrote:
>> >>>> Hi Zilba,
>> >>>>
>> >>>> We're working on rolling out Roundcube to our student body here at 
>> >>>> the
>> >>>> UO. It's still in beta, and we're looking at ways to collect
>> >>>> utilization
>> >>>> statistics like the ones you provided below. Would it be difficult 
>> >>>> for
>> >>>> you to share the plugin you developed to provide these?
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Just for the record, the product we're migrating away from is called
>> >>>> Alphamail. It's open source, and had a SourceForge project page that
>> >>>> has
>> >>>> been taken down due to inactivity. It was written by a PhD student 
>> >>>> from
>> >>>> our Computer Science department as his thesis project, and 
>> >>>> development
>> >>>> ceased when he got his diploma. It's been stable enough, but the
>> >>>> interface is somewhat clunky a the real focus of his work was on a
>> >>>> multithreaded caching IMAP proxy midlayer that the web interface 
>> >>>> talked
>> >>>> to via a proprietary protocol.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Thanks,
>> >>>>
>> >>>> -Brad
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> -----Original Message-----
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> We've been offering Roundcube to everyone at the University of
>> >>>>>
>> >>>> Michigan
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> for a bit over a year.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> Number of users (max): 70,013
>> >>>>>         This is the number of preference sets in the database.  We
>> >>>>>
>> >>>> have
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> more IMAP accounts, but they have not yet chosen to visit our
>> >>>>>
>> >>>> Roundcube
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> install.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> Average of concurrent users: 500 to 2000
>> >>>>>          The number is highly variable based on time of day and our
>> >>>>> academic calendar.
>> >>>>>          A snapshot from this morning shows:
>> >>>>>             Active in the last hour: 2715
>> >>>>>             Active in the last 5 minutes: 1879
>> >>>>>             Active in the last minute: 1096
>> >>>>>             (we've got a plugin which gives stats like these that
>> >>>>>
>> >>>> we're
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> still preparing to share)
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> Some interesting, un-shared modifications have been:
>> >>>>>     * All folder searching and a new search interface
>> >>>>>     * A checkbox column
>> >>>>>     * Horde Addressbook read/write
>> >>>>>     * Non-scrolling column headers
>> >>>>>     * A new skin (still working to make it 3.1 compatible)
>> >>>>>     * Forwarding full headers
>> >>>>>     * Forced client refresh on upgrade
>> >>>>>     * CoSign authentication
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>
>> >>> _______________________________________________
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>> >>>
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
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