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[Baruwa] updates/best os?

Mark Chaney
Andrew,

Ok, so I havent updated baruwa for a long time, especially the ones that
required mailscanner 4.8.1. The problem I am finding now is updating my
ubuntu 10.4 system to the newest mailscanner/baruwa. Doesnt seem to be
any new debs for either. Do you recommend a different OS to make updates
for both easier?

Are you still making changes to baruwa? I havent seen any activity for
awhile in github or the mailing lists. Hope things are going well for ya.

-Mark
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Re: [Baruwa] updates/best os?

Andrew Colin Kissa
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Mike,

On 25 Oct 2010, at 9:02 AM, Mark Chaney wrote:
>
> Ok, so I havent updated baruwa for a long time, especially the ones that
> required mailscanner 4.8.1. The problem I am finding now is updating my
> ubuntu 10.4 system to the newest mailscanner/baruwa.

That should not be a problem at all, the deb packages in testing are still
the latest milestone release, No bugs have been reported so i intended
to release that as a stable release.

> Doesnt seem to be
> any new debs for either.

The debs in the testing directory are the latest, if you want to go total
bleeding edge then there is a debian build kit in the source tree so
you could build that to a deb

> Do you recommend a different OS to make updates
> for both easier?

No officially rpm's and deb's will always be provided

>
> Are you still making changes to baruwa?

Yes lots of changes, i will be putting up a roadmap to indicate what
features will be complete when.

> I havent seen any activity for

For the mailing lists that should be a good thing, i see that as
an indication that the "software just works"

> awhile in github or the mailing lists.

There is a new technical direction to improve the code base and
the efficiency of the software in large scale SAAS environments,
these changes are not compatible with the old code base, i will
only introduce them when the whole project is complete. All
development is going on in my own git clone for the time being
as no one has offered to help the development effort so there is
really no point in pushing the unusable changes to github.

> Hope things are going well for ya.

Just as a heads up, the development is still in python, but i have
switched to pylons and SQLAlchemy as the Django orm was a bit
restrictive for complex issues like the SQL configuration. SQLAlchemy
and Pylons are a breath of fresh air as i no longer feel like am in
a straight jacket. There is a NOSQL branch as well but that will only
be released once MongoBD fix their map reduce engine speed.


All in all Baruwa is alive and keeping and lots of work is going on
in the background.

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Re: [Baruwa] updates/best os?

Mark Chaney
So if i wanted to update to a version that works with 4.8.x of
mailscanner, this version:
http://topdog-software.com/oss/baruwa/1.0.0/testing/baruwa_1.0.0a-1_all.deb 
would be best?

I think my current version is a github checkout. Not 100% sure on the
version #.

-Mark

On 10/25/2010 02:35 AM, Andrew Colin Kissa wrote:

> Mike,
>
> On 25 Oct 2010, at 9:02 AM, Mark Chaney wrote:
>> Ok, so I havent updated baruwa for a long time, especially the ones that
>> required mailscanner 4.8.1. The problem I am finding now is updating my
>> ubuntu 10.4 system to the newest mailscanner/baruwa.
> That should not be a problem at all, the deb packages in testing are still
> the latest milestone release, No bugs have been reported so i intended
> to release that as a stable release.
>
>> Doesnt seem to be
>> any new debs for either.
> The debs in the testing directory are the latest, if you want to go total
> bleeding edge then there is a debian build kit in the source tree so
> you could build that to a deb
>
>> Do you recommend a different OS to make updates
>> for both easier?
> No officially rpm's and deb's will always be provided
>
>> Are you still making changes to baruwa?
> Yes lots of changes, i will be putting up a roadmap to indicate what
> features will be complete when.
>
>> I havent seen any activity for
> For the mailing lists that should be a good thing, i see that as
> an indication that the "software just works"
>
>> awhile in github or the mailing lists.
> There is a new technical direction to improve the code base and
> the efficiency of the software in large scale SAAS environments,
> these changes are not compatible with the old code base, i will
> only introduce them when the whole project is complete. All
> development is going on in my own git clone for the time being
> as no one has offered to help the development effort so there is
> really no point in pushing the unusable changes to github.
>
>> Hope things are going well for ya.
> Just as a heads up, the development is still in python, but i have
> switched to pylons and SQLAlchemy as the Django orm was a bit
> restrictive for complex issues like the SQL configuration. SQLAlchemy
> and Pylons are a breath of fresh air as i no longer feel like am in
> a straight jacket. There is a NOSQL branch as well but that will only
> be released once MongoBD fix their map reduce engine speed.
>
>
> All in all Baruwa is alive and keeping and lots of work is going on
> in the background.
>
> --
> JAVA - write once, crawl anywhere.
>
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> http://lists.baruwa.org/mailman/listinfo/baruwa
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Re: [Baruwa] updates/best os?

Andrew Colin Kissa
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On 25 Oct 2010, at 10:04 PM, Mark Chaney wrote:

> So if i wanted to update to a version that works with 4.8.x of
> mailscanner, this version:
> http://topdog-software.com/oss/baruwa/1.0.0/testing/baruwa_1.0.0a-1_all.deb 
> would be best?

Yes that will be the best, the SQL configuration is not implemented yet though

>
> I think my current version is a github checkout. Not 100% sure on the
> version #.

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