TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library

Introductions and Appliances

Hello,

I was planning on doing this exact same thing but you guys will save me a ton of time and effort. I look forward to contributing in one way or another. I hope to create some appliances for email, (maybe obm or egroupware). From there maybe I can test others items on my ESX cluster. Anyways look forward to helping out.

 

Patrick

Liraz Siri's picture

Welcome Patrick!

Your interest in the project is most welcome. If you need any help or have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

In a nutshell the fastest way to get an appliance added to the project is to create a prototype, takes notes during the process and then share your results. Once we add an appliance to the project we assume the burden of maintaining it at the appliance level (e.g., Core upgrades).

We already had eGroupWare on our radar but I wasn't previously familiar with OBM. Looks very powerful and a classic candidate for integration as an appliance.

Cheers!

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