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phpGroupWare (formerly known as webdistro) is a multi-user groupware suite of the 2000s years written in PHP. It was a fully featured, web based messaging, collaboration and enterprise management platform providing over 50 applications including a calendar, todo list, address book, email, news headlines, and a file manager. The system as a whole had an advanced API for developing additional application, and user groups.

The project initially developed on SourceForge has moved to GNU Savannah. Bug tracking, patch submissions, and forums are still available for historic record.

"IRC irc:// " IRC Help channel
"IRC irc:// " IRC development channel

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released on 7 July 2010

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Leaders and contributors

Dave Hall Maintainer
Joseph Engo Maintainer
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Developer VCS Repository Webview
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Bug Tracking Bug Tracking

Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use postgres or MySQL
Required to use PHP

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 September 2015.


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