The week in development:
- Our desktop people were spending time in Randa, a small town in the Swiss mountains, where they were discussing KDE related issues and hacking away together with similar minded people. Most probably they also got a chance or two for some social interaction.
- Work was continued on the Copenhagen (MAPI integration) project. Where as it was easy to spot progress in the beginning, the details around folder permissions and configuration objects that are being worked out now are not as visible.
- The Guam project (the scalable IMAP session and payload filter) is moving along as planned. The filter handling engine is in place. It is now being implanted into the main body of the system, and then work on the actual filter formulation can be started.
- A few defects in Kolab on UCS was discovered in the beginning of the week. Those were investigated and are getting fixed as I am writing this. Hopefully we will be able to push a new package for this product early next week.
In other news: The engineering people are working hard to prepare the backend systems for some interesting upcoming KolabNow changes. There will be more information about those changes in other more appropriate places.
Only thing left is, to wish everyone a very nice weekend.