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Collabograte: An Integration Platform for Collaboration Components Overview ======== Collabograte helps you integrate collaboration components in your IT environment. Currently, it supports the following software packages: Cyrus IMAP ejabberd INN MediaWiki OpenLDAP Postfix Sympa WordPress Collabograte provides a reference virtual machine implementation that includes all of the above software packages configured with a number of integration points. Example: OpenLDAP stores groups of users which are used as the source of membership for Sympa mailing lists, whose messages are bidirectionally gatewayed to INN newsgroups). Additional packages (including multiple packages for the same category of software) are welcome -- the goal is to be able to mix and match any number of combinations that people find to be useful. Currently, Collabograte supports CentOS/RHEL as the target OS platform, uses KVM as the virtual machine technology, and Puppet as the primary toolset for application configuration. Here too, additional options are encouraged and can be added based on demand. Documentation ============= The wiki contains the project documentation: https://github.com/kartiksubbarao/collabograte/wiki The project mailing list is hosted on Google Groups: http://groups.google.com/group/collabograte firstname.lastname@example.org Community ========= In addition to being a nexus for integration implementations that anyone can build on, Collabograte is also a vehicle for communicating integration-related feedback to the upstream projects and OS distributions. For example: the RPM for a software package can be improved to be more integration-friendly; or entirely new features can be added to a software package to make it a better integration bridge between other components. Collabograte provides a focal point for that kind of advocacy and contribution. License ======= Collabograte is Open Source software licensed under the FreeBSD license. See LICENSE for more information.