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Manveru
User

5 posts

Posted on 21 January 2016 @ 00:20
I don't want to be rude or offend anyone. But I'm really curious why this project has a web page so poor looking like from early 90's?

Prescinding from from the overall look and feel of the web page, I'd like to know why information about releases doesn't contain dates?

Is this project an open source? I don't see links to any repositories, any contribution guides, no welcome messages for developers.

Is there any way to help with the project?
Manveru
User

5 posts

Posted on 21 January 2016 @ 00:22
https://code.google.com/p/zfsguru/

Really?
CiPHER
Developer

1199 posts

Posted on 21 January 2016 @ 04:31
You can read about the website progress in the State of the Project available in the News section. We are working on a new website.

As for development, we are focusing on GitLab - a BSD port is in progress but might still take some time. Once it is complete and working, we will begin using it and things like a bugtracker will be available.

Once the new website is online, documentation about developing will also be written.
Manveru
User

5 posts

Posted on 21 January 2016 @ 22:33edited 22:34 09s
CiPHER wrote: As for development, we are focusing on GitLab - a BSD port is in progress but might still take some time. Once it is complete and working, we will begin using it and things like a bugtracker will be available. You're focused on porting GitLab? Could I know the reason for that, please? What's wrong with using tools already around? GitHub, BitBucket and GitLab allow to host open-source projects without a need of hosting private version anywhere. ZFSguru is very very interesting project, but looks a bit stale now.
beh
User

5 posts

Posted on 6 February 2016 @ 18:08edited 18:08 29s
Zfsguru might be open source in code but not in spirit. The project is not managed in a way that invite to contributions like many other other open source projects (most notably the best in class FreeBSD that Zfsguru is based on).

There are no code of conduct or information how to contribute and how the project is structured. Questions on the forum are often left without an answer. Promises are made with strict deadlines and then the deadlines pass without any information and the users get anxious. The admins seems to be very detail oriented and are now in the process of building the "perfect cms" to build a new generation of web gui on top of. The documentation on http://zfsguru.com/doc is very lackluster and not updated since 2011.

The product is good but the project leaders are not up to managing the community expectations. Jason & CiPHER need help with this. There was a post "State of the project" written more than 1.5 years ago and in fairness news section have been updated regularly in the time since. But my relationship with the Zfsguru project is "it's complicated".
karmantyu
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131 posts

Posted on 18 May 2016 @ 10:50
I only hope that everybody (Jason & CiPHER) is alright and the project is stale because of untold reasons.
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