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Revision as of 18:29, 31 January 2006 by Paul (talk | contribs) (Things I'd like to see in HylaFAX)

Q: How can I get X feature added to HylaFAX?

A: Great question! As with most open source software projects, there is no guarantee the work will be added to HylaFAX unless you a) do it yourself, and then b) convince the development team that the change is a "good thing"(tm). Who are the developers? They're those people who subscribe to the hylafax-devel mailing list, and who follow bugzilla and CVS commit logs, and who participate in discussions on some combination of these forums. Everyone's welcome, and people tend to come and go as the mood strikes them. There's some usual supects of course, but newcomers are always welcome. If you think you'd like to introduce a new feature to HylaFAX yourself then please by all means file a bug report and hang a patch at [] - you're sure to get feedback and if concensus is that the work represents a positive change, it will be committed to CVS.

If you don't fancy becoming a developer yourself, or are more of an idea, or "big picture" person, then file your idea below and perhaps some developer (or developer-to-be) will decide it looks like fun and run with it. If you want to increase the odds that someone will take interest in your feature, you should consider adding a bounty, which is the amount of money you'd be willing to offer a developer to do the work for you.

Things I'd like to see in HylaFAX

  • LDAP Support for Client/User Authentication: Paul 15:35, 16 December 2005 (EST)
  • Mini Webserver for Hylafax Server Status, Job Management: Paul 15:35, 16 December 2005 (EST)
  • Destination Routing between multiple Servers in different Countries: Alex 18:33, 30 January 2006 (CET)

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