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infernet

Member Since 16 Oct 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 22 2015 10:55 AM
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#13024 Serious performance issue during imports

Posted by infernet on 17 February 2014 - 07:49 PM

Hi Ray, I'll try to join your dev session tomorrow. Could you please have someone that has command on DB & system administration?

 

I would like to drill down in administration of a dedicated server with LAMP & SSD. All the suggestions on your wiki haven't really improved the performance of the system.




#12165 email window size

Posted by infernet on 02 December 2013 - 08:49 AM

Browsers like chrome provide an internal resize function for text areas, but somehow this is disabled in zurmo. I agree with ecvaldas that this is not the best window to compose emails.




#12148 Undefined property: Swift_Transport_StreamBuffer::$_sequence

Posted by infernet on 29 November 2013 - 11:40 AM

I have solved the problem adding the following code to

 

/var/www/zurmo/app/protected/extensions/swiftmailer/lib/classes/Swift/Transport/StreamBuffer.php

  private $_sequence;



#12044 Undefined property: Swift_Transport_StreamBuffer::$_sequence

Posted by infernet on 20 November 2013 - 09:27 PM

The same problem here. It is not an option for me to downgrade to 5.4. Any suggestions to correct Swiftmailer?

 

I am running zurmo 2.5.3.




#11538 Concept behind community vs. commercial

Posted by infernet on 16 October 2013 - 10:57 AM

Hi guys,

 

I love the product you are offering. However, there are some points that can really put real business implementations in risk. Making the decision not to include billing/invoicing, etc. can be understood since you are a CRM provider, not a full ERP one, although you are losing position against e.g. the free version of vtiger or sugarcrm due to this. The same goes for the decision to remove the helpdesk/case management functionality. Competitors like x2crm include it in their free version. This last point can be solved via Zapier or IFTTT solutions.

 

I find that the decision not to offer zapier integration in the free version just removes core functionality from the system, not only a certain addon or lateral functionality from your system. I think that opening this dimension to the developer community as a free feature can increase your development momentum, since such a integration/plugin marketplace would be a wonderful base to expand the product.

 

I've been reading your old concepts and former position respecting what a CRM should offer. I am referring to this article, for instance, and I have the feeling the last releases and decisions somehow divert from this principle: 

 

Ray states:

 

 

Zurmo will always be open source and freely downloadable. In a few months, we will offer a commercial version that is licensed under a commercial license; however, the core feature set will remain in the open source version. The paid version will include hosting, support, upgrades, maintenance, and certain integrations. This approach is much different from other open source CRM applications where the free version is stripped of functionality and “teases” users in order to upgrade to the paid version. We will not play that game and feel that users should receive the same basic feature set that commercial customers do. Zurmo Inc. is the corporate entity that sits behind the open source project and manages the overall development cycle and release schedule.

 

I hope you approve and publish this post. I would like to know the opinion of other colleagues, that like me, need to have a good platform to work with to make custom development for our clients. Not every customer is able to move everything to your hosted SaaS variant.

 

Best regards,

Felix