Posts by Nuxwin

    I would like to thanks all my partners here:

    Daniel Andreca for his great job on new installer and so on... ;
    Glenn B. Jakobsen for his big job on the project Web site ;
    Henrik Schytte and Marc Pujol for their big work on the new XHTML theme ;
    Torsten Widmann for his consistency job (testing, release process and forum management) ;
    Sascha Bay for his great component (Software installer) ;
    William Lightning for all of his contributions ;

    And of course, all our community.

    It's with great pleasure that we can finally present to you, our faithful users, the first official beta release of <strong>internet - Multi Server Control Panel (i-MSCP)</strong>.

    There has been a lot of bug fixes, enhancements and of course new features. One of the new features in this beta is the integrated software installer. This is a feature requested by many users and it's finally here. It will make it a lot easier for our users and your clients to install CMS systems like, Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress and of course many more. Also, it's now possible to add plugins in easy way with the new Events system integrated in the i-MSCP core.

    <strong>A short list of new features/enhancements:</strong>
    <ul class="itemlist">
    <li>DebugBar component (Development helper)</li>
    <li>Events system (Allow to create plugins)</li>
    <li>Migration script from ispCP to i-MSCP</li>
    <li>New i-MSCP tree builder (Dialog based)</li>
    <li>New setup/update script (Dialog based)</li>
    <li>On-Click-Logon ftp-user (Allows direct connections to the Filemanager from the panel)</li>
    <li>Software installer (Allows to manage and install Web softwares from the panel)</li>
    <li>Switched from MyISAM to InnoDB engine (Database)</li>
    For a complete list of bug fixes, enhancements and new features please visit the <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>CHANGELOG</strong></a>.

    As a footnote we would like to remind you that this is still a Beta and should not be used in production environments. But please feel free to test it in a testing environment and report bugs back to us - Thank you.

    <strong>Download Page:</strong> <a title="" href=""></a>


    <strong>i-MSCP Team</strong>

    <h3>Welcome to the i-MSCP project Web site.</h3>

    Internet Multi Server Control Panel (<strong>i-MSCP</strong>) is a project founded to build an impressive and powerful opensource Multi Server Control panel for personal and professional usage. It's must allow to manage any shared hosting environment in easy way without any human intervention on the server file system.
    <h3>Our vision</h3>
    Our vision is to be a world-class leader that provides one of the most used Web-based control Panel intended to personal and professional usage.

    We will accomplish our Vision through our commitment to strategic growth, outstanding service, and <em>community involvement</em>.

    <h3>About the first release date</h3>

    The first release is planned for June 2011. You can help us to release the first version more faster by contributing to the project. You can also try out the current development branch by installing it from our repository and by reporting any problem by creating ticket on our <a title="i-MSCP Issue tracking system" href="" target="_blank"><strong>issue tracking system</strong></a>. See our <a title="i-MSCP forum" href="" target="_blank"><strong>forums</strong></a> for more information about the procedure to follow.

    <h3>How to contribute to i-MSCP ?</h3>
    Anyone can contribute to the project but under some conditions. You can contribute by submitting patches, reporting problems, translate user interface into your native language...

    If a contributor wants to officially integrate the i-MSCP development team, he must do a special request, and answer correctly to some questions. These questions are required to be sure that the contributor has the necessary knowledges and can contribute in good condition. For example, if a contributor want get the i-MSCP developer status, he must have at least good knowledge in <strong><a title="PHP programming language" href="" target="_blank">PHP</a></strong> and basic knowledge of <strong><a title="Zend Framework" href="" target="_blank">Zend framework</a></strong>.

    The i-MSCP interface is written in <a title="PHP" href="" target="_blank"><strong>PHP</strong></a> / <a title="XHTML language" href="" target="_blank"><strong>XHTML</strong></a> / <a title="Javascript language" href="" target="_blank"><strong>Javascript</strong></a> (<a title="jQuery Javascript framework" href="" target="_blank"><em>jQuery</em></a>). The engine is written in <a title="Perl programming language" href="" target="_blank"><strong>PERL</strong></a>. Some other elements are written in <a title="C programming language" href="" target="_blank"><strong>C</strong></a> and <a title="Shell" href="" target="_blank"><strong>Shell</strong></a>.

    Hi ;

    I think that Tango asks for archives that are automatically builded all the nights.

    I'll add this feature to our site ASAP. For now, like goover said, you can use either the nightly-build script that is available on our wiki, or make an svn export.

    Hello ;

    I'll reopen the timeline if you want. The project continue, don't worry about this issue. The main reason to hide the timeline is to avoid any copy of our ideas before our first release.

    Thank cOurier for your answer.