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Re: OpenLDAP to replace Oracle Internet Directory
----- "Matheus Morais" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Gavin,
> Sorry for the late reply, I need to organize my mail box, I just not seen this email!
> On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Gavin Henry < email@example.com > wrote:
> > I want thank every one responsible to keep OpenLDAP project with that high
> > level of quality and I am really proud about that kind of quality has been
> > produced by a free software project (free as in freedom).
> Excellent news! How is it going now? Did you use our docs to help you?
> We're doing really well at this time. Right now we're waiting for the dev team to correct one of our LDAP API which was using substring search for distinguishedName attributes and that works on Oracle Internet Directory but as RFC 2256 say, section 5.50 more precisely, the 'client must not assume that LDAP servers are capable of performing attribute subtyping'. They are testing and after put on production we will be ready to change the last systems which still using Oralce Internet Directory.
OK, understood. Excellent news!
> I most used the Administrator's Guide for version 2.4 and all the manuals available. I think the documentation is very complete in general but could be improved in some points, like the session of Monitor backend for example. I also would be happy if we had a portuguese version of Admin's Guide.
> Since I'm not a developer I could help on the documention at my spare time. I would be glad if I could help in some aspect.
We'd welcome any contributions for our documentation, especially translations.
I'm aware there are lots of unfinished/started sections and others light on material. I've a big TODO list, but my time for docs this year has been absolutely shocking, unlike previous years. Apologies for this and to others on the project.
I'll be back full steam ahead when things get better, but in the mean time welcome any patches and will happily review and commit them once filed via our ITS at: http://www.openldap.org/its
OpenLDAP Engineering Team.
Community developed LDAP software.