The project looks for contributors willing to grow the first OSS email and collaboration solution for data sovereignty conscious organizations
Milano, Lombardia Jan 13, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Zextras releases Carbonio Community Edition source code to offer community members the opportunity to contribute to the first open source solution for email and collaboration targeted to the growing segment of organizations with a responsible attitude to privacy and data sovereignty.
Carbonio CE functions are natively built together to give an overall experience, both to end users and system administrators. The main characteristics are:
- Complete email server, equipped with a robust anti-spam and antivirus, and advanced webmail.
- Instant messaging system, to communicate securely in various ways, from individual chats to group video meetings, including screen sharing and file sharing capabilities.
- File management system, with real-time collaborative editing, features with full sharing capabilities, file versioning, and access control.
- Native mobile apps for iOS and Android devices to make Carbonio CE a friendly platform that can also be used on the move.
Zextras Carbonio Community Edition (CE) is released under the AGPL and targeted towards FOSS community members and offers the essential email and communication features. Potential customers are large organizations dealing with the personal data of individuals, plus internet services providers serving this market segment.
Zextras Carbonio CE source code is available here: https://github.com/Zextras. On the website, there is a page providing some hints to potential contributors, about the different tasks and the resources available for each one: https://www.zextras.com/carbonio-ce-contribute.
For more information, please visit https://www.zextras.com.
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