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Re: v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released!

Sent February 16th 2015

Re: v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released! Justin,I'm sorry for taking so long to report back on my tests on this.  See below for why...The idea looks great so far.  However, I haven't managed to get FastCGI to work fully. (I was able to see the interface for setup using a CGI Wrapper that I have mentioned on this email list in the past, but I am specifically trying to test FastCGI.)It appears that CGI::Fast has some issues, though I can't seem to find out why.  See http://serverfault.com/questions/664686/perl-...

Re: v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released!

Sent February 13th 2015

Test - should be the last one, ...

Re: v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released!

Sent February 13th 2015

Reply, Reply, Test ...

Re: v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released!

Sent February 2nd 2015

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v8.0.0 Alpha 1 Released!

Sent February 1st 2015

Hello everyone. Good news! The first ALPHA version of v8 of Dada Mail has been released! Major improvements include porting Dada Mail to the CGI::Application framework, and FastCGI support! I could really use some feedback on this release - especially if you're using FastCGI. I need to know if it's working, and what would make your life easier to utilize Dada Mail under FastCGI - it's all unknown territory for me. All these docs are drafts, but I would love feedback on these as well: Download and install: http...

Progress Report: CGI::Application/FastCGI support

Sent January 20th 2015

Hi everyone - just a progress report: I've gotten Dada Mail running under FastCGI pretty successfully! Whoo! Once this is complete, it's hoping we'll all see 5x-10x performance improvements, especially on busy sites, so that would be fantastic. I'm currently working on the Dada Mail plugins. It's been an interesting project to get going correctly, but I think I've turned the corner on that as well. Plugins will act actually like plugins; running under the main, "mail.cgi" app, instead of being their own tin...

Re: Dada Mail Version Eight!

Sent January 9th 2015

Here's a small update on this project: After some pretty long days of making a million small adjustments literally everywhere in the source code, we now have a pretty well-functioning, CGI::Application-powered, and FastCGI-enabled Dada Mail! There's a few more problems to overcome, but I should have something alpha-quality to release, and have available for testing purposes. I could really use the feedback, as literally anything could have a small (or larger) bug, that needs to be dealt with. Thankfully, even thoug...

Re: Dada Mail Version Eight!

Sent January 7th 2015

> Great to hear! Then I can retire my FastCGI/Plack workaround that I have been using to get Dada Mail to run under Nginx. I'll be most interested in getting feedback from you - I'm a little worried about zombie processes. Dada Mail currently forks off a new process, when it sends out a mass mailing, which is a no-no for FastCGI. The workaround looks pretty easy to implement, But I haven't done research yet on what the situation is in PSGI/Plack-land. Also a little worried about the database connection. I'm ...

Re: Dada Mail Version Eight!

Sent January 7th 2015

Re: Dada Mail Version Eight! Great to hear!  Then I can retire my FastCGI/Plack workaround that I have been using to get Dada Mail to run under Nginx.Moshe--Moshe Katz-- moshe@ymkatz.net-- +1(301)867-3732 On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 2:55 PM, Justin J justin@dadamailproject.com [Dada Mail Developers] <dadadev@dadamailproject.com> wrote: Hi Everybody, So, last night, I started working on the next big major version of Dada Mail - v8!. I'm usually fairly conservative with my versioning, and only announce major ver...

Dada Mail Version Eight!

Sent January 6th 2015

Hi Everybody, So, last night, I started working on the next big major version of Dada Mail - v8!. I'm usually fairly conservative with my versioning, and only announce major versions when something huge gets changed. In this case I'm in the process of migrating Dada Mail to be CGI::Application-based. Right now, there's really no framework to speak of in Dada Mail! Moving to CGI::Application is going to do a few cool things, most importantly it's gonna allow us to run Dada Mail as not just as CGI script, but will gi...

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