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Re: status of hosting control panels?

I gave ProxMox a go today.  I was impressed.

On Tue, 2012-10-30 at 11:57 +0100, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> Can anyone comment on the status of open source control panels,
> particularly those packaged for Debian and/or mentioned in the wiki?
>     http://wiki.debian.org/HostingControlPanels
> In particular,
> - which is most popular/widely used?
> - are there any outstanding examples of control panels that are NOT in
> Debian yet, but would be highly worthwhile to package?
> - which have the flexibility to add in things like SIP or Jabber account
> creation/password sync without significant re-coding?
> - which are suitable for an administrator with limited UNIX experience
> (e.g. a web developer helping community groups build web sites) who just
> wants an easy way to let his users manage virtual mailboxes and web
> sites, etc?  (I'll be helping him install it, but he needs to be able to
> do daily admin tasks without depending on me)
> - are there any traps, or significant limitations to be wary of?
> - are there any other forums to discuss this topic within the Debian
> community, e.g. on IRC?

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