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February 6, 2009 at 12:02 pm #41456mrfancypantsMember
I want it to charge 1$ for every feature request that is uncreative or unneccesary
paid to fluvio
I have been using zeroshell for about 2 years on and off and you have done a solid job bringing this along. Do you need any help with any specific feature you are or planning on doing? Is there any hardware you wantneed that would help …
no promises but I use your work enough to try ….
mr Fancy PantsSeptember 23, 2009 at 1:35 pm #47579bramMember
You are absolutely right, mrfancypants.
But, I guess it would be nice if we could ask fulvio to work on a specific part or module, such as the long awaited accounting module, and ‘sponsor’ him to get it done?
I don’t mean: pressure him by sponsoring him, but just showing our appreciation, and helping him to succeed in finishing it on a priority set base.
Sponsoring could be in the form of funds, materials, code, …, no?
We just need to check with fulvio and see what he needs the most…
I’m hereby declaring myself a tester 😉April 2, 2010 at 8:22 pm #47580dshoveMember
I would support this as well. I would pay and contribute/test code to see the most requested features implemented. Unfortunately, I haven’t seen much progress lately (I just started looking into Zeroshell).
Keep up the good work.April 22, 2010 at 4:01 pm #47581athelingMember
Just an opinion, so it is not worth much but…
If you want something in ZS or a bug fixed, you could try implementing/fixing it yourself and then send the changes to Fulvio.
In my case, ZS looked to be the closest router to my needs with multiple WAN interfaces and support for VoIP (SIP/RTP). I also happen to have a couple of public servers on my LAN and wanted QoS so that mail/web traffic would not affect VoIP quality.
But I found some issues with the interaction of QoS and NetBalance. I dug in and fixed it well enough for my needs and sent the changes to Fulvio. Later, before Fulvio released another beta, there was some interest in my changes and I found that my changes were not enough to solve the similar problems others were encountering so I have revised them and re-submitted to Fulvio.
I must say that Fulvio and ppalias have both been most helpful in considering my changes and helping test them. Those changes are still in a bit of flux while more testing is being performed and users on this forum indicate yet more network topologies that I had not considered. But I do expect that the next beta will be better in regard to QoS and NetBalance than the previous one.
That was the area that I was in need of fixes and I was able to contribute. So if there is an area that you need improvements and you have any ability (or lack of fear), dig in and submit the changes for consideration.August 1, 2010 at 9:56 pm #47582AnonymousMember
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Is there an easy way to send Fulvio money to support this project? I see talk of one but not much else.
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