Meeting minutes 8 Feb

Ken Murchison murch at
Mon Feb 8 11:26:03 EST 2016

On 02/08/2016 06:23 AM, Bron Gondwana via Cyrus-devel wrote:
> Present: Nicola, ellie, Bron, Simon
> Nicola
>   - that email I nagged about docs.  Bron - will have time tomorrow, let's just do it.
>   - Sieve docs are coming along very well.
>   - Checksumming extension idea from FM wiki is a silly idea, let's not do that.  Use external tools to add headers and filter on those
> Bron
>   - released RFC 5490 mailbox support to FastMail today, pushed back along with Cassandane tests to cf/master.
>   - planning to keep working on JMAP this week
> Ellie
> - working on tooling for getting data out of backups at the moment
> - have been hoping to get code onto master but i'm hesitant to do so while the tests aren't passing, cause i don't want to complicate things
> Simon
>   - no Cyrus news
> Failing tests - looks like Ken has pushed back something which is breaking the /.well-known/caldav discovery, and hence everything after that point is failing miserably. Haven't looked into it - FastMail has just branched off an earlier version.

I just fixed this with my latest commit.

> Ken's new work (that probably broke this) is proper standards-track calendar sharing.  Part of bringing FastMail onto that will be making sure that our existing shares aren't broken.  This should allow Apple clients (and others in future) to work with sharing on Cyrus.  Need to find docs on it for Nicola!

The sharing work is getting close to completion.  I need to implement 
the reply side of the invitation process.  The invite side is pretty 
much complete.  The POST is parsed and the appropriate ACL changes made 
on the sharer's collection and notifications sent to the sharees.  The 
code to read shared mailboxes out of the subscriptions db and "bind" 
them into the home-set is there.  Doing a DELETE on a shared collection 
just removes it from the subscriptions db.

I haven't decided if we want/should allow a sharee to actually delete a 
sharer's collection if it has been shared as read-write. I'm think only 
the owner should be allowed to DELETE a collection that they are sharing.

Kenneth Murchison
Principal Systems Software Engineeer
Carnegie Mellon University

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