Yep what we promise to people is ever better than you have…else we won’t do it
I played with cockpit cause I was curious.
I hope it’s not to early to report things.
In the editUser it shows the wrong domain:
If I remember correctly nethserver-cockpit still has some ‘mock-up’ parts. Net-gui is not completely implemented in nethserver-cockpit.
@dev_team: Any updates on the progress?
Hahahaha, sorry, again a mock-up trap for me!
@Sebastian released a new module last week, but the overall development is on hold right now.
Still, we think this is the right path
You could have known such an answer raises new questions… lol
Would it be a good idea to post the current status and future roadmap on nethserver-cockpit? What milestones are identified and what timeframe are we talking about for those milestones?
Current implementation covers about 10-15% percent of existing NethGUI.
I honestly have no idea, I can just guess we will work on it somewhere somehow during 2018.
in the meantime i suppose we will meet all here
Good to know there will be a cockpit talk at fosdem2018. I hope I can make it sunday. I will be at fosdem at least on saturday.
finally videos of dojo 2017 are available, this is the talk about cockpit:
and the playlist:
Upstream released a “starter kit” for Cockpit add-on developers
@giacomo cockpit was mentioned in a couple of topics regarding feature enhancement or UX redesign of the admin interface.
So, killing question is: are there any kind of ETA (double underlined on estimated, not requested) for this new admin interface?
I hope to have something workable (maybe an alpha?) for the end of 2018 (or the begging of 2019), but priorities may change at any time
It’s a big change, I hope we can discuss Cockpit evolution at NethServer conference too
The work is in progress, and the core part is almost done.
What is missing to complete the core:
- Network: configuration of physical interfaces, PPPoE and static routes
- Software center and applications management (you can’t install new modules)
- i18n workflow
Everything else is ready to be tested.
We would also like to know what are you thinking about the new Network page which is really a work in progress.
How to install? Just execute:
yum update && yum --enablerepo=nethserver-testing install nethserver-cockpit
Then access your server at port 9090.
Please report your feelings!