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SiT! experiences

PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:04 pm
by txapeldot
Hi everybody:

In our organization we need to set up a helpdesk solution and, after a deep search on the web, i've decided that giving a try to an open source tool like SiT! could be a good option. However, I have to admit that the fact that the last current stable version of SiT! dates from mid August 2012 is something that worries me a bit. It seems that there has no been much work from then.

That's why I'd really appreciate if someone having already tested and used SiT! could share his/her experience with this helpdesk tool.

Thank you very much in advance.

Re: SiT! experiences

PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2015 9:03 am
by Tomse
The current version of SiT is stable, and while there has been no new version of the 3.x branch in quite a while, we're working on 4.x behind the scenes.
due to RL it's not progressing as fast as we've hoped.