Zimbra’s open source roots have always been of great importance to both the company and the Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS). When we set out to build a new collaboration system over five years ago, we wanted to bring a fresh perspective to the market, and a big part of that was our commitment to being open source. We understood sharing ideas within the open source community keeps you a one step ahead of competitors by iterating faster to give users what they want. A great example demonstrating how the community has flourished is the Zimlet development program.
Zimlets are simple but powerful extensions of ZCS that connect users’ email, calendar, and contacts with any number of outside services (for a couple of recent examples see Alfresco and Peru and TripIt). Zimlet development growth in the community has been strong and steady, and we are excited to continue supporting the community’s work by providing a place where developers can feature the best of their integrations to share with other Zimbra users. So, today we are launching an updated Zimlet Gallery where you can pick and choose from many handy new ZCS extensions.
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