RT Essentials

Hello there,

This is my first post to the list. I’m working for a small webagency in
France and I plan to use RT.

I’ve a little question about the book “RT Essentials” which Amazon
claims being released in 2005. As I’m pretty new in the RT universe, I
just wanna know if this book is still applicable for recent RT releases
(I deployed 3.6.1 through Debian APT).

I’m kinda interrested in buying it. Just wanna know if it’s obsolete or
not before ;).

Thanks in advance for your replies.

Simon Morvan -<< Ici la Lune >>
Direction technique 12, rue du Mont Thabor
simon@icilalune.com 75001 Paris
http://www.icilalune.com/ +33.1.44.50.50.37

Simon,

The fundamental concepts are still the same. I don’t think the value of the
information in the book has changed.

-ToddOn Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 11:38 AM, Simon Morvan simon@icilalune.com wrote:

Hello there,

This is my first post to the list. I’m working for a small webagency in
France and I plan to use RT.

I’ve a little question about the book “RT Essentials” which Amazon
claims being released in 2005. As I’m pretty new in the RT universe, I
just wanna know if this book is still applicable for recent RT releases
(I deployed 3.6.1 through Debian APT).

I’m kinda interrested in buying it. Just wanna know if it’s obsolete or
not before ;).

Thanks in advance for your replies.


Simon Morvan -<< Ici la Lune >>
Direction technique 12, rue du Mont Thabor
simon@icilalune.com 75001 Paris
http://www.icilalune.com/ +33.1.44.50.50.37


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The fundamental concepts are still the same. I don’t think the value of the
information in the book has changed.
I agree. I bought the book and read it before installing 3.8. Some of
the descriptions
of pay layout are dated, but the book does a good job of providing
sales pitches for
different audiences, and explaining some of design and ACLs that are
not so clear
from the software itself (among other things).

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