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Time to take down the fork notice?
- Subject: Time to take down the fork notice?
- From: Josh Berkus <..hidden..>
- Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 21:52:13 -0700
The first text one reads on ledgersmb.org says:
"LedgerSMB is a fork of a popular general ledger software package called
SQL-Ledger largely written and maintained by Dieter Simader.
SMB is an acronym for Small Medium Business."
The project is almost a year old now, and I'll bet there's as much of Chris'
code as Dieter's at this point. Time to stop calling ourselves a fork, yes?
Or at least, not before we explain anything else.
"LedgerSMB is an open source, free, web-based small business general ledger
and accounting software package. It performs the work of popular software
like QuickBooks and Peachtree, with additional modules for Point of Sale,
Inventory and other features."
Then we can put the Dieter-fork sentence somewhere towards the end of the
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