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Re: Future of LedgerSMB: Ideas and RFC
- Subject: Re: Future of LedgerSMB: Ideas and RFC
- From: Lyle <..hidden..>
- Date: Wed, 18 May 2011 00:05:27 +0100
On 17/05/2011 21:53, Chris Travers wrote:
I'd also like to encourage anyone who is interested in contributing to
start looking heavily at 1.3. This is a place where you can earn a
name in the CONTRIBUTORS file, or possibly even commit privileges.
I started with the subversion copy, but reverted to the current stable
as time was running out and I really just needed to get something
working. This is helping me get familiar with the software so probably
works better for me now, rather than having to hack away to get the
bleeding edge version working.
I'm very proficient with Perl, have a web designer that works for me,
and a girl that is doing the LedgerSMB data input (novice user). This
puts me in a good position to fix bugs/add features myself, get UI
improvements done and understand the needs of novice users who are
currently finding the software really quite confusing.
But in addition I would like to see what the community thinks. What
do you think we need to do to pull things back together and bring the
project to the next level?
Regular releases are a good thing, otherwise you quickly get into a
position where a release gets delayed again and again for changes.
I'm working on a new extensible framework in Perl which would be well
suited to this project. Unfortunately I'm limited in how much I can
release atm as I plan for it to be the basis of my Phd when I complete
my current MSc. Hopefully in the next year or so I'll be in a position
where I can put more out.