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Re: Development progress

Hi Philip,

Thanks for your positive response! It made me realize not everybody simply checks out the sources from version control.

Would it be alright if I created a tarball to be downloadable from a non-official location (my own domain)? I could even set it up to create one on a daily basis, if that helps people with their evaluations.



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-----Original Message-----
From: Philip Rhoades
Sent:  14/06/2011, 13:33 
To: ..hidden..
Subject: Re: [Ledger-smb-users] Development progress


On Sat, 11 Jun 2011 19:26:49 +0200, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> Since most of you probably don't follow the commits or development
> list very closely, I thought I'd send an update to the users list
> summarizing recent activity.
> Over the past 4 weeks there have been almost 100 commits to the
> repository. As a result, many of the patches pending in SourceForge's
> patch tracker have now been committed [with the remainder otherwise 
> or
> previously resolved]. Several bugs registered during that period have
> been fixed already. The same is applies to bugs which have been long
> outstanding.

Where is this latest stuff?  1.3.0 Beta 3 is dated: 2010-02-10

> While I have been focusing on user experience (fixing menus,
> authorization problems and broken queries),  Chris focussed on the
> more technical and deeply rooted issues such as a mistake in tax 
> (VAT)
> calculation.
> Today, I committed new INSTALL documentation which - combined with
> some scripts I've committed over the past week - should greatly
> facilitate the trunk (1.3-development) installation experience.

I am enthusiastic about checking this out . . as soon as I can find it 
. .

> At this time, if anyone wants to contribute to the development of
> LedgerSMB 1.3, I'd love to get feedback on the new INSTALL document -
> including documentation submission for other distributions and OSes.
> If you feel like testing, please submit your experiences (good and 
> bad)!

Will do.

Many thanks for the effort to rejuvenate 1.3!

Philip Rhoades

GPO Box 3411
Sydney NSW    2001
E-mail:  ..hidden..

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