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Re: Cashflow plugin?

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On Sat Jun 30 19:31:38 2012, Chris Travers wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 10:33 AM, Jigme Datse Yli-Rasku
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>     I was looking at the budgeting plugin.  It doesn't do what I want it
>     to do.  What I want to be able to do is create a cashflow within
>     LedgerSMB running current month plus 12 months projected.  Current
>     month is projected.  It would then be compared to actual at month end,
>     and a new month would be added at the end.  Either archiving the data,
>     or deleting it (I'd like to archive it).
>     Currently I have a spreadsheet to handle this, but I'd really like to
>     be able to do this within LedgerSMB.  I don't believe anyone has
>     worked on such a thing.  Would anyone be willing to work on that with
>     me?  And if so, what would they like in return for doing so?
> i would be willing to work with you on that.  Compensation would
> depend on what was being done on my side.  For example, if you wanted
> help getting started coding it, I could do that in exchange for
> bundling your code with future LedgerSMB major versions.  If you want
> me to build it, we could talk more and I could provide you a quote.

I'd kind of like to build it myself.  It would look good to be able to
say that I (with help) have been able to do that.  At least I have some
idea as to what I want to be able to report, so it should be relatively
easy to do, once I'm up on the coding practices.  Easy, but time
consuming.  Hey, I've got all the time in the world.

Jigme Datse Yli-Rasku

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