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Monthly Archives: December 2010
Open…and Shut The big open source news in 2010 is that open source became essentially invisible. It’s not that the media stopped reporting on open source. Far from it. Up until 2010, coverage of open source had remained roughly static, … Continue reading
News > Open Source: Free as in Freedom, not free as in Free servicesShareThis ! (note the section on Migration services included in the Publisher’s warranty – this is a different philisophy than xtuple, for example. The business model is … Continue reading
Thanks to Glyn Moody, a UK-based technology journalist, I’ve just learned that Netflix is not only using, but also contributing, to numerous open-source projects. They’re in good company. As Kevin McEntee, Netflix’s VP of Systems & ECommerce Engineering explained on … Continue reading
Earlier this year there was a strong discussion on the inclusion of Fixed Asset management into the xTuple product (forum discussion here). Many people contributed ideas and support. This interest lead to the development of a Specification which in turn generated … Continue reading
We are glad to announce the Invoicing Screencast!
After a small break I am back to show some of the interesting features of OpenERP 6.0. In this blog I am going to explain how you can configure and use the payroll efficiently which is also integrated to the … Continue reading
I am back after a long time to discuss on the OpenERP and specially new features & enhancements in the Accounting system in new version. There are lots of improvement s to make it more simple to explore, user friendly and … Continue reading
Here is a preview of the new CRM of OpenERP v6. Enjoy !
In what appears to be a 180 degree turn, Michelle Courchesne, Présidente du Conseil du Trésor of the government of Québec, announced that any governmental organization and any other entity depending on the government must consider open source software for … Continue reading
Understanding the core competencies of your workforce is very important as not only can you map the current requirements but also you can make predictions about your future needs. Only through such analysis can you evaluate the compatibility of your … Continue reading