Draft, State of the GnuCash project,
part II: What can you do to help?
stimming at tuhh.de
Mon Nov 10 23:17:46 CST 2003
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> On Mon, Nov 03, 2003 at 01:27:01PM -0500, Benoit Gr?goire was heard to
> > The goal of this document is to guide potential contributors to where
> > their contribution is most useful.
Very good. I think you really covered almost any itching edge of the gnucash
One thing that Linas mentioned --
> > 126.96.36.199 Translation
> > Current leader:=20
> > Primary contact:=20
> cstim -- Christian stimming
is correct. This goes on me.
Also the HBCI module can be added as an addtional "small project" (because I'm
going to keep the maintainership):
2.1.2.x More HBCI features in the HBCI module
The HBCI module enables German users to use extensive online banking
functionality on their real-world bank accounts right from inside gnucash.
The HBCI protocol supports many features as well as the used library
OpenHBCI, but the current HBCI module in gnucash only supports a small subset
of the possible functions. The OpenHBCI library already offers all necessary
functions. All that is needed is some GnuCash code and GnuCash GUI to enable
additional HBCI functions. Some of them can be finished in as little as one
day of coding.
Skills: Basic C and Gtk. Possibly some C++ (because that's OpenHBCI's native
Current Leader: Christian Stimming
Primary contact: Christian Stimming
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