warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri May 28 16:48:27 EDT 2004
Great -- would love to have you. Find your itch and scratch it.
Most of the development right now is either being done in CVS HEAD
(for non-gui changes) and g2 (for GUI changes). I'd suggest you
download those and get started.
I know Linas is working on new SQL code as part of the DWI/QOF work,
you can see if there is some way to help him with that.
I also know that Darin Willits is working on some budgetting code.
You can see if there's any way to help him, too.
Other than that, you're welcome to take a look at bugzilla and
find some bugs/enhancements and work on those! :)
James Richardson <james at jamesrichardson.org> writes:
> As I have now moved completely away from Quicken to GnuCash, I would
> like to help out.
> My main interests (at the moment) are adding budgeting (home) and mysql (or
> generic sql) backend.
> The current version I am using is 1.8.9-1 from Debian/Sarge. I would
> like to get in and get started on something, but I don't want to
> reduplicate effort. So I guess I need wich project needs the most help
> at the moment.
> I have experience in C/C++/FORTRAN/perl/ etc. Know some lisp. I have
> done Xtoolkit and Motif coding. Currently I am a unix architect/admin
> for about every flavor of unix there is (my company has never met an OS
> it didn't like). I have also done DBA work and coding against mysql,
> informix, sybase, db/2, and ingres. I have also managed some small web
> servers and all email for an ISP. I see on the help wanted place on the
> gnucash site, webmasters are needed. Perhaps I can help out in that
> James Richardson
> james at jamesrichardson.org
> gnucash-devel mailing list
> gnucash-devel at gnucash.org
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