darin at willits.ca
Fri May 28 17:02:46 EDT 2004
> I also know that Darin Willits is working on some budgetting code.
> You can see if there's any way to help him, too.
Ug. Third mention of budgeting in the last few days. Guess I'd better
get my butt in gear and submit some patches eh? ;-) Maybe I can get
some face time with the home PC this weekend and get something put
There is lots to do though. I will put together a list to submit with
> 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:
> > Greetings:
> > 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
> > area.
> > --
> > James Richardson
> > james at jamesrichardson.org
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