Import/Export client/supplier details; uservoice.com
sebastien.daniel at sebweb.ca
Sun Feb 13 10:50:32 EST 2011
I would like the links to gnucash.uservoice.com to be added to the
website, stating that it is the area to add/vote for new features. It
would also be a good idea to add it in the IRC channel welcome message,
as soon as that is done i'll edit the wiki about bugzilla and point new
feature requests to gnucash.uservoice.com
I would do this myself, but I have no editor rights in either the
channel or the website
On 08/02/2011 3:52 PM, Christian Stimming wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 8. Februar 2011 schrieb Sebastien Daniel:
>> I had a quick talk on the IRC channel today and I also searched the
>> documentations/wiki, it appears there is no "simple" way of
>> importing/exporting client/supplier details.
>> By details i'm referring only to their contact information/delivery
>> information, not their accounting history (bills, payments etc.)
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=637004 is part of this proposal.
> Feel free to add comments there as well.
>> Staying in the line of "new feature requests" I was thinking that using
>> a platform for requests would be much better than the wiki-page "wishlist".
>> One service I had in mind was the free version of "UserVoice"... you can
>> see what that looks like with the TaskCoach project:
>> I would like to know how the community feels about using uservoice to
>> compile requests etc.
> Hm... I completely agree that the wiki "wishlist" page is completely useless
> (I've confirmed this 1-2 weeks ago here as well). On the other hand, we
> already use bugzilla extensively for book-keeping about bugs and proposed
> enhancements, see https://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=GnuCash .
> Yet again I think the implementation of uservoice.com is indeed worth a try.
> I've just set up http://gnucash.uservoice.com
> Are there volunteers here who would like to copy enhancement requests from the
> wiki page or from bugzilla to there? Just go ahead. Also, feel free to notify
> me if you would like to be added as an admin to that page as well.
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