GnuCash XML spec (for non-C languages?)

Graham Leggett minfrin at
Mon Nov 5 03:33:46 EST 2012

On 05 Nov 2012, at 9:58 AM, Colin Law <clanlaw at> wrote:

>> I wouldn't go there. Most people, me included, consider their financial data to be extremely sensitive and private. The potential liability from such a cloud storage facility getting hacked is incalculable.
> That is a valid argument against using cloud storage but it does not
> apply to a home server.

I would add to that that static IPs are readily available for basic broadband connections, meaning a small business placing their accounts online on their own server for the benefit of their customers, or at the very least their accountant, is well within reach.

The difficulty in getting our accountant to share access with us is our number one headache with gnucash.


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