[GNC-dev] Dev's features of choice?
sunfish62 at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 26 18:38:31 EDT 2020
I think you raise a valid point. There does seem to be a tendency in the community to assume that a certain amount of inconvenience is to be expected. The reasons vary, but the underlying tendency remains.
-------- Original Message --------
From: jean laroche <ripngo at gmail.com>
Sent: Sun Jul 26 17:49:47 EDT 2020
To: "Frank H. Ellenberger" <frank.h.ellenberger at gmail.com>
Cc: GnuCash Developer <gnucash-devel at gnucash.org>
Subject: Re: [GNC-dev] Dev's features of choice?
On 7/26/2020 1:54 PM, Frank H. Ellenberger wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> Am 26.07.20 um 19:57 schrieb jean laroche:
>> I'm curious about something:
>> If you're a GC dev, contributing code to the project, what's the
>> feature(s) you'd like to see added to GC?
>> I'm only contributing a bit, but I'll offer my 3 top wishes:
>> - Undo/(redo)
>> - Multi-transaction (bulk) editing
>> - Multi-account (bulk) editing
> All three are violations of strict accounting rules. We often talk about
> "In the times of ink and paper", not graphite (pencils). Some
> governments require the immutabiity of once written records.
I see a disconnect here. Some of us (John in particular) insist that GC
is not a system for professionals, only for personal finance.
Yet, I always hear about accounting rules, and the way it should be done
by the book. If GC is really for the personal user, I don't understand
how we can survive without undo/redo, and multi-select. *every* piece of
software out there has these types of features, and they're invaluable.
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