Is there a wiki where users can add content?
justingrif at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 10:59:19 EST 2008
This sounds interesting. Let me know when you get it posted. If you already
have it on your website, where is that?
On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Braindead <Braindead at diablops.com> wrote:
> I know about the wiki.gnucash.org/wiki but I'm not sure what I want to do
> would be appropriate there. It does mention being a source for developer
> documentation after all.
> What I'd like to do is document my budgeting method. Not sure if it's
> original at all, but I haven't seen it written up anywhere for gnucash
> specifically. What I do is pretty simple (and maybe so common that it
> doesn't need to be documented?), I've got sub accounts off my checking
> account for each budget category, every month scheduled transactions
> transfer my budget to each sub account and as I spend I take the money from
> the sub accounts (of course). I can see easily see how I'm doing on my
> budget, I get a real checking account balance in the account window (even
> though when I look at the actual checking account register, it may be
> negative at the start of the month)...
> Is this worth documenting? And if so, is their a better place than on my
> personal website?
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