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Re: [GNUe] curious....

From: Stefan Elwesthal
Subject: Re: [GNUe] curious....
Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2004 20:14:04 +0800

Hi Sacha!

(I'm just about to dig into your "Appserver howto" :)

Project Managment is good, another thing is Inventory-system, and perhaps one 
for "quality control". I notice there are a lot of customers wanting this 
things (especially the last one). In the past I built some with VB and 
ridiciolus Excel macros.. *geee can't believe I actually DID that*

GNUe has the potential, I only hope I can dig into it - finally, there's always 
the lack of time, and the documentation isn't really 100% yet. At least there's 
5 weeks of vacation by the horizon.. ;)

My goal, if i can learn enough of the system, is building a lot of this stuff. 
I get nice ideas from our customers in real life, and I bet I could do a lot of 
solutions quite fast.. if I only learn the tools.


P.S: IRC.. maybe I should try that out.. nice in the lonesome late nights when 
I run into problems.. ;)

----- Original Message -----
From: Sacha Schlegel <address@hidden>

> Hi Stefan
> One thing which came up in IRC is to build a bug tracking system (or if
> you have even a higher goals a project management system) with
> gnue-appserver.
> Actually what I am thinking of is to have other projects, like those
> doing adressbook applications, etc look at the gnue framework and port
> their software over to gnue.
> Sacha

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