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Re: GNU Enterprise

From: Bernd Jendrissek
Subject: Re: GNU Enterprise
Date: Fri, 7 May 2004 19:26:28 +0000 (UTC)
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Reinhard Mueller <> wrote:
>Am Fre, den 07.05.2004 schrieb Bernd Jendrissek um 15:52:
>> GNU Enterprise?
>> Although I'm not sure that's a *counter* example to your claim!  (Last
>> time I checked the screenshots were nice, but it Just Wouldn't Play with
>> me.  I just gave up after one too many instances of "Oh, just edit
>> /usr/local/python/this.that and edit the md5sum of the third key of the
>> section in the part behind the chair".
>I'm sorry to hear this. We've been working hard on making things work
>out of the box over the last months, maybe you might want to try again

Yes, I apoligize.  I was somewhat unfair with my flame, my last attempt
having been more than a year ago.  I saw the recent flurry on the
mailing list.

>However, I think I have to make clear that by now GNU Enterprise only
>provides a set of tools like a forms builder, a report generator and an
>application server, but not any full-blown end-user packages like
>accounting or invoicing.

But the screenshots look nice!  :)  They'll make for good glossies.

>OTOH, the tools are getting into a state now where one could start with
>these packages.

Good to hear; I'll give it a try again sometime.

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