[Linux-bruxelles] recherche d'un logiciel libre de comptabilité performant et adéquat
manuel.schulte at gmail.com
Mar 10 Sep 09:29:39 CEST 2013
Pas besoin de développer... OpenErp contient (entre autres) un module de
comptabilité qui pourrait faire l'affaire.
Et en plus, c'est du bon, c'est du belge ! ;-)
Des développements à la carte sont possibles en cas de nécessité, mais cela
peut être onéreux...
2013/9/6 Nicolas Pettiaux <nicolas at pettiaux.be>
> Le groupe numfocus recherche un logiciel de comptabilité pour ses besoins,
> qui sont similaires à ceux du Software Freedom Conservancy qui est prêt à
> recruter un programmeur pour développer / adapter l'application qui
> Merci de transmettre à qui pourrait être intéressé et me mettre sur une
> Bonne journée,
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Hello All,
> I just wanted to give everyone a heads up on the state of the treasury's
> financial accounting. This will probably precondition a cry for help :).
> Things have mostly been done on an ad hoc basis thus far. I think that
> this is normal for most young organizations.
> However, I have been running exhaustive searches on various accounting
> software out there over the past nine months. This is in an effort to both
> formalize how we work with projects (disbursing funds, accepting donations,
> etc) and to help keep records for our tax filings.
> We are in a unique-ish position in that we are a non-profit that is a
> confederacy of projects. The overwhelming majority of accounting software
> out there does not come standard with critical features that we need. If
> you don't believe me that this is a problem, the software freedom
> conservancy has these same issues and they have put out a call to hire a
> developer to work on it<http://sfconservancy.org/news/2013/may/01/npo-accounting>
> The two main features we *must* have is 1) a first-class notion of
> projects / accounts, and 2) a reliable mechanism for storing and
> associating documents (invoices, receipts, email, etc) with individual
> transactions. The permissioning for (1) *has* to be gotten right and the
> provenance for (2) has to be rock solid.
> Inspired by a recent discussion with the board, I spent yesterday day
> re-researching all of the options I could think of and all of the advice
> that I have been given recently on this topic. Once again nothing really
> suits our needs -- or does so within our price range / off the shelf.
> Even tools open tools like GnuCash, Homebank, and Ledger which could
> theoretically be modified to fit our needs don't really work because the
> underlying model is so different.
> So even though I set out to avoid rolling our own solution because I think
> it might cause problems in the long term, we need to get to the long term
> first. After a lot of heartache I think we have to do this ourselves.
> Having looked at so many of these kinds of programs, I have come up with
> what I believe is a minimal solution for our use cases. I am going to try
> to hack out the model tonight. However, what I am going to write will not
> be Leah friendly...
> It also might not do all of the kinds of reporting, aggregation, and
> interfacing that people want right off the bat.
> That said, I would *really *appreciate any help I got on this front. I
> know that we are all busy and have our own projects. I do too. But it is
> becoming critical for us to get this done. So if you are interested in
> this kind of project OR if you have a vested interest in seeing NumFOCUS
> succeed please consider helping out and let me know.
> This is supposed to be a minimal viable product. I think a couple of days
> of sprinting on this will get the job done well enough.
> Be Well
> NumFOCUS Treasurer
> Nicolas Pettiaux - +32 496 24 55 01 - http://rmll.info - http://lepacte.be
> EuroSciPy 2013 co-chair http://www.euroscipy.org/
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