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From Bruno Busco <bruno.bu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ofbiz vs Openbravo
Date Sat, 10 Jul 2010 06:11:41 GMT
Has Neogia people looked at https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-3373?
It seems a great way to extend OFBiz basic functionality.
I think this injection method could be used in the Neogia addons.


2010/7/9 Nicolas Malin <malin.nicolas@librenberry.net>

> Le 08/07/2010 23:04, Matt Warnock a écrit :
>  We are a small distribution-type business (less than 10 employees) and
>> were hoping for something that would "just work" OOTB for our situation.
>> Everything in Neogia seemed set up for EU and VAT, rather than
>> US-oriented, which was to be expected.  Maybe it would have been simple
>> to change, but it wasn't all that clear to me.
> OFBiz or Neogia aren't easier to use for small business.
>  And although as I said Neogia seemed "better-behaved" with respect to
>> the OFBiz code base, it still was not entirely clear to me where it
>> diverged and why, and it seemed likely that all the documentation for
>> that was mostly in French.  Having already spent too much time trying to
>> analyze the Opentaps fork, I was perhaps too fearful of Neogia, and I
>> elected for "straight" OFBiz, for the reasons cited previously.
>> If you can clarify any of these issues for my own mind, and if Neogia
>> would offer more ease of configuration or use than the OFBiz trunk,
>> while keeping us close to the OFBiz development path, I might still have
>> some interest in Neogia.
> The development model used for Neogia, when it was like opentaps, has been
> stopped with the 1.4 release. Now, it's directly based on OFBiz trunk, and
> the goal is adding functionnalities, component, or anything else via addons.
> One of the goal is having addons for each market type, and for localization.
> If you want to have a more OFBiz profession oriented version (data, screens,
> services, small modifications of the standard code, etc...), you can use the
> addonmanager.
> One of the point you have to take care is to separate correctly your
> modifications. Some of the addons can be given back to OFBiz and one of the
> good pratices is to make an addon for each "commitable" feature. This helps
> a lot for tracking bugs between improvements and jira.
> After, you know that I'm french, so I can help you to create a business
> addon on technical point but not on functionnal ;)
> Nicolas
>  Merci d'avance.  :)
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