Hi everyone,

From the comments so far, it sounds like there is a huge mountain of work here regardless of the route chosen to achieve it. Not enough active developers. And In past posts there was mention of a gnucash bounty program that didn't succeed in attracting developers to the project.


Has any thought been given to approaching crowdfunding sites such as bounty source or freedom sponsors to help speed development time?

Regards,

Paul.


On 06/10/16 07:24, Christian Stimming wrote:
On Dienstag, 4. Oktober 2016 21:34:51 CEST Dave wrote:
Thanks for the great responses! It does clarify quite a bit.


 From the looks of things, it seems that the C -- C++ port would have the
most impact right now. It would take me awhile to get my C/C++ abilities
ramped up again. Where's the best place to start learning about gnucash
code? I don't know when I'd be able to start helping, but I'd at least want
to learn what I could.
Some more pointers for learning about the internal C API: I wrote this wiki
page http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/C_API in 2011 as a Summe of Code student had
the same question. To me the explanation still seems valid. Maybe this is of
some help here.

Regards,
Christian
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