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Re: Reflection about documentation.by
Hertford Developments Limited, Kurt Haselwimmer
Where do these so-called functional guys come from and how are they meant to understand what the intent of a piece of code is that they have not developed? Without explanation from the code developers of what the code is meant to do these fictional functional guys will remain exactly that.
I agree 100% with Franck - the lack of systematic documentation is the elephant in the room that is constantly being ignored by the odoo partners. Being sarcastic about it just demonstrates profound naivete and short sightedness.
On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 2:55 PM, Kurt Haselwimmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:The continual head-in-the-sand attitude of many of the old-timers who constantly harp on about how they have being using openerp when it was still called tiny-this or v4 or whatever is starting to become all rather tiresome. The past is history - the question is how to give odoo a future - and constantly deriding those who point to the lack of documentation is doing nothing to fix the problem.
And about this specific point. Yes may be we are from the old team (wao just 5 years and we are from the "old" team) and the paradigm of who live the biggest change (for good) version throught version, who build several houndreds of community modules need to change our mind to ask for "Functional Documentation" to Odoo <sarcasm>may be we are not seeing the "big picture"</sarcasm>.But this time I really want to see "Houndreds" of functional guys DOING good docs, in the right place as we the "coders" and the editor "investors" are doing them job...I want to see houndreds of functional "experts" written articles (not on them blogs) on the community explaining solutions, analysis situations bugs.....I Want see houndreds of Ne comers bringing new documentations, new buisness models, new new new....But "bringing" not "claming"·Remember my friends: My rights start where my duties finish.