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Re: OCA Meeting minutes with OpenERP SAby
Camptocamp SA, Joël Grand-Guillaume
* We take their specs in our pad as a starts and then everyone has added his own comments, needs and so on
* Pedro and Ana are of course doing a great job here ! They face very short planning for they customers so we weren't able to combine both their short planning and our will to build something with everyone
Hi,To put some updates here:
* We have now a running project within the OCA to:
* Gather all specifications
* See if OpenERP SA is interested in integrating some of our requirements in the core of v9.0
* Make a funding campaigns when all i clear
* Coordinate the devs once the funding will be achieved
So, we do have both projects in parallel, one for short term planning and on a more mid-term one. Both are trying to keep synched.
I hope this clarify a bit the situation.
On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Lionel Sausin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Le 03/10/2014 15:30, Carlos Liébana a écrit : > Pedro and Ana (and her team) are doing an amazing job with OdooMRP and > it feels to me that work is going to be duplicated...(...)Is in OCA or > Odoo plans to be part of it (...)? My understanding is that it's the other way round: OdooMRP is porting/rewriting their features so they can be proposed for adoption in OCA repos. Please Maxime and Ana, we'd all appreciate if you would comment on this. I *guess* the reason is one of timing: OCA it helping shape things for long term evolutions, but Ana said she'd probably have customers right now and of course they won't wait until v10 is released. Akretion, Numérigraphe and others also have this same problem of timing on various scales. So the way I see it for the moment is: we're all going to serve our paying customers first, and when our modules fit the OCA project we'll propose them. Then of course, when the roadmap gets clearer we'll all have a chance to avoid the "develop on our own" step and directly implement shared, long-term features during customer-paid projects. Lionel.