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Re: New Odoo programmer and his blog / Helloby
Guys, it's really interesting and helpful but I'm sure it's better to summarize knowledge in one common place. Like Wikipedia but for Odoo. Maybe based on OCA?
Hi,I am also new to Odoo programming and code. I have stumble along like you in this process. I like your idea and hope that I can join you so that we can make some form of contribution to the community.Great initiative!Daniel J WilliamsCEO/Founderemail: email@example.com: +509 3434 4322On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 7:51 PM, Moises Lopez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:My 5 centsFix relative import from technical documentation.2014-10-27 16:32 GMT-06:00 Fabien Pinckaers <email@example.com>:
Did you noticed the new developer doc that we published a few weeks ago.
Feel free to contribute with a pull request on github.
Hope it helps,
FabienOn Oct 27, 2014 11:22 PM, "Klaus Ackermann" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Ludwik,
let me comment your email:
1) yes, I found it interesting
2) I completely agree on your comment on the lack of information regarding some Odoo code / modules
3) given that, improving the overall Odoo landscape is only possible with engaged Odoo users and programmers –even better if they keep record (like e.g. a blog of their effort)
so thank you
Just 1.5 mont ago I started playing with programming in Odoo. Sometimes it's awesome... sometimes not so much. I struggle the most with the lack of complete documentation. There are whole huge topics missing from the official docs. There are also much less information available in Google / Stack Overflow than I'm used to.
Usually when I need information I end up falling back to analysing Odoo's code. I started a blog to record at least some of the solutions to issues I had:
I hope to have my small part in improving availability of information about Odoo programming in Google (I'm working on Stack Overflow too though :).
I hope you will forgive me for spamming this group with this post about my stuff, but I thought some people here might find this interesting.
----Daniel J Williams