Submitted by Phillip Warwick on Wed, 18/06/2014 - 11:09
Odoo: The Future of Business Management Systems
Odoo started its days as TinyERP, a system built on the same ideals as the subsequently named OpenERP and Odoo. An ideal of Open Source software providing business system solutions in a flexible and maintainable way. Its strength is drawn from the clear direction that Odoo as a company leads the project and over 20,000 community contributors. By the nature of Open Source Odoo is completely customisable, allowing the system to meet your needs, rather than you changing to meet the system's workflows.
Submitted by Irenie White on Mon, 09/06/2014 - 16:49
Original blog post by Evgeni Golov appeared on www.credativ.de on 26 May 2014
The Debian LTS project has been progressing quickly. The Debian archive is already taking uploads for the new suite and there are mailing lists for announcements and communications. Regular support for Debian Squeeze ended on 31 May and the Squeeze LTS archive has already seen a couple of important uploads.
Submitted by Phillip Warwick on Tue, 03/06/2014 - 14:33
Tomorrow (4th June), I shall be attending what will now be the first Odoo Open Day, in Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium.
Odoo (formally OpenERP) is one of the main projects credativ are involved in the UK, implementing, hosting, and supporting numerous instances to meet the varying business needs of our clients.
The event is the first under the new name, Odoo, and is just one month before the scheduled release of version 8. As such, I shall be investigating what the future holds for the swiftly expanding project, and what the re-branding means for customers, partners, and its place in the ever advancing adoption of Open Source software.
To those attending, I hope to see you there! To those not able to attend, watch this space for my follow up.
Submitted by Damian Lukowski on Wed, 06/02/2013 - 12:30
Mail administrators which use spamassassin and its Bayesian filter need to train the classifier on a regular basis. Spamassassin's sa-learn utility needs to process full RFC-822 emails including mail headers and the the mail body. The following howto describes a method of how full emails can be extracted from the mailsystem Zarafa.
Submitted by Irenie White on Tue, 08/01/2013 - 12:30
In the "Case Study" category we present recent customer projects. This case study focuses on one of our most prolific public sector projects to date, the administration of the Bavarian Capital, the City of Munich. credativ GmbH have been providing support for the LiMux-Project of Munich's city council since 2008, during which time some 15,000 workstations have been migrated to Linux. After years of planning and a long start phase, the migration recently made real headway.
Submitted by Irenie White on Fri, 28/09/2012 - 10:10
credativ UK once again celebrated Software Freedom Day this month. Although it was one of just 4 registered events taking place in the UK, Software Freedom Day is a global event. A lot of time and preparation went in to making sure it was as successful as last year, and it paid off. Around a hundred visitors passed through the doors, drawn by various press releases, letters to local councillors and schools, and online marketing efforts from the sponsors, who included the local Rugby LUG (Linux User Group), social enterprise Cultivating Communities, and OpusVL, among other open source service providers in the area.. This year, organizers wanted to particularly attract teachers and representatives from local schools, as well as volunteers who might be interested in signing up to host or help with a CodeClub.
Submitted by Irenie White on Tue, 24/04/2012 - 13:27
The UK government is currently consulting on the use of Open Standards and Open Source as an alternative for proprietary software. The proposed policy is being attacked by the large corporations who dominate the market of UK public sector IT and want to ensure government policy does not undermine their market share. Respond to the Consultation As part of the open source community we have a responsibility to respond to this Consultation - not just passively dis/agree with it. The closing date for submitting responses is fast approaching and coincides with election date next week, 3 May. It is the number of responses, rather than the amount written which will have the most impact - i.e. even if you can't answer every question, it's important just to respond explaining why you want Royalty Free Open Standards.
Submitted by Irenie White on Wed, 11/04/2012 - 12:40
credativ is one of the partners carrying out the 2012 Future of Open Source Survey The goal is to reach 1,000 respondents, so if you're passionate about Open Source, please fill it in. Your help is extremely important to the success of this year's survey. The following blog post was originally published by SandHill.com and details the findings of last year's survey. It's exciting to see the evolution of Open Source evident in findings in our Future of Open Source survey over the past five years. Open Source has now moved beyond the tipping point it reached last year in the private sector and now is mainstream in businesses of all sizes and even in mission-critical applications.
Submitted by Joseph Conway on Mon, 02/01/2012 - 22:56
Getting Spotify to work nicely on LinuxNote: the Linux Spotify client will only work with a premium Spotify account.
I spoke at the NYC PostgreSQL Users' Group meeting in December, and while there someone mentioned that Spotify is a great music service (and that they are using PostgreSQL!). So I decided to give it a try. The issue was that, while it can be made to work on Linux, the process of making it work well on Linux is less than simple. I decided to document what I did (and my sources) as I had to pull information from several sources and added a few modifications of my own.
There are two main problems to deal with:
Submitted by Irenie White on Wed, 30/11/2011 - 14:46
OpenERP is increasingly becoming a serious contender in the ERP market, as its features and usability improve. This tip explains how its flexible views provide ways to save time retrieving the data you want. You can search for the exact data you are interested in by just filling out the necessary search filters, but if there is a search which you perform on a regular basis, you have the option of saving filters to make life easier. This feature was added in the OpenERP webclient from version 6.0.0 and is available for all users. Simply go to any tree view and you will notice to the bottom right of the search filters, there is a drop down selection box '-- Filters --'... this is where the magic happens.