The Skrooge team is pleased to announce the release 1.1.0 of its popular personal finances management application
- New type of account "Loan": transfer from/to this kind of account are considered as "expenditure" in reports
- New function to remove useless values in unit (the curve is preserved but useless values are removed)
I was pointed by Thomas, of KMyMoney fame, to an LWN article talking about Skrooge. While it is great to see some blog posts about a tool that is, after all, not so well known, this one contains a few incorrect statements. To the author's credit, I must admit that Skrooge's User Interface is maybe a bit too packed to allow discovering these functions easily... Until we find a way to propose something slickier, I will try to provide some clarifications here.
The Skrooge team announces realease of the version 1.0.0 of its popular personal finances management application.
The Skrooge team announces realease of the version 0.9.1 of its popular personal finances management application.
Stéphane is currently in Berlin, having fun at the Desktop Summit 2011, but I'm the one blogging about it...
My employer is looking for a tool to manage employee's skills and jobs, and has asked me to look for some existing Open Source options. So far, I've had very little success and was wondering if the KDE community could help...
The need is to be able to define things like this:
We are not yet ready for a 1.0 version, but we are getting closer... The Skrooge team announces the release of the 0.9.0 version of its personal finances management application.
This version's highlights include:
For the past 3 years, we (read: Stéphane) have been adding many features in Skrooge. It is now at the point where it looks quite feature complete. In the process, Stéphane managed to constantly keep the number of bugs at an extremely low level. At the time of writing this post, bugzilla counts only two open bugs.
The Open Source community openness and friendliness never cease to amaze me. Shortly after my blog about my being in Hamburg on Monday, Thomas, from KMyMoney fame put me in contact with Christian Stimming, one of the core Gnucash developpers. Christian lives in Hamburg, so we settled up for a beer after my arrival to the hotel.
I just noticed recently that Nuno, our Oxygen Icons superhero, drawn some icons for KDE financial apps. This is a first result to some work we performed with the other KDE Financial guys during last year's Sprint in Frankfurt. So, first things first, thanks Nuno for working on this :).
These are the icons I could spot that are directly finance related (I may have skipped some)