I've been investigating a little bit about cPanel and Fantastico. I first thought they were open-source. They're not. Then I thought it would be easy to develop scripts to manage my own open-source web application. It's not possible because of the license. Then I thought I could find documentation on how to ask someone to develop one of these.
After years using G2, I finally fixed the fr.po for core module and submitted it to latest registered French translator of Gallery2 several weeks again. After review, he encoded the following tracker on SF.net for everybody to benefit from it, even if no G2 update is ever published again:
https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=2846783&group_id=7130&atid=582564 As G2 is using gettext, updating it it fairly easy. Enjoy!
Following up on our permanent quest to harness the power of OpenERP, this article will consider the specific challenge of building a chart of accounts. One of the most difficult things in OpenERP when customising it for a specific country is defining the chart of accounts.
Here is a non-exhaustive (73 so far) list of some Free Software projects which we contributed  to:
That's it, we are officially Open ERP (or rather Tiny SPRL) partners starting yesterday, 4th of September 2008. We are very optimistic about this new course we are taking in our business model. As usual, we'll post technical updates here and commercial updates on our website: http://www.beeznest.net/
Following an internal meeting at BeezNest, we decided to officially provide services for OpenERP before the end of the year, through an official partnership with Tiny SPRL, the company behind the product. We found a lot of little bugs and usability problems, and submitted our first bug report following the little comment by Stéphane Wirtel, one of our acquaintances (through other channels than OpenERP) and an official employee of Tiny SPRL (as a developer of OpenERP). However, and although we found these bugs and usability problems
[digg=http://digg.com/software/Evolution_mail_plugin_to_reply_using_templates_accepted] Following-up on my latest article about this plugin (where you can find links to download its early version), it seems that the plugin had been awaited for a long time.
Although it has never been really clearly told, BeezNest is, through the work of one of its main developers (myself), contributing importantly to Dokeos. I'm just putting the last touch to the release of the stable version of Dokeos 1.8.5, which has seen major improvements in stability since 1.8.4, and a tremendous amount of bugfixes and new practical features.
[digg=http://digg.com/linux_unix/Evolution_Mail_Client_Reply_with_templates] Some of BeezNest's staff were having a hard time coping with requests for information from prospects, so we thought about how to improve the answering time without reducing the reply to an automated system that would just guess what type of answer it needs to do. Using Evolution, the e-mail client and groupware desktop application for GNOME (Linux), we decided to ask one of our relations to develop a simple add-on feature for us that would be the result of our thoughts. Well, it's just got here and we really like i