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== Comments and Discussion ==
 
== Comments and Discussion ==

Revision as of 20:11, 11 January 2011

Contents

Tryton

Summary

Add the Tryton application framework with all upstream application modules into Fedora. This includes client, server and the standalone application that hides the client and server for the user.

Owner

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 15
  • Last updated: 2010/12/09
  • Percentage of completion: 50% if there will be a way to import the ~50 application modules in a batch, packages are available from http://fedora.danny.cz/danny until everything is reviewed in Fedora

Detailed Description

Tryton is a three-tiers high-level general purpose application platform under the license GPL-3 written in Python and using PostgreSQL, MySQL or SQLite as database engine.

It is the core base of a complete business solution providing modularity, scalability and security.

The core of Tryton (also called Tryton kernel) provides all the necessary functionalities for a complete application framework: data persistence, extensive modularity, users management (authentication, fine grained control for data access, handling of concurrent access of resources), workflow and report engines, web services and internationalisation. Thus constituting a complete application platform which can be used for any relevant purpose. Base Modules

Currently, the main modules available for Tryton cover the following fields of activity:

  • Accounting
  • Invoicing
  • Sale Management
  • Purchase Management
  • Analytic Accounting
  • Inventory Management

They establish a sane base and an easy to use abstraction of some of the key concepts for every business customisation.

(text copied from http://www.tryton.org)

Benefit to Fedora

The benefit is to show that Fedora is ready for deployments in the real world where economics values are produced, eg. in small and medium businesses.

Scope

The client and server are already in, what needs to be done is to pass the application modules and the standalone application through the review process.

How To Test

1. The standalone application (neso) should just work, no setup needed.

2. The client can work when connect to the demo system (demo.tryton.org)

3. The server ...

User Experience

Users can start to manage their business with Fedora based infrastructure.

Dependencies

No dependencies outside the scope of this feature.

Contingency Plan

None necessary, this is an independent feature.

Documentation

Release Notes

  • Tryton, a three-tiers general purpose application platform and basis for a ERP system, is available in Fedora 15

Comments and Discussion