2013-10-30T16:02:43  <joar> OpenERP seems promising, I just need to navigate launchpad
2013-10-30T16:02:56  <joar> trying to find the source code
2013-10-30T16:06:48  <bkuhn> joar: I'm dubious about openERP myself.
2013-10-30T16:07:02  <bkuhn> I tried it for use for Conservancy for three months once back in 2008 (before I solidifed on Ledger)
2013-10-30T16:07:10  <bkuhn> it was highly problematic
2013-10-30T16:07:13  <bkuhn> for various reasons.
2013-10-30T16:07:20  <bkuhn> joar: Also, it's a proprietary relicensed codebase.
2013-10-30T16:07:33  <bkuhn> I think if we were to go with OpenERP, we'd want to prefer Tryton, which is a fork of OpenERP
2013-10-30T16:09:43  <joar> their codebase seems GPL, but it's hard to get an overview
2013-10-30T16:09:51  <joar> I'll look into it
2013-10-30T16:15:49  <bkuhn> joar: I think you'll find it's completely copyrighted by one entity.
2013-10-30T16:15:53  <bkuhn> and they require copyright assignment on patches, IIRC
2013-10-30T17:01:34  <joar> bkuhn: I'll quote this discussion in the article and move on to tryton.
2013-10-30T17:01:41  <bkuhn> ok.
2013-10-30T17:02:01  <bkuhn> joar: please note that it's entirely possible OpenERP changed their policies at some point.  It's unlikely, but it's possible.
2013-10-30T17:02:21  <joar> I've been trying to find out details
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2013-10-30T17:02:32  <joar> asked in the #openobject channel, no reply this far
2013-10-30T17:02:44  <joar> I'll include your disclaimer