I think an ideal situation would be to also be able to pack projects into a motherproject (where a project behaves like a task could be moved around as a whole in a kanban view) @kolate_sambhaji you are a deveopler I believe…would you say such is possible (guessing ‘yes’) and what do you think would such a development cost?
There are 2 campaigns I am aware of … 1 was conducted through bountysource and became obsolete due to the fact the functionality (sub-warehouses) was implemented in the base code while the campaign was still running. The 2nd one was done via indiegogo I believe.
From my experience I think this is a field where is much potential has to be harvested for ERPNext yet. And to really get people put money on a thing they want is pretty difficult (even if the same people have shown great interest in a feature before). For sure you MUST promote such very aggressively and consistent over a period of time.
If you want to go for it I would be happy to help running such a campaign. Mainly because I can’t contribute any funds right now.
as you mention odoo as an example. I think their Kanban view pretty much is what does the trick and can be used as a functional model.
[quote]You can also post your design on ERPNext Job Portal for getting Quotes.
I did that for another developement (sub-warehouses) which got obsolete due to being implemented in the base code of 7.0. I couldn’t really say any fruitful conversation was started with concrete quotes being given through the portal.
I couldn’t say exactly how but I think there is missing a little bit of a proven method to conduct such a community d\founded development project
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